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University of Rhode Island

Learning Resources

Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

Academic Enhancement Center
At the Academic Enhancement Center, we support academic achievement for all URI students. Our trained staff of peer tutors, supplemental instruction leaders, and learning specialists combine subject area expertise with an understanding of the demands of university life to provide an approach to academic learning that is supportive, challenging, and fun.

Academic Calendar
Go here to view the Academic Calendar.

Computer Facilities
There are multiple computing facilities located on the URI Kingston Campus which are available to students and instructors.

Counseling Center
The URI Counseling Center provides services to enhance the personal, academic, emotional, social, and life planning effectiveness of students. These services may include crisis intervention, individual counseling, group counseling, referrals for psychiatric assessment, and mental health screening.

Disability Services
Disability Services for Students works with students and all units of URI to foster an inclusive and accessible environment, support academic success and self-advocacy, and promote ADA compliance.

e-Campus brings dozens of student and administration online services together in one area and is completely web-enabled. By simply using your web-browser and clicking through web pages, faculty, staff and students of the University are able to quickly and easily access many online functions formerly conducted through manual processes or one of the many other automated systems formerly maintained by the University.

International Education
Go here to learn more about International Education.

Library - Kingston Campus
Go here to learn more about the URI Kingston Library.

Study Abroad
The University of Rhode Island (URI) offers its students the opportunity to study in more than 200 affiliated study abroad programs in over 40 different countries.

Talent Development Program
Special Programs for Talent Development at URI was founded in 1968. As a response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, URI decided to provide a special opportunity to students of color and students from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend the University. From a first class of thirteen students in 1968, Talent Development has grown to over seven-hundred strong.

Sakai is a secure, password-protected, Web-based Course Tools system that can be used anytime, anywhere. It has built-in tools such as course material publishing, syllabus, discussion board, chat, quiz, and gradebook that facilitate teaching and learning in a more dynamic fashion.

Writing Center
The URI Writing Center is open and free to all members of the University of Rhode Island community and is available to all writers, all levels, all disciplines -- at all stages of writing! Any student may bring any piece of writing at any stage to the Writing Center for feedback for free.