University Of Rhode Island Admission 2024

Since it’s already February 24th, 2024, the application deadline for University of Rhode Island (URI) for Fall 2024 has passed. However, this information can be helpful for future applicants or those considering applying for Spring 2025.

Here’s a comprehensive guide to URI admissions for 2024, covering key aspects and resources:

Admissions Overview:

  • Acceptance Rate: 74% (Fall 2023)
  • Average GPA: 3.34 (unweighted)
  • Average SAT: 1110-1250
  • Average ACT: 24-29
  • Application Deadlines:
    • Fall Semester: January 15th
    • Spring Semester: November 1st
  • Application Fee: $70

Application Requirements:

  • Completed online application
  • Official high school transcript
  • Standardized test scores (SAT or ACT) – optional for Fall 2024 onward
  • Letter of recommendation (optional)
  • Essay (required for Talent Development program)
  • Additional requirements for international students

Application Tips:

  • Start early and meet deadlines.
  • Research your intended major and highlight relevant experiences.
  • Craft a compelling essay showcasing your unique qualities and goals.
  • Request letters of recommendation from teachers who know you well.
  • Consider applying for scholarships and financial aid.

Talent Development Program:

  • Designed for students from underrepresented or underserved backgrounds.
  • Offers additional support and resources to enhance academic success.
  • Requires a separate essay and additional information.

Additional Resources:

  • URI Admissions Website: [[invalid URL removed]]
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  • Scholarships and Financial Aid: [[invalid URL removed]]
  • Talent Development Program: [[invalid URL removed]]
  • College Scorecard: [[invalid URL removed]]

Specific Information for 2024:

  • While the information above is accurate for Fall 2024 admissions, keep in mind that requirements and deadlines might change for future semesters.
  • URI made SAT/ACT scores optional for Fall 2024 applicants due to test disruptions caused by the pandemic. This policy might continue for future semesters, so check the official website for updates.