There's something for everyone

URI Student Organizations

When it comes to student clubs and organizations, there's something for everyone. You can choose from more than 100 student clubs and organizations listed here. URI encourages everyone to become involved and form lasting friendships. Learn More

Browse the list below:

193 Student Coffeehouse
Org Name: 193 Student Coffeehouse
Org President: Jane Mueller
Phone: 401-742-9842
Email: Janieinc@gmail.com
Description: 193 Student Coffeehouse exists to provide a creative and judgement-free oasis in the heart of the busy University of Rhode Island Kingston campus. We, the staff, volunteer our time and efforts to this organization because we love being apart of the community. We serve organic, fair trade and local products at prices that everyone can afford because it is good for people and good for the planet. No matter who you are, you are always welcome to be yourself here.
Location: Memorial Union Room 200
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month are movie nights, and 2nd and 4th are Open Mic nights. All start at 7pm.

Special events and updates are posted on our events Facebook page!


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/193-Coffeehouse/145297515503793

Twitter: https://twitter.com/193_coffeehouse
Alima International Dance Association*
Org Name: Alima International Dance Association
Org President: Ruth Saah
Phone: 401-536-2524
Email: alimadancer_uri@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alima-International-Dance-Association/263079957069345?ref=hl
Description: "Alima" means "those who are skilled at dance and music" in Arabic and our colors are red and black representing strength and power. While Alima started out portraying predominately all styles of dances as well as African style dances, we now stand for regions from around the globe including Haiti, Senegal, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Alima also prides itself in modern hip-hop and lyrical routines.
The goals of Alima are to promote cultural awareness and cohesion of all different ethnicities and nationalities. We strive to represent patience, acceptance, discipline, athleticism, and hard work. All of our dances have a story behind them and a purpose to show our audiences that no matter where we're from and who we are, we are all connected through music and dance.
Location: TBA
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Rhythm of the Soul is one of our biggest shows that we have annually in Edwards Auditorium. We will be having this event on March 6, 2013 of the upcoming Spring semester. Practices are open for any URI students on Wednesdays from 7-9pm in Edwards Auditorium and Sundays 7-9pm in the Memorial Union's Ballroom. Please feel free to join us.
Alpha Tau Delta Professional Nursing Fraternity
Org Name: Alpha Tau Delta Professional Nursing Fraternity
Org President: Kimberly Drucker
Phone: 401-835-7666
Email: alphataudeltaURI@gmail.com
Website: http://ATDnursing.wordpress.com
Description: Alpha Tau Delta is a professional nursing organization committed to providing an intra-fraternal spirit of cooperation by offering an opportunity for nurses and nursing students to promote their personal and intellectual growth through education, networking, scholarships, guidance, and a collective responsibility to the fraternity. Alpha Tau Delta seeks to achieve an environment that fosters excellence of individual performance, advancement of education, character enrichment, and leadership.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Biweekly Wednesdays at 7pm in White 205
America's Senior Care Pharmacists (ASCP)
Org Name: America's Senior Care Pharmacists (ASCP)
Org President: Lauren Mangiello and Stephanie
Phone: 401-874-5842
Email: ascpri@gmail.com
Description: ASCP (America's Senior Care Pharmacists) empowers pharmacists and pharmacy students to enhance quality of care for older adults through the appropriate use of medications and the promotion of healthy aging. As an organization we strive to make connections between the generations and promote healthy living through outreach programs such as our annual Senior Prom at a local assisted living home.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: All pharmacy students are welcome freshmen through P4. We meet once a month and have no dues. For upcoming meetings and events check out the facebook group or email us at ascpri@gmail.com.
American Marketing Association
Org Name: American Marketing Association
Org President: Erica Thayer
Phone: 401-741-8635
Email: erica_thayer@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/RhodyAMA
Description: The American Marketing Association (AMA) is a national and professional marketing club here at the University of Rhode Island. We are committed to build a strong organization of individuals who are interested in developing their professional careers and building skills through networking opportunities and guidance finding internships and jobs. In addition, we provide many opportunities to volunteer and coordinate events for the club. Essentially, AMA helps students put into practice what they've learned!
Events: AMA meets in Ballentine Hall on Thursdays at 5:00 pm.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: twitter: https://twitter.com/URI_AMA
American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists
Org Name: American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists
Org President: Krystal Memmer
Phone: 516-993-4815
Email: APhA.ASPURI@gmail.com
Description: Our mission is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists. We are involved in promoting the profession of pharmacy and community outreach through patient care projects.

Founded in 1852, APhA is the largest association of pharmacists in the United States, with more than 62,000 practicing pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists, pharmacy technicians as members.

The American Pharmacists Association empowers its members to improve medication use and advance patient care. APhA will accomplish this by:

- Providing timely and accurate information that is vital to our members.
- Raising societal awareness about the role of pharmacists as essential in patient care for optimal medication use.
- Providing state-of-the art resources to enhance our members' continuing professional development.
- Educating and influencing legislators, policy makers, regulators, and the public to advance our vision and mission.
- Creating unique opportunities for our members to connect and share with their peers across practice settings.

APhA Board, staff, and volunteers are committed to living the following Core Values to create an environment conducive to the enhancement, development and support of our APhA community.

Accountability: We hold ourselves to the highest standards of performance toward reasonable and achievable goals. We accept responsibility for the outcome of our work, as well as the process that leads to it.

Collaboration: We are unified by a common purpose. We encourage communication, coordination and team-based approaches to address clearly stated goals and objectives.

Integrity: We operate with honesty, fairness, and the highest ethical standards to sustain a community of professionalism and trust.

Respect: We promote a culture of inclusiveness, celebrate our diversity by treating all people equally, value individual contributions and encourage open and effective communication.

Quality: We strive for excellence in everything we do, and continuously look for innovative ways to improve our work.

Other_Information: Our weekly meetings for Fall 2013 will take place every Monday at 5PM in Pharmacy Building Room 130. All are welcome!

Check out our Facebook and Twitter page.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: facebook: ttps://www.facebook.com/pages/APhA-URI/283684445064535?fref=ts

twitter: https://twitter.com/APhAURI
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Org Name: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Org President: Kyle Kossak
Phone: 401-525-0546
Email: board.uri.asme@gmail.com
Website: http://Facebook.com/asmeuri
Description: ASME’s mission is to serve diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating and applying engineering knowledge for improving the quality of life; and communicating the excitement of engineering.
Events: Rocket challenge
E week
Location: Wales Second Floor
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Wednesdays at 5:30
Animal Veterinary Science Club
Org Name: Animal Veterinary Science Club
Org President: James Schwerdtfeger
Phone: 631-617-8036
Email: URIAVSClub@gmail.com
Website: http://uriavsclub.webs.com
Description: The University of Rhode Island Animal and Veterinary Science Club is committed to continued community outreach, encouraging the involvement of scholarship, and the development of competent leadership amongst student members. The Club will provide a peer-mentoring program to ease the students' transitions into the University, while promoting unity among its members. In order to provide members with a source of understanding of the animal and veterinary science field, the Club will also participate in a wide variety of career-oriented activities.
Location: Office: 20A Woodward Hall
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Anime (Japanese animation)*
Org Name: Anime (Japanese animation)
Org President: Benjamin Skov
Phone: 401-219-9085
Email: urianime@yahoo.com
Website: http://urichinesecartoons.blogspot.com/
Description: The club's purpose is to introduce the community, and in particular, students to this popular art form and help them gain an appreciation for it.
Events: Meetings are Thursdays and Sundays 6-9pm in Room 318 of the Memorial Union
Location: Room 360 in the Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Visit us on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/urianime
Org Name: Army ROTC
Org President: Professor of Military Science:
Phone: 401-874-7682
Email: urirotc@etal.uri.edu
Website: http://armyrotc.com/edu/univri/index.htm
Description: Army ROTC is a program which provides college students the skills and leadership training to become officers in the United States Active Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard.

The academic program which ROTC provides challenges students to develop the responsibility, self-confidence, and leadership ability necessary to be successful, not only in the military, but in the civilian sector as well. The program emphasizes academic excellence, physical training, written and oral communication, as well as ethics to develop all facets of an individual. Qualified cadets have the opportunity to attend U.S. Army Airborne, Air Assault, Northern Warfare, and Mountain Schools, all while pursuing the goal of accepting a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army, United States Army Reserve, or Army National Guard

For its many benefits, Army ROTC requires only a few hours a week. It does not interfere with your required college curriculum or social life. In fact, you will find ROTC a great place to form lasting friendships.

Upon graduation from a 4-year college and successful completion of ROTC, cadets receive commissions as Second Lieutenants in one of the Army's specialized branches. If you would like to build a solid, well-rounded future, take a closer look at Army ROTC at the University of Rhode Island.
Location: Keaney Suite 2, adjacent to the NCAA compliance office
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: http://www.facebook.com/URIROTC

To find out more about University of Rhode Island ROTC, contact us at: (401) 874-7682, or ask any of our cadets you may see around campus!
Advisor: Recruiting Officer: Mr. Chris Corbett, ccorbett@mail.uri.edu
Art Club*
Org Name: Art Club
Org President: Dylan Conti
Phone: 401-868-8983
Email: dylanconti@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/436541676380937/
Description: we are a collective of creative souls and we welcome all to our family
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Monday and Thursday @ 6:00
Asian Student Association (ASA)*
Org Name: Asian Student Association (ASA)
Org President: Maureen C. Sourivong
Phone: 401-497-5822
Email: URIxASA@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/UrixAsa/
Description: The Asian Students Association at the University of Rhode Island, founded in 1985, is a Student Senate recognized organization since 1987. ASA is an inclusive organization on campus with richness in culture and diversity with students from various ethnic backgrounds. ASA promotes ethnic and cultural awareness in the appreciation of the diversity that exists within the Asian community. ASA achieves these goals by organizing various social events in the spirit of entertainment, friendship, and unity.

Mission: Our mission is to enhance the University of Rhode Island's campus community by encouraging student involvement in community services, increasing awareness of Asian topics relative to the world we live in today, providing student support, networking with other student organizations on campus, and supporting all individual's personal growth in art, culture, and religion.
Location: Memorial Union Room 348
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly Meetings Monday at 7:00 pm in Quinn Auditorium Eboard Meetings Monday at 6:00 pm in union 26th Annual Culture Show is April 30, 2013!

Four Faces of ASA:

Political: We encourage activism and raise awareness of issues of concern to students of Asian heritage: locally, nationally and globally.

Cultural: ASA celebrates diversity by exploring and establishing the roots of Asian heritage. Social: We strive to provide opportunities for students to interact in an open atmosphere with the URI community and within the organization itself.

Community Relations: ASA reaches out to the greater URI community through programming campus wide in coordination with other URI organizations.
Ballroom Dancing Club*
Org Name: Ballroom Dancing Club
Org President: Ryan Vigneau
Phone: 401-497-5420
Email: uriballroomdance@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/student_organizations/ballroom/index.php
Description: Our meetings take place every Wednesday in the Memorial Union Ballroom. There are three one-hour lessons that begin at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30. Each one-hour session provides instruction for two ballroom dances. At 8:30, a technique class is offered free of charge.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2200019120/
Best Buddies URI*
Org Name: Best Buddies URI
Org President: Kathleen Feheley
Phone: 774-278-1155
Email: uribestbuddies@gmail.com
Website: https://www.bestbuddiesonline.org/default.aspx
Description: Mission Statement: To establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships,
integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

About Best Buddies: Best Buddies International is the world's largest nonprofit organization devoted solely to
providing opportunities for friendship, employment and leadership development for people with IDD.

Best Buddies Colleges matches people with IDD with college students and creates one-to-one friendships between them. College Students get to know one specific buddy through monthly events such as holiday parties, bowling and other fun activities as well as by talking to their buddy on the phone and meeting with them outsides of our group events.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meeting Information TBA for the Fall Semester!
Brothers on A New Direction (BOND)*
Org Name: Brothers on A New Direction (BOND)
Org President: Angelo DaCosta
Phone: 401-489-6155
Email: angeloc813@yahoo.com
Description: Brothers On a New Direction (B.O.N.D.) is a Brotherhood that recognizes the need for unity among young men of color. The men of B.O.N.D. pledge to help guide adolescent men of color towards personal growth, provide the tools for academic success, and lead by example. B.O.N.D. will utilize the skills of mentorship to empower young men with the knowledge that they hold the key to their futures, and in turn can become successful.

Our vision is for the future of the greater Providence area is a community where every young male has a positive male role model in their life. We would like to create a community where young males make positive choices towards a promising future. B.O.N.D. wants to help increase the numbers men from underrepresented backgrounds entering college, and create a support system throughout the time they are in the collegiate level to ensure success. We will achieve these goals and more by:

Maintaining a brotherhood of over 20 trained mentors
Creating partnerships with organizations that mirror our objectives
Working closely with those partnerships to create synergy through service
Keeping a well known presence in the greater Providence area
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly Meetings Monday 8 pm in the Multicultural Center
BSPS Club*
Org Name: BSPS Club
Org President: Anthony Grecco
Phone: 203-824-3362
Email: anthony_grecco@my.uri.edu
Description: This club is designed for people in the BSPS major only. We will organize social events so all BSPS kids could get to know each other better. We also will set younger students up with tutors if they are struggling. In addition to tutoring we also have gathered some materials for classes such as study guides, review sheets, notes, and textbooks.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: We currently have monthly meetings but we are hoping to have more than one meeting per month.
C.R.A.F.T. (Creation Raises Awareness for Tomorrow)*
Org Name: C.R.A.F.T. (Creation Raises Awareness for Tomorrow)
Org President: Kanya Shah
Phone: 908-432-0682
Email: uricraftcharity@gmail.com
Description: C.R.A.F.T.'s (Creation Raises Awareness for Tomorrow) purpose is to support charities that benefit the communities of the world by making and selling hand-made crafts. C.R.A.F.T. hopes to provide the URI community with new opportunities to give back to those in need, while inspiring creativity, imagination, and unity.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Fridays at 7pm in either Hillside or the Memorial Union
Campus Ministry International
Org Name: Campus Ministry International
Org President: Raquel Mendez
Phone: 401-347-3510
Email: cmi.uri@gmail.com
Website: http://campusnow.org/
Description: Campus Ministry International provides an in-depth study of the Word of God through prayer, worship and relationship as well as setting up programs and services encouraging and maintaining spiritual awareness throughout the URI campus.

"...the whole gospel to the whole world..."
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Everyone is welcome to be a part of our open weekly bible study every Mondays @ 4:30pm in the Multicultural Center Rm 203

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/301542913306011/?fref=ts
Campus Ministry International - URI
Cape Verdean Students Association*
Org Name: Cape Verdean Students Association
Org President: Evan DaCosta
Phone: 401-327-2865
Email: evan_dacosta@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/318553831512249/
Description: Our purpose is promoting and illustrating the history of a rich culture of Cape Verde to the student body, faculty and administration.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: https://twitter.com/#!/CVSA_URI
Civility Mentors*
Org Name: Civility Mentors
Org President: Lily Nieto
Phone: 617-921-7141
Email: CivilityURI@gmail.com
Description: Civility Mentors are trained undergraduate and graduate students who model & teach bystander responsibility in regard to issues of civility. Civility Mentors provide educational programs and facilitate proactive related programs for the campus community.
Events: Be on the lookout for civility week 2015!
Location: Office for Civility Education, Student Life
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Facebook: facebook.com/URICivility
Twitter: @URI_Civility
Classics Society*
Org Name: Classics Society
Org President: Amanda Arnold
Phone: 401-354-9840
Email: uri.classics@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/URI.Classics
Description: Classics is the study of ancient Greece and Rome. The aim of the Classics Society is to promote the study of Classics and provide an environment in which students with an interest in ancient history, archaeology, art, art history, languages, culture, mythology, and other related areas can interact and exchange ideas. The Classics Society essentially functions as a social group for students who share a common interest in the ancient Mediterranean World and the above related areas. Former events have included movie outings, plays, museum trips, and lectures. All majors are welcome!
Location: Mondays at 5pm, Washburn 319
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly meetings during the spring 2014 semester are being held jointly between the Classics Society and the Anthropology Society.

Meeting details (including changes) and events will be announced via email and on our Facebook page, listed above. Anyone interested in attending meetings during the upcoming semester and joining the group is encouraged to contact us via email and/or Facebook to learn more.
Classy Leaders Achieving Student Services (C.L.A.S.S)*
Org Name: Classy Leaders Achieving Student Services (C.L.A.S.S)
Org President: Raquel Mendez and Carlenne
Phone: 401-347-3510
Email: collegiateleaders@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/uri.class
Description: The mission of C.L.A.S.S. is to develop leaders through the facilitation of events and to provide awareness in the URI/RI community. We will promote the appreciation and acceptance of various cultures; whereby inducing an inclusive culture on campus. Finally, we will build the careers of aspiring individuals looking to progress themselves through Leadership, Multiculturalism and Humanitarianism.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Office Location: Memorial Union Room 128

Meetings: Mondays at 5pm in the Multicultural Center Room 005
Club Sports and Intramural Council*
Org Name: Club Sports and Intramural Council
Org President: Ross Blanchard
Phone: 973.647.4180
Email: nrossblanchard@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/recservices/clubsports/
Description: The University of Rhode Island Club Sports Program is a competitive recreational sports program for University students, designed to meet athletic needs not met by existing intramural and intercollegiate programs. The basic philosophy and key to the success of the program, is the emphasis placed on participation and competition. Each club is organized by students; coaches are selected by teammates, and perform without monetary compensation, unless funds are raised by the individual team specifically for that purpose.

The Club Sports Program relies heavily on student initiative, organization and financing to make the program effective. The Club Sports office considers its primary role in this area to be advisory in nature so as to preserve student initiative and leadership.

The purpose of the Club Sports Program is to:

 Offer a sporting and competitive activity for any interested student, who has the desire to participate, and develop skills in specific sports.
 Provide an opportunity for extramural competition.
 Foster the development and growth of individuals through satisfying competitive club sport experiences.
 To secure the use of facilities and to provide, if possible, equipment and instruction necessary for orientation and learning skill development.
 To serve as a guiding force to perpetuate existing clubs.
 To provide a basis for fellowship among students, around common interests.
Location: Mackal Field House
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Monthly meeting. First week of each month.
College Democrats*
Org Name: College Democrats
Org President: Tony Santos
Phone: (401) 316-4436
Email: tony_santos@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.facebook.com/URICollegeDems
Description: URI College Democrats empower students to increase civic participation, engagement and political awareness. We support the Democratic ideals of diversity, social justice, and equality for all. We maintain a commitment to community service and the work of bringing people together to solve difficult challenges in order to improve the quality of people's lives.

Our mission is to help elect Democrats, train and engage new generations of Democratic student activists, shape the Democratic Party with voices from America's youth, and become a political voice on issues that impact the future of America.
Location: Memorial Union Room 352
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: This Spring and into the coming Fall 2013, we will work with other Colleges and Universities in RI to host the Rhode island Student Political Empowerment Conference, or RISPEC.

RISPEC is a bipartisan conference slated to train hundreds of students and activists in areas that will help them create real change by leveraging political skill and tact.

Register for this free event and get more info here:

We will also work on local issues such as Marriage Equality legislation support networking and bring the student view and youth issues to the Democratic Party. Meetings are Mondays at 8:30 pm in room 352 of the Memorial Union for Spring 2013.
We will also work on Local issues such as Marriage Equality and bring the student view & youth issues to the Democratic Party.

Meetings are Thursday 7pm in room 314 of the Memorial Union for Spring 2013
College Republicans*
Org Name: College Republicans
Org President: Sarah De La Cerda
Phone: 901-606-3702
Email: sdlcerda@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-College-Republicans/109940132402446
Description: The University of Rhode Island College Republicans contributes to the growth and influence of the Republican Party and conservative ideologies on campus, serves as a medium between college students and conservative organizations, works for the election of conservatives, and develops political skills and leadership abilities among conservative students in preparation for the future service by them to the party and the community.
Location: Memorial Union Room 128
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Wednesday 5:00

Our meeting times and location will be updated during the first weeks of the Fall 2014-15 Semester.
Colleges Against Cancer*
Org Name: Colleges Against Cancer
Org President: Lily Nieto
Phone: 617-921-7141
Email: collegesagainstcancer.uri@gmai
Website: http://college.relayforlife.org/
Description: American Cancer Society Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society in college communities with four Strategic Directions:1.)Advocacy, 2.)Cancer Education, 3.)Relay For Life, and 4.) Survivor-ship.

Our division mostly focuses on Relay for Life!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: *We also send out weekly emails! To be on this email list, please send an email to collegesagainstcancer.uri@gmail.com

Meeting Times TBA

Twitter: @URI_Relay
Collegiate SMILE*
Org Name: Collegiate SMILE
Org President: Jimmy Li
Phone: 401-241-3256
Email: collegiatesmile@gmail.com
Website: http://collegiatesmile.wix.com/home
Description: Collegiate SMILE (Science & Math Investigative Learning Experiences) is an inclusive organization dedicated to furthering the SMILE program experience for current SMILE members grades 4 through 12, teachers, SMILE alumni alike. Through this organization, Collegiate SMILE strives to offer all members and the URI community with career and networking opportunities, community service experience, leadership skills, and personal growth.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Every Wednesdays from 7-8pm

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/uricollegiatesmile

The SMILE was established in 1994 with 20 middle school students in one school modeled after the nationally recognized Oregon State University (OSU) SMILE Program. The SMILE Program now serves about 400 elementary, middle, and high school students and 36 teachers in 6 districts in:
- Rhode Island
- Central Falls
- North Kingstown
- Pawtucket
- South Kingstown
- West Warwick
- Woonsocket
Creativity Raises Awareness for Tomorrow (CRAFT)*
Org Name: Creativity Raises Awareness for Tomorrow (CRAFT)
Org President: Kanya Shah
Phone: 908-432-0682
Email: uricraftcharity@gmail.com
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Cultural Connections Club*
Org Name: Cultural Connections Club
Org President: Anthony Russello
Phone: 917-478-0326
Email: arussello@my.uri.edu
Description: The CCC, serving both international and domestic students, aims to unite students from all backgrounds and provide opportunities to social and network!
Location: International Office
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Cycling Club*
Org Name: Cycling Club
Org President: Drew LoVullo
Phone: 443-534-7474
Email: drew_lovullo@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/166517853419431/?fref=tshttp://uricyclingclub.tumblr.com/
Description: The mission of the URI Cycling Club is to promote a bike-friendly environment on campus, to encourage cycling fitness within the university community, and to offer an opportunity for students to race at the collegiate level in various forms (road, mountain-bike, cyclo-cross). The club is committed to helping reduce the carbon footprint of the campus, specifically focusing on the positive impact cycling has on a community. The club is currently involved in the research and development of establishing bike lanes on campus and is seeking ways to increase the number of cyclists at URI.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/166517853419431/

tumblr: http://uricyclingclub.tumblr.com/
Dance Company*
Org Name: Dance Company
Org President: Melanie Tomlinson
Phone: 401-330-6032
Email: uridancecompany@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/2200011472/
Description: The URI Dance Company is a great organization that provides students with the opportunity to keep dancing and performing! Offering classes in tap, ballet, lyrical, jazz, hip hop, and pointe, students have a wide variety of classes to take. We do not hold auditions so everyone is welcome! We put on one recital at the end of every semester for the whole Company to showcase the choreography we have worked on to friends and family. Along with recitals, the Dance Company has performed at Rhody Rally, President Dooley's Welcome Ceremony, and Rhodyville. It is a great way to meet students of different ages and be an involved student at URI!
Events: Annual Semester Recital:

Sunday December 8 @ 2pm
Edwards Auditorium
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Classes are held Monday and Thursday nights from 5:30-10:30 in Edwards Auditorium

Please email us for more information!
Electronic Music Association*
Org Name: Electronic Music Association
Org President: Raylyn DiPaolo
Phone: 401-743-2059
Email: rachel_dipaolo@my.uri.edu
Website: http://emauri.com/
Description: The Electronic Music Association is one of the longest running student groups outside of the Greek System at URI. With 12 large, multi-room events under our belts, each year we strive to make our events more accessible to the student body and fellow electronic music lovers. Our goal is to help expose and educate students and faculty on all aspects of electronic music and dance culture. We have provided education panels on production, promotion, event planning, and public relations which our Alumni have taken with them into the real world. DJs in the group, who have the time, also teach lessons on basic dj-ing skills such as track selection, beat matching, and have extended themselves to performing for the University for various events.
Location: Room 124, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings are 6pm-7pm in room 124 of the student union on TUESDAY evenings!

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2223049527/
Emergency Medical Services
Org Name: Emergency Medical Services
Org President: Cmdr. R. Hart
Phone: 401-874-5255
Email: uriems@etal.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/ems
Description: We are a 24/7/365 operation providing emergency prehospital care and transport to ill and injured persons primarily at the University of Rhode Island and also in the surrounding communities. We provide a full range of services to the Kingston and Narragansett Bay Campuses and limited services upon request to the Providence and W. Alton Jones Campuses.
Location: 565 Plains Rd
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Engineers for a Sustainable World*
Org Name: Engineers for a Sustainable World
Org President: Jonathan Rosales
Phone: 401-527-8611
Email: esw.uri@gmail.com
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/uriesw/
Description: Mission:
To forge innovative, lasting solutions to local and global sustainability challenges.

Design and implement sustainable projects through our student and professional chapters.
Educate and train individuals and organizations on sustainable policies and practices.
Build a global network of communities with a shared culture of sustainability.

A world of environmental, social, and economic prosperity created and sustained by local and global collective action.

The URI Chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World focuses on providing sustainable solutions to both global and local engineering problems. We provide assistance to developing communities while simultaneously giving students valuable, hands-on, real world experience, and also integrate sustainable practices into our local community.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Wednesday 4:00pm-5:00pm In BLISS BASEMENT

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Engineers-for-a-Sustainable-World-University-of-Rhode-Island-Chapter/464655860242515?fref=ts
ENRESA Environment and Natural Resource Economics Student Association
Org Name: ENRESA Environment and Natural Resource Economics Student Association
Org President: Sarah Martin
Phone: 401-874-6513
Email: ENREassociation@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/ENRESA
Description: The Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Student
Association (ENRESA) is a community of students who work together to understand and impact current issues in the field through educational and hands-on activities. The vision for this organization is to cultivate a strong and vibrant community of students passionate about environmental and natural resource economics. ENRESA is open to all URI students.
Events: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Environmental-Natural-Resource-Economics-Student-Association-Enresa/291399110991831
Location: Coastal Institute Building: 117A
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Tuesdays 5:00 PM
Location: Coastal Institute Building: 117A
Contact: ENREassociation@gmail.com

Faculty Advisor: Emi Uchida - emi@uri.edu
President: Sarah Martin sarah_martin55@my.uri.edu

Contact ENREassociation@gmail.com to join the mailing list.
Like us on Facebook for the latest environmental news!

last updated: 7/23/13
European American Club
Org Name: European American Club
Org President: Paul Jones
Phone: 401-240-2039
Email: rpauljones@aol.com
Description: To promote the European culture of students which is often ignored on college campuses.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Coming Soon in 2013-14 school year
Org Name: eXposure
Org President: Rodney Derogene
Phone: 401-497-1056
Email: rodney_derogene@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/mcc/studentorganizations/expo.html
Description: We are eXposure from the University of Rhode Island. We are a hybrid between a dance group and an organization, or in our terms, a family. We are a dedicated team working for the purpose of educating and helping break the barriers between cultures through the use of music and dance. This is and will continue to be the focus and goal of eXposure. The purpose of eXposure is to act as the official representative body of the multi-culture student body at the University of Rhode Island. We promote culture here at The University Of Rhode Island through dance, music and events to help educate and assist the University of Rhode Island community in diversity issues to provide a "Safe haven" for everyone. We are here to welcome anyone willing to promote diversity in the community, whether it is through our dance team or our organization side. Our board positions contai n room for learning and overall growth. Come check us out in our meetings or message us on Facebook or twitter with any questions.

We are here to welcome anyone willing to promote diversity in the community, whether it is through our dance team or our organization side. Our board positions contain room for learning and overall growth. Come check us out in our meetings or message us on Facebook or twitter with any questions.

We are here to welcome anyone willing to promote diversity in the community, whether it is through our dance team or our organization side. Our board positions contain room for learning and overall growth. Come check us out in our meetings or message us on Facebook or twitter with any questions.
Location: Memorial Union, Room 133
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings are Mondays and Wednesdays 7pm in the URI Memorial Union. Ask receptionist at the information desk for more info.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rderogene

Twitter: https://twitter.com/eXposure_uri
Org President: Shayla Minteer
Phone: 401-484-3638
Email: shayla_minteer@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.facebook.com/faceaids.uri.7
Description: Our mission is to fight HIV/AIDS by building a movement of young leaders dedicated to global health equity and social justice. In solidarity with our partner, Partners in Health, we believe that healthcare is a human right. FACE AIDS harnesses young people's passion for social change and equips them with the skills, resources, and community to fight HIV/AIDS and promote global health equity now and throughout their lives. We also empower HIV-affected youth in impoverished communities with access to credit, savings, and business skills training, helping to limit HIV/AIDS' devastating impact on the social and economic development of communities. All of our fundraising efforts are donated to Partners in Health to provide comprehensive healthcare to AIDS patients in Rwanda, Africa.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Fall 2013 meetings will be held on Monday evenings at 5PM in Room 318 of the Memorial Union on the following dates:
Please email for further information.
Fashion Merchandising Society*
Org Name: Fashion Merchandising Society
Org President: Nina Cozzolino
Phone: 508-277-7586
Email: fms.pr2011@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Fashion-Merchandising-Society/148002068576503?fref=ts
Description: The Fashion Merchandising Society is a club that meets weekly with students that share interest in fashion. Not only do we discuss current issues in the fashion industry, but we also put on a fashion show in the fall and spring. Our fashion shows are 100% student run and offers members of the club to showcase their skills in design, sewing, modeling, set design and many other aspects of production.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Our meetings are every Tuesday, at 6:00pm in the Memorial Union, Room Student Senate Chambers.

twitter: @ uri_fms
Fishing Club*
Org Name: Fishing Club
Org President: Samuel Hobe
Phone: 401-626-7459
Email: samuel_hobe@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386357158292135/1413638008897383/?notif_t=group_comment
Description: We are group of people that just want to get out and cast a few lines. Whether it be fresh or saltwater, baitcasting or fly-fishing all fishers are encouraged to join! We also HIGHLY encourage people that have never tried the sport to come and see what it is like.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: TBA Shortly

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386357158292135/1413638008897383/?notif_t=group_comment
Gaming Club*
Org Name: Gaming Club
Org President: Will Botta
Phone: 631-681-8502
Email: URIGaming@gmail.com
Description: The Gaming Club provides a place for people interested in gaming to game. While we mostly play video games, we also have members who play Magic: The Gathering, some board games, and even a few who play tabletop games. Members may sign up for official gaming club events or may simply meet other people with similar interests as themselves.
Location: Memorial Union Room 312 A
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: We also hold our yearly gaming convention with guests, authors, vendors and more.
Gay-Straight Alliance*
Org Name: Gay-Straight Alliance
Org President: Chris Francis
Phone: 401-487-3533
Email: cfrancis2@my.uri.edu
Website: http://URIGSA.weebly.com
Description: To promote and further equality through activism and awareness with a focus on LGBTQ issues.
We also fight against bullying and harassment and push for marriage equality and equal rights protections.
Events: Our main events include National Coming Out Day and Transgender Day of Remembrance which are in the fall and, the Day of Silence in the Spring. We also sponsor various workshops and activities on campus.
Location: Memorial Union 128A
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Mondays Memorial Union 354 6:00 - 7:00PM
Meeting times and minutes are regularly posted to our website: URIGSA.weebly.com

Facebook: http://FB.com/URIGSA

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/@urigsa
Geology Club*
Org Name: Geology Club
Org President: Trisha Whipple
Phone: 401-338-9860
Email: scngk2011@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/urigeology
Description: The URI Geology Club exists to provide a common interest experience to all URI students that wish to expand their knowledge of, and participation in, the field of geology.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Graduate Student Association      Grad Org    
Org Name: Graduate Student Association
Org President: Scott Martin
Phone: 401-874-2339
Email: grsofuri@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/gsa
Description: The Graduate Student Association exists to support the efforts of graduate students as members of the University of Rhode Island community. The goal of the GSA is to enhance the academic, intellectual, and social opportunities of its members in the following ways:
Location: Memorial Union Room 317
Graduate Org: Yes
Recognized Org: No
Other: facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/urigsa/
Habitat for Humanity*
Org Name: Habitat for Humanity
Org President: Maria Nero
Phone: 401-787-7766
Email: URIHabitat@gmail.com
Website: http://urihabitat.tumblr.com/
Description: Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. We are the University of Rhode Island Habitat for Humanity. URI's chapter involves any students and staff who are interested in volunteering. Along with building, our chapter is involved with many on-campus events such as First Night, Homecoming Weekend and Earth Day, where we reach out to the university and share what Habitat for Humanity is all about. We also take part in fundraisers, such as the South County Habitat for Humanity "Pound the Pavement, Pound a Nail!" Walk, zumbathons, and bike rides. There are many ways to volunteer, from building to cleaning and helping sales at the Habitat ReStore, where all proceeds go to South County Habitat for Humanity's efforts. They are our affiliate through whom we do all of our local building.
Events: Undergraduate, graduate students, faculty, and staff are all welcome and encouraged to volunteer, participate, fund raise, and build homes!
Location: Memorial Union Room 316
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Fall 2013 URI Habitat meetings are every Monday at 6 pm in Room 360 of Memorial Union!

Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Habitat-for-Humanity/249500551744475
Hellenic Student Association of PAIDEIA at URI*
Org Name: Hellenic Student Association of PAIDEIA at URI
Org President: Aristotle Tinios
Phone: 203-982-7273
Email: aritinios@my.uri.edu
Description: Our purpose is to enhance Hellenic Language and Culture throughout the entire URI campus hosting events such as dinner-dances, mini-concerts, etc.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings are typically held on Tuesdays at Swan Hall at 6 o'clock.
Hillel: The Jewish Student Organization*
Org Name: Hillel: The Jewish Student Organization
Org President: Lily Nieto and Sabrina Brotons
Phone: 401-874-2740
Email: hillel@urihillel.org
Website: http://uri.hillel.org
Description: URI Hillel is the center for Jewish life on campus. With more than 1,000 Jewish students at URI, Hillel offers students the means to build Jewish community, while exploring, developing and celebrating their Jewish identity in a dynamic, fun and comfortable environment. Each year, Hillel connects students to their community, their peers and their traditions through an array of social, cultural, and community service programs. Non-Jewish students are welcome to participate. Check our website and calendar for more detailed information.
Location: Norman F. Fain Hillel Center (6 Fraternity Circle)
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Please email hillel@urihillel.org for information on meetings and events. To receive Hillel Facebook event invitations, please "friend" Rhody Hillel.

website: http://uri.hillel.org

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rhodyhillel

twitter: @RhodyHillel

Please email hillel@urihillel.org for information on meetings and events. To receive Hillel Facebook event invitations, please "friend" Rhody Hillel.
Humans Vs Zombies (HvZ) Organization*
Org Name: Humans Vs Zombies (HvZ) Organization
Org President: Mark Hill
Phone: 401-580-4494
Email: urihvz@gmail.com
Website: http://uri.hvzsource.com/index.php
Description: Humans versus Zombies was brought to URI for one purpose, to have fun. In reaching this goal we have also united our community in a fun and exciting game. HvZ gives people the opportunity to step away from video games and television, and participate in a physically and socially stimulating game of extreme tag. We promote the inclusion of all students and the creation of new relationships that will build a better community.
Events: http://www.facebook.com/groups/284158427198/
Location: Memorial Union Room 346
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/284158427198/

Weekly Meetings
Tuesday's at 6pm in Room 360

Spring Semester Rounds will be:
First: Feb 24 - Feb 28
Second: March 31 - April 4th

All players must own an orange bandana, submit a waiver, and register to play at hvzsource.com/uri prior to the start of the round.
Independent Scribe*
Org Name: Independent Scribe
Org President: Kellie Knight
Phone: 401-523-0354
Email: theindependentscribe@gmail.com
Website: http://i-scribe-uri.blogspot.com/
Description: The Independent Scribe is URI's only student-run arts and literature publication, featuring work by URI's creative community, including students, alumni, faculty and staff. We accept submissions of writing from across all genres, including fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and critical essays, as well as artwork, including photography, scanned drawings or paintings, or anything else that can be published in print. We publish a new edition twice a year, with launch events at the end of every semester, where we invite our contributing artists and writers to read from and discuss their work.

All submissions should be emailed to theindependentscribe@gmail.com to be reviewed by the editorial board. Our review process is anonymous and confidential; your name will not be attached to your piece unless we accept it for publication and contact you first. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year; any submissions received after the semester deadline will be automatically be considered for the next semester's edition.

All students are also welcome to participate in our editorial board discussions, which are held twice a week during the academic year. For more information, find us on Facebook and Twitter, visit our blog, or send us an email!
Location: Memorial Union room 128
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings TBA!

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/independentscribe

twitter: http://www.twitter.com/iScribeURI
Indian Student Association      Grad Org    
Org Name: Indian Student Association
Org President: Abhishek Kantak
Phone: 401-932-6035
Email: abhishekkantak@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/206287469381980/
Description: We are a non-profit student organization recognized by the University of Rhode Island. Our purpose is to provide an opportunity for Indian students to interact and share the joy of our culture and rich heritage.
URI - ISA serves to promote the awareness of cultural diversity on campus by organizing cultural and social events on campus. We try to ensure a homely atmosphere for Indian students living away from home and unite Indians and people of other races by celebrating and learning from diversity.
Graduate Org: Yes
Recognized Org: No
Other: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/206287469381980/
Interfraternity Council*
Org Name: Interfraternity Council
Org President: Robert W. Marshall IV
Phone: 401-617-8011
Email: Robert_Marshall@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/student_affairs/greek/index.html
Description: The purpose of this non-profit organization shall be to promote cooperation among fraternities, to formulate rules and procedures for recruitment and new member education, to regulate interfraternity activities, and to insure cooperation between fraternities and other student organizations and the University administration. Our Mission We, the Interfraternity Council, know that the social fraternities of the University of Rhode Island are an integral part of the University. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the fraternities to cooperate with each other and the University Administration in the promotion of intellectual, social, and moral development of our undergraduate student members. As an instrument to further these ends and to maintain a bond of friendship among the fraternities of the University of Rhode Island we have created this mission. Our Members are from 1 men's fraternities that make up the Interfraternity Council are: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Phi, Delta Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Pi, Tau Epsilon Phi, Theta Chi and Zeta Beta Tau.
Location: Christopher House - 34 Lower College Rd
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Advisor: Stephen J. Simo
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship*
Org Name: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Org President: Mithcell Brosnan
Phone: 401-575-6685
Email: intervarsity.uri@gmail.com
Website: intervarsityuri.com
Description: InterVarsity (meaning "inter-collegiate") is a national para-church organization with a multi-ethnic chapter at URI. We are a movement of students who experience God, reach out to the campus, and change the world. That may sound like a big vision, and it is, but with Jesus at the center of our lives, it is possible. We've seen it happen. Our movement consists of over 65 seekers, followers and doubters of Jesus, growing in their faith.
InterVarsity is a safe place for you to come and ask questions, wrestle with truth and experience the love of God. We help students move from cynic to seeker, to Christ follower, to leader, to world changer. Everyone is on a spiritual journey and no matter where you are on yours, you are welcome to journey with us. Explore our website and contact us. We look forward to meeting you!
Location: Memorial Union Room 127
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Our largest regular event, Soul Café, is in the Multicultural Center weekly on Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM. Check out our website for small group times and locations!

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/uriintervarsity/

twitter: twitter.com/InterVarsityURI
Kappa Kappa Psi - National Honorary Band Fraternity
Org Name: Kappa Kappa Psi - National Honorary Band Fraternity
Org President: Jacob Wilson
Phone: 401-525-0450
Email: gorhody99@my.uri.edu
Website: http://kkpsithetaupsilon.webs.com/
Description: Kappa Kappa Psi is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands; comprehensive education; leadership opportunities; and recognition; for the benefit of its members and society.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Korean Students Association*
Org Name: Korean Students Association
Org President: Sangmin You
Phone: 423-991-9076
Email: yousm90@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/uriksa/
Description: URI's Korean Student Association is a Korean interest group that serves as a voice for the Korean community at URI. Our goal is to provide opportunities for Korean undergraduate students to share their common ethnic and cultural background and to promote the spread of Korean cultures across the Kingston campus.

As a cultural and social organization, URI KSA will be committed to sharing the Korean heritage, promoting awareness about Korean-American issues, reaching out to the community, and hosting events through which students may meet and interact.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings every other week on Thursday 6:30PM
La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity Inc.
Org Name: La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity Inc.
Org President: Kevin Pajaro
Phone: 401-871-4317
Email: kpajaro2@gmail.com
Description: La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorporated primarily seeks to take a leadership role in meeting the needs of the Latino community through academic achievement, cultural awareness, community service and promotion of the Latino culture and people.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: twitter: @LUL_MuChapter
Lambda Kappa Sigma
Org Name: Lambda Kappa Sigma
Org President: Renee Savory
Phone: 401-269-6035
Email: renee_savory@my.uri.edu
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Mondays 6-7pm Pharmacy Building 170
Latin American Student Association (LASA)*
Org Name: Latin American Student Association (LASA)
Org President: Pamela De Los Santos
Phone: 401-573-1242
Email: pdelossantos@my.uri.edu
Description: To educate the URI community on different Latin/Hispanic cultures. Make students feel welcome to the University and experience different culture and history, and throughout the way make you feel like your in a home away from home.
Location: Room 306, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Make It Bright*
Org Name: Make It Bright
Org President: Sarah Moffitt
Phone: 401-263-5034
Email: makeitbrighturi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.makeitbright.org/
Description: MAKE IT BRIGHT is a University of Rhode Island student-driven group working in tandem with the â€..."Share the Lightâ€￾ project. â€..."Share the Lightâ€￾ was established in 2004 to provide direct support to the orphans of San Mauricio in BogotÃ'¡, Colombia. San Mauricio houses orphaned children who were either abandoned by their parents, adjudicated dependent because of their parent’s incarceration or because of the civil war.

San Mauricio is an amazing foundation that provides the food, shelter and the health care for these children that they otherwise would not have. There are many volunteers who dedicate their time to these children
who, without them, would have no one else to depend on. But still, the foundation cannot afford to meet all of the children’s needs. These children only own very little second hand clothing and toys.

For the last six years, â€..."Share the Lightâ€￾ has purchased clothing and shoes for all of these children and presented them at a holiday party in December. Each child is given a pair of shoes or sneakers, a package of socks, underwear, a tee shirt, a shirt, a pair of jeans and a sweat-outfit and a small toy or doll. It is estimated that the cost of purchasing these items for the children at a discount department
store is approximately $100 per child. MAKE IT BRIGHT is working to support this same cause.

Now it is our turn. MAKE IT BRIGHT is an organization aimed at the Millennial generation to start making a difference. What better way is there than to brighten the future of those less fortunate than us? Our hope is to help these children of San Mauricio have better childhoods, but why stop there? This could be the start to something big, something that is world-wide. With your help we can help Colombia, then the United States, and then who knows? We are the millennial generation; a world of change is at our fingertips.
Events: Meetings for Fall 2013: Mondays at 6pm in Memorial Union Room 308
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakeItBright
Twitter: @makeitbrightURI
Advisor: Founder: Kim White
Original Student President/Founder: Jessica Peterson

Current Officers:
President Sarah Moffitt
Vice President Caitlin Morrissey
Secretary/Treasurer Brittney Vailliant
PR Coordinator Sarah Noonan
Marine Science Society*
Org Name: Marine Science Society
Org President: Jessica Burke
Phone: 215-470-8990
Email: jessica_burke@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/135251979876630/
Description: Marine Science Society is a group of students interested in the underwater world. We discuss relevant issues in the aquatic environment and enjoy sharing our love of the oceans with one another. We are mostly comprised of marine related majors but anyone can feel free to participate.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: TBA
Memorial Union Board*
Org Name: Memorial Union Board
Org President: Michaela Crawley
Phone: 401-874-5297
Email: munionboard@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Union-Board-MUBoD/352765942353
Description: The Memorial Union Board of Directors is a student-run organization that fosters student opinion concerning matters in the Memorial Union and positive student group interaction. Through collaboration with student organizations and monthly events for students in the union, we serve as a liaison between URI staff and students. Members of the board vote on building variances and ongoing changes to the building. We look for hard-working, dedicated students who are looking to become student leaders and willing to voice and stand for student opinion
Location: Memorial Union Room 204
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Thursdays 5:30 in Room 301

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Union-Board-MUBoD/352765942353

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/URIUnionBoard
Advisor: Bruce Hamilton
Musicians Guild*
Org Name: Musicians Guild
Org President: Brooke McCarthy
Phone: 781-853-3367
Email: URImusiciansguild@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/URIMusiciansGuild
Description: The URI Musician's Guild aims to support music in all forms by providing local musicians an open venue to perform for the student body. In concordance with this goal, the guild hosts about five shows a semester, with occasional smaller events sponsored by the Coffeehouse.
We also offer free use of sound services for fellow student organizations hosting events that require heavy sound set up.
Events: Upcoming Concerts:
October 25
November 15
December 9
Location: Memorial Union Room 124
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Mondays at 6

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/URIMusiciansGuild
Muslim Students Association*
Org Name: Muslim Students Association
Org President: Hashem Shehadeh
Phone: 401-573-2542
Email: hshehadeh92@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/176125162401620/
Description: The Muslim Students Association continues to serve Muslim students during their college and university careers through efforts to establish, maintain, and develop a uniting forum for Muslim students from diverse backgrounds.
Events: 3rd Annual Eid Banquet:
10/25 at 7pm
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings take place on a weekly basis:
Mondays at 4pm
Room 314-Memorial Union

For information on additional events, and meeting times please join our FaceBook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/176125162401620/
National Society of Black Engineers
Org Name: National Society of Black Engineers
Org President: Tracy Waweru
Phone: 508-523-2081
Email: uri.nsbe.president@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NSBEURI/
Description: The National Society of Black Engineers' Mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
Events: twitter: @NSBEURI
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Join NSBE facebook group
Weekly meetings are Tuesdays at 5pm in the MCC
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Org Name: National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Org President: Jillian Vanhouwe
Phone: 401-632-6916
Email: jvanhouwe@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.nscs.org/
Description: NSCS is an honor society that engages high achieving college students in their first and second year who are in the top 20% of their class. Membership in NSCS will give you a wealth of resources including access to scholarships, discounts, conferences and career opportunities and resources, networking opportunities as well as leadership training and discounts via partnerships with corporate organizations. Discover the value of an NSCS membership.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nscs.uri
Native American Student Organization*
Org Name: Native American Student Organization
Org President: Blake Machado
Phone: 401-648-1676
Email: Bmachado@my.uri.edu
Description: Our mission is to spread the awareness of the Native American culture through out the campus life by the celebration of life.
Events: Pow Wow - Native American Cultural Festival Saturday April 26, 2014
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: MCC Monday 6pm
Newman Club
Org Name: Newman Club
Org President: Tricia Hendrickson
Phone: 401-626-6972
Email: phendrickson@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.catholiccenteruri.COM/
Description: Newman Club is the Catholic Christian student organization on campus open to all students. We are a community who seeks to deepen our faith through spiritual activities such as prayer, retreats, daily and weekly mass and faith sharing. We seek to encourage and support each other by forming friendships and fellowship through weekly social gatherings, dinners, and fun time spent together on and off campus. We seek to serve others and live out our faith through serving both the local and international communities in various christian service activities, the highlight of which which is our yearly International Mission Trip to Nicaragua. We also have a home on campus, the Catholic Center, which is open daily to all students to pray in our chapel, study in our library, eat and cook in our kitchen, or just to take a break from class and hang out with friends in the recreation room.

We meet bi-weekly on Wednesday evenings at 5pm at the Catholic Center on campus and invite you to join us for a meeting.
Events: Meetings are every other Wednesday from 5 to 7 pm at the Catholic Center.
Location: The Catholic Center
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: First meeting - Wedneday September 11th

First Soul Food - Thursday September 19th

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newman.uri.9?hc_location=stream
Advisor: Fr. Matthew Glover
Nutrition Club*
Org Name: Nutrition Club
Org President: Eric Nelson
Phone: 732-275-2231
Email: urinutrition@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/160899990661970/
Description: The URI nutrition club is an organization that promotes good nutrition all over campus, as well as plans events to support nutrition action, works according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, volunteers in the community and takes part in events working with the RD's on campus.
Location: Ranger Hall 4th floor lounge
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly meetings held on Mondays at 1pm and Wednesdays at 4 pm. Meetings are identical, so attend whichever one best fits your schedule!

Anyone who would like to join the Nutrition Club is welcome to, it is not only open to nutrition majors. Any ideas for new events for the upcoming year is welcome.
Contact President: ericnelson@my.uri.edu
Club: urinutrition@gmail.com
Order of Omega
Org Name: Order of Omega
Org President: Sabrina Brotons
Phone: 401-874-2883
Email: URI.orderofomega@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/greek/
Description: Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of Fraternity & Sorority organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the Fraternity/Sorority, campus, and local community. Prospective members of URI must have above a 3.0 cumulative GPA. To date, over 500 chapters have been chartered throughout North America, each sharing the common goal of recognizing the many outstanding student leaders at their institution.
Events: We will have informational meetings TBA throughout the Fall 2013 semester and in the Spring 2014 we will recruit and initiate URI members of the Eta Gamma chapter. There is an application and interview process for members to apply in the Spring. Once accepted there is a $70 fee that includes a pin, certificate, and initiation service/lunch.
Location: Christopher House - 34 Lower College Rd
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Outing Club*
Org Name: Outing Club
Org President: Drew Madison
Phone: 203-727-3742
Email: urioutingclub@gmail.com
Website: urioutingclub.com
Description: We do a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, backpacking, kayaking, rock climbing, and much more. No prior experience is needed. We provide gear rentals to all of our members, free of charge. The only thing you need is a love of the outdoors, we'll provide the rest!
Location: Room 135, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings every Monday at 5PM in room 360 of the Memorial Union. We have events every week, including weekly decompression hikes and rock climbing trips.

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/urioutingclub
Panhellenic Council*
Org Name: Panhellenic Council
Org President: Mia Wilkowski
Phone: (516) 972-2619
Email: mia_wilkowski@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/student_affairs/greek/panhel.html
Description: The Panhellenic Association (Panhel) is the comprehensive name of the entire women's fraternity/sorority system. Every woman who is a member of one of the 10 sororities on campus is a member of the Panhellenic Association. The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the women's fraternity/sorority system at the University of Rhode Island. The 10 women's fraternities/sororities that make up the Panhellenic Association are: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Zeta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma Sigma and Chi Omega.
Location: Christopher House 34 Lower College Road
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Greek-Life/165332620215426

twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/URIGreekLife
Peer Advocates
Org Name: Peer Advocates
Org President: Racine Amos- VPAS Coordinator
Phone: 401-874-9293
Email: peerinfo@etal.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/women_center/violence_prevention/peer.htm
Description: The URI Peer Advocates are a team of specially trained students who create and perform interactive workshops and programs to educate and increase awareness regarding partner violence, stalking, alcohol, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and drugs.

To apply, please contact Racine Amos at amosr@mail.uri.edu or call 401-874-9131
Location: Women's Center
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: http://www.uri.edu/women_center/violence_prevention/peer.htm
Phi Beta Lambda
Org Name: Phi Beta Lambda
Org President: Eric Hazen
Phone: 203-940-3162
Email: Erichenryhazen@gmail.com
Description: Phi Beta Lambda is a Professional Business Leadership Society. We are built on the beliefs that inclusivity is important. From this idea stems an organization which teaches business principles, ethics, networking and more. This organization is nationally recognized, and our faculty advisor (Joseph D'Adamo) is a highly respected professor at the university. Phi Beta Lambda is open to all U.R.I students who are on good academic standing with the university.

Section 1. The purpose of PBL is to provide opportunities for postsecondary students to develop business-related career competencies. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.

Section 2. The specific goals of PBL are to:
-develop competent, aggressive business leadership;
-strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work;
-create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise;
-encourage members in the development of individual projects which contribute to the improvement of home, business and community;
-develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism;
-encourage and practice efficient money management;
-encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty;
-assist students in the establishment of occupational goals; and
-facilitate the transition from school to work.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Philonymous (Philosophers Anonymous)*
Org Name: Philonymous (Philosophers Anonymous)
Org President: Fiona MacKechnie
Phone: 401-525-1042
Email: philosophyURI@gmail.com
Description: We meet once a week to discuss philosophical topics and deliberate on themes in society, our existence in reality, purpose and meaning.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesday from 1-4 pm in the Coffeehouse
Powerful, Independent, Notoriously, Knowledgeable (PINK) Women*
Org Name: Powerful, Independent, Notoriously, Knowledgeable (PINK) Women
Org President: Isaura Dos Santos
Phone: 401-837-3563
Email: p.i.n.kwomen06@gmail.com
Description: We strive to develop a sense of belonging and membership to increase the retention of multicultural women. We aim to promote self-exploration, professional development, and leadership opportunities which enhance the undergraduate experience of multicultural women and prepare graduates for the workforce.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Atrium 2, Thursday 7pm

Twitter: @PINKWomenURI
Pre-Physical Therapy Club*
Org Name: Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Org President: Victoria Costa
Phone: 617-257-0550
Email: uripreptclub@gmail.com
Website: http://uripreptclub.weebly.com/
Description: Mission Statement - Acquaint students whose ambition is to pursue a career in Physical Therapy (PT) with the intent to promote networking, professional growth, and preparation for future physical therapy endeavors.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: https://www.facebook.com/groups/11362189021/
Psychology Club*
Org Name: Psychology Club
Org President: Katie Gallagher
Phone: 401-243-7592
Email: katie_gallagher@my.uri.edu
Description: The URI psychology club meets once a week to discuss, important psychological issues. The psychology club is also a great place to meet other psychology majors or to learn more about the department


Where: Chaffee Building room 203

When: Every Thursday at 2:00
Location: Chaffee 203
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Public Relations Society (PRS)*
Org Name: Public Relations Society (PRS)
Org President: Alexandra Baccari
Phone: 401-527-0051
Email: abaccari@my.uri.edu
Website: http://harrington.uri.edu/undergraduate-program/public-relations/resources/pr-society-of-america/
Description: Twitter: @URI_PRS

The mission of the Public Relations Society is to educate our members in the professional fields of public relations, marketing, journalism and communications while forming strong relationships within the campus community and each other. PRS aims to offer its members first-hand experience and tangible tools by working with clients, such as student organizations and university departments and events.

As a group we strive to form and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the group and the URI community in which our peers receive free PR services while the members of PRS gain knowledge and skills on a variety of topics such as business etiquette, public relations practices, writing skills, and valuable client and media relations tactics. We do this by being active members in the community with a strong commitment to continuing education through weekly educational sessions at meetings, internship experience, classroom knowledge, peer-mentor relations and participation in national and regional public relations conferences.
Events: 3rd Annual Social Media Social - April 1, 2014
Look for more information on our Facebook and Twitter pages!
Location: Office Location- Room 304, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings for the Fall 2013 semester will be held on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Room 318. Meetings start on September 18, 2013. If you are not available during meeting times but would still like to be involved, please email PublicRelationsSocietyURI@gmail.com.
Advisor: 3rd Annual Social Media Social - April 1, 2014
Look for more information on our Facebook and Twitter pages!
Random Acts of Kindness (RAK)*
Org Name: Random Acts of Kindness (RAK)
Org President: Caitlin Runyon
Phone: 303-601-7903
Email: rak.uri2012@gmail.com
Website: http://www.rakuri.weebly.com
Description: At Random Acts of Kindness, we know that college, and life in general, can be rough. We also believe that one smile or one conversation can change the course of someone's day. Small acts like giving students hot chocolate on a cold day or offering hugs and encouragement are things that individuals can do. It is our hope that as an organized group, we will have an even greater impact on the community. Drew Dudley said that looking at the world as one big place is daunting. You have to look at it as 6 million different perspectives and if you can change just one, you can change the whole world, and not even know it. As a group and as individuals, we strive to change just one perspective, in the hopes that it will change the world.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Thursdays at 5 p.m. in Memorial Union Room 360

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/159358830859365/?fref=ts
Renaissance Yearbook*
Org Name: Renaissance Yearbook
Org President: Emilia DeMarco
Phone: 401-874-5897
Email: uriyearbook@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/yearbook/
Description: Our staff is responsible for photographing and documenting all campus events! We compile our layouts and photos into one book that captures the most memorable campus activities!
Location: Room 123, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Renaissance-Yearbook/281629031852749

Fall 2013 Meetings TBA
Rhody Christian Fellowship
Org Name: Rhody Christian Fellowship
Org President: TBA
Phone: 401-533-0014
Email: info@rhodyfellowship.com
Description: The mission of RCF is simply to follow Jesus. In doing so, we strive to Love, Serve, and Lead like Jesus. All students (regardless of religious affiliation) are welcome to join us for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. For the most up-to-date information on events, meeting place, and times, please visit the RCF website at http://www.rhodyfellowship.com.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: twitter: @rhodyfellowship
Rhody Rides*
Org Name: Rhody Rides
Org President: Jonathan Persia
Phone: 401-699-4683
Email: rhodyridesuri@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/URIRhodyRides
Description: Rhody Rides is URI’s auto club. This club was created to support the many students who have a passion for cars at the University of Rhode Island. We meet biweekly, dates and locations will be posted on the Facebook page. Everybody is welcome, no car needed.
Events: Any meets, trips or events can be found on our facebook page.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
SAGE (Students for the Advancement of Gender Equity)
Org Name: SAGE (Students for the Advancement of Gender Equity)
Org President: Katie Gallagher
Phone: 401-243-7592
Email: urisageclub@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/urisageclub
Description: Like social justice, good conversation, and creating positive change? Come to a SAGE meeting! People of all identities welcome.

Official Mission:
The organization will serve as a platform for like-minded students to organize and engage in activism and advocacy for social justice issues that will ultimately serve to further the advancement of gender equity. We are committed to fostering a campus-wide climate of understanding through our work and presence at URI. We work to generate a sense of urgency and importance surrounding gender issues, while also aiming to strengthen relations between all genders striving for a common goal.
Events: Meetings:
Mondays at 6:30pm in MCC 005
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: http://www.twitter.come/SAGE_URI
Sailing Club*
Org Name: Sailing Club
Org President: Liz Swain
Phone: 978-400-6092
Email: elizabeth.swain7@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/athletics/recservices/sailing.html
Description: Our mission is to spread the love of sailing and being on the water. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. If you want to get out on a boat, you've come to the right place. No commitment, no costs. Just fun.
Location: Memorial Union Room 308
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly meetings in the memorial union at 7:00 pm in room 308.

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2200054240/
twitter: https://twitter.com/URISailingClub
Sankofa Christian Ministry*
Org Name: Sankofa Christian Ministry
Org President: Matthew Quainoo
Phone: 401-699-8245
Email: matthew_quainoo@my.uri.edu
Description: Sankofa is a community of purpose driven students that are passionate about cultivating an atmosphere of support, faith and love.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: every Tuesday in Atrium 2 of the Union at 8pm
Secular URI*
Org Name: Secular URI
Org President: Ivy Burns
Phone: 401-297-6807
Email: urisecular@gmail.com
Website: http://www.secularuri.org
Description: We are the University of Rhode Island's branch of the Secular Student Alliance; a group of non-religious students that have weekly discussions on philosophical, scientific, and political topics. We are good without God.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesdays at 6 in room 360

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SecularURI

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SecularURI
Seekers Meditation Group*
Org Name: Seekers Meditation Group
Org President: Courtney Sartini
Phone: 401-651-4523
Email: seekersmeditation@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/358848477473686/
Description: Seekers meditation club is a non religious group which meets on campus and is open to anyone who has an interest in learning/practicing meditation techniques. We host weekly meetings that consist of generally two to three different forms of meditation for the purpose of relaxation, body and mind stillness, and general well being. We also have tea and sometimes snacks, thin mints, Andes Candies, sometimes cookies.. As a group we try to make the meetings as fun as possible and encourage people to laugh and not take things so seriously. If you are interested please feel free to stop by for a meeting and check us out.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meeting are on Mondays at 5pm in Lippitt Hall
Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Senorita Latinas Unidad Sorority Inc,
Org Name: Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Senorita Latinas Unidad Sorority Inc,
Org President: Shanice Zayas
Phone: (954)-604-2119
Email: shanice.zayas@gmail.com
Description: Mission and Vision:

SLU highly prides itself as an organization of diverse college-educated (collegiate) and professional women dedicated to uplifting traditionally marginalized groups, especially Latinos and women, by serving as a voice and means for empowerment. Since 1987, SLU has been an outlet for professional development and personal growth to its members and serving constituents. The Sorority's impact can be seen in the outstanding accomplishments of their Hermanas, the young women they have mentored through the LADYS and PEARLS programs, and through the lives of all the people the Sorority has touched via their many literacy initiatives. Thus, proving to colleges and communities that women of color can make a difference.

Sigma Lambda Upsilon has a passion for leading and developing underprivileged communities through the Sorority's goals of academic excellence, leadership, sisterhood, cultural enrichment, and service to the community and campus. It is evident that the Sorority's undergraduate and Graduate/Professional chapters challenge the status quo through programming initiatives that are both exemplary and unique. Sigma Lambda Upsilon's impenetrable bond and relentless commitment to one another transcends time, which is why the Sorority considers their sisterhood-Hermandad- lasting Hasta La Muerte!

SLU continues to carry out the Sorority's ideals and achieve the organization's goals with a commitment to each other, the campuses the Sorority serves, and the communities the organization works in every day.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Slam Poetry Club*
Org Name: Slam Poetry Club
Org President: Kevin Gemmell
Phone: 860-681-9539
Email: urislampoetryclub@gmail.com
Website: https://www.youtube.com/user/URISlamPoetry/videos
Description: Slam Poetry, often referred to as spoken word, combines creative writing with performance. It allows an author to put his or herself into a poem and bring it to life through emotion and voice. The Slam Poetry Club meets once a week where we practice writing and expressing emotions, ideas, and life experiences through creative writing and performance. We will be holding Open-Mics throughout the year, as well as bringing in professional spoken word artists for shows.
Events: Open Mics and Slams TBA
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 in the Multicultural Center room 005
Slow Food URI*
Org Name: Slow Food URI
Org President: Alyssa Neil
Phone: 401-595-7264
Email: lyssa2225@my.uri.edu
Website: http://slowfooduri.wordpress.com/
Description: Good, Clean, Fair Food!
Events: Contact us for information and details!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Twitter:SlowfoodURI

Society of Women Engineers      Grad Org    
Org Name: Society of Women Engineers
Org President: Jessica Havas
Phone: 401-575-3309
Email: rhodyswe@gmail.com
Description: Office Location: Bliss Hall Room 401
Every Thursday at 5pm in the Memorial Union Room 308

The Society of Women Engineers at the University of Rhode Island is focused on empowering women in science, technology, & engineering to obtain their career and leadership goals and provide them with the necessary resources to do so. This includes academic help from older students, networking opportunities with our local SWE professional section, New England Shoreline Section, and opportunities to attend the SWE conferences.

Our URI section is highly focused on outreach, and making science and technology exciting to young girls in the community. Working with SWE NESS, local girl scout troops, and local high schools SWE URI has brought science and engineering to hundreds of young students!
Graduate Org: Yes
Recognized Org: No
Other: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URIswe/165247523544804

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)      Grad Org    
Org Name: Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Org President: Jessica Havas
Phone: 401-575-3309
Email: rhodyswe@gmail.com
Website: https://uriswe.shutterfly.com/
Description: Organization_Description: The Society of Women Engineers at the University of Rhode Island is focused on empowering women in science, technology, & engineering to obtain their career and leadership goals and provide them with the necessary resources to do so. This includes academic help from older students, networking opportunities with our local SWE professional section, New England Shoreline Section, and opportunities to attend the SWE conferences.

Our URI section is highly focused on outreach, and making science and technology exciting to young girls in the community. Working with SWE NESS, local girl scout troops, and local high schools SWE URI has brought science and engineering to hundreds of young students!
Events: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=2361831622#!/pages/URIswe/165247523544804

Twitter @ URIswe
Location: Bliss Hall Rm. 401
Graduate Org: Yes
Recognized Org: No
Other: Weekly meetings will be held on Tuesdays at 5:00pm.
See our facebook page for upcoming events!

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=2361831622#!/pages/URIswe/165247523544804
Sociology Club (Iron Cage Society)*
Org Name: Sociology Club (Iron Cage Society)
Org President: Nicholas Casali
Phone: 401-465-8036
Email: Nicholas_Casali@my.uri.edu
The Iron Cage Society
(Sociology Club)

The University of Rhode Island's Sociology Club invites and encourages those pursuing degrees in sociology, as well as anyone interested in topics and current issues concerning sociology, to get involved and help facilitate social progress from a personal, innovative, and enlightening approach.

Why The Iron Cage Society?

"[T]he care for external goods should only lie on the shoulders of the 'saint like a light cloak', which can be thrown aside at any moment. But fate decreed that the cloak should become an iron cage" - Max Weber

The sociological conception of the Iron Cage, constructed by Max Weber, refers to the constricting societal systems we have perpetuated as a modern civilization. These social systems play a major role in how the characteristics of individuals and communities are shaped. The Iron Cage Society is devoted to creating and sustaining a stable, supportive, and equal student community structure.
Consider it our very own iron cage.

Through the reinforcement of already present social positives, as well as through facilitating new forms of social stability, our mission is to create and perpetuate social progress for those "who will live in that iron cage in the future."

So don't miss this opportunity to have an active voice in building the iron cage of tomorrow. Whether it is through community service efforts, networking with other on campus organizations, or from the insight gained by guest speakers and group discussions; The Iron Cage Society acts as a catalyst for personal, professional, and communal growth.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: This group, always open to new members and ideas, encourages students to join by Emailing Nicholas Casali (information below) with your name and email so you can get involved and receive details concerning club meetings and events.

Club Contact -
For further information feel free to email the current club president -
Nicholas Casali - (Nicholas_Casali@my.uri.edu)
Sojourn Collegiate Ministries*
Org Name: Sojourn Collegiate Ministries
Org President: Sarah Bonneson
Phone: 207-699-8152
Email: Sarah_Bonneson@my.uri.edu
Description: We are a group trying to make sense of the world around us. This is why Sojourn is a Christian community seeking to help people on their journey back to God
Events: Follow Us on Twitter @SojournProv
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SojournUri?fref=ts
South Asian Student Association*
Org Name: South Asian Student Association
Org President: Monica Raziq
Phone: 908-339-7964
Email: mraziq@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/desi.student.association.uri/
Description: Our mission is to create an organization that provides students of South Asian decent the opportunity to come together at the University of Rhode Island. The quantity of students from South Asian countries, such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, is particularly low at the University.Therefore, opening opportunities for these students to come together is important. Also, the organization is not be religiously affiliated and openly accepts members of South Asian decent or interest. In hope of attaining unity amongst one another, this association helps to bring a diverse mix of cultures from South Asia into the community at the University of Rhode Island.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Tuesdays (Bi-Monthly) @ 4-5pm in the Memorial Union 301

For specific event dates and times, please refer to our social media links. Normally, there are organization meetings twice a month--Tuesday@4-5pm in the Memorial Union 301--in addition to a few major events per semester.
Sports Medicine Club*
Org Name: Sports Medicine Club
Org President: Briana Lotrionte
Phone: 917-885-6257
Email: blotrionte@my.uri.edu
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Strike a Chord*
Org Name: Strike a Chord
Org President: Nicholas Bottai
Phone: 401-378-3168
Email: nicholas_bottai@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/StrikeAChordURI
Description: Strike a Chord URI is a non-profit organization with the goal of bringing together music and philanthropy through benefit concerts and charity events.
Events: April 22nd: 7:00pm to 11:00pm. Atrium 1.
Strike a Chord will be hosting a benefit concert "Hope Behind Bars". All proceeds from this event will go to benefit The Early Childhood Development Center in Nepal. The show will feature The Most Dangerous Men Alive, The Sharp Dressed Band, Public Alley, Spencer Soucy, and a few acoustic acts.
Here is the link to the Childhood Development Center: ecdcnepal.org
Location: Tuesday's @7:00pm Memorial Union 301
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Twitter: @StrikeaChordUSA
Student Action for Sustainability (SAS)*
Org Name: Student Action for Sustainability (SAS)
Org President: Bianca Peixoto
Phone: 401-439-9890
Email: bpeixoto10@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/URIStudentActionForSustainability
Description: The purpose of SAS is to promote environmentally sustainable practices for URI and the greater Rhode Island community. In the past we have participated in campus clean-ups, conferences on clean energy, and promoted important environmental issues ranging from climate change to the BP oil. We're also dedicated to campaigning for the preservation of our local 100 year old forest- the North Woods. And we're always open to new members and fresh ideas so feel free to stop by!
Location: Memorial Union, Room 304
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: We meet every Monday from 6:00 to 7:00 in room 354 of the Memorial Union
Advisor: Marsha Gracia
Student Admission Representatives
Org Name: Student Admission Representatives
Org President: Joseph Korzeb
Phone: 860-682-0663
Email: joseph_korzeb@my.uri.edu
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Student Advocates for Education (SAFE)*
Org Name: Student Advocates for Education (SAFE)
Org President: Billy Bowden
Phone: 401-742-4305
Email: billb75@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/411686742290474/
Description: Our group is focused on bringing more attention to not only the education major, but to educational concerns in our community, in our state, and in our nation. We will be studying different pedagogical procedures, but also working to understand how we can become better teachers in the future. We want to work with individuals in the field now, and we also want to work together to practice making mock lesson plans, presentations, and working with technology in the classroom. Our group is open to all majors, but we hope that our members will all be interested and excited about current topics in education. We hope to bring education to the forefront of collegiate studies, and attention.
Events: Meetings:
Wednesday nights at 6 PM
Location: Multicultural Center Rm. 203
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Student Alliance for the Welfare of Africa (SAWA)*
Org Name: Student Alliance for the Welfare of Africa (SAWA)
Org President: Antoinette Gbomina
Phone: 401-865-9830
Email: netie112@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/mambosawa
Description: The purpose of this organization shall be to strengthen the University of Rhode Island's ties with the African Continent; to place Africa under a positive light for all who work and study at the university and community, thus vanquishing all fallacies about the continent; to unite the African population and promote harmony amongst every other ethnic group within the University of Rhode Island, and to inspire a tender compassion within everyone towards the issues affecting the continent and her people on the social, political, cultural, educational and economical scales through the implementation of outreach programs, community service, artistic, social and educational functions.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings are held every Monday at 7pm in Room 318. (See Memorial Union monitor at the info desk for room changes)

Student Alumni Association
Org Name: Student Alumni Association
Org President: Stephen Petrarca
Phone: 401-874-2821
Email: president@urisaa.org
Website: http://urisaa.org/
Description: SAA was founded in 1985 and is sponsored by the Alumni Association. We strive to foster a sense of pride and tradition in the University. As a group, we collectively promote an active program of recruitment and commitment among both students and alumni. Our programs are designed to promote interaction between students and alumni for the betterment of the University. SAA's primary goals are also to generate spirit surrounding the University among the student body, provide information about the Alumni Association to the student body and keep the Alumni Association aware of developments on campus, which affect student perception of the University.
Events: Oozeball 2013, Homecoming 2012, Rhody Rally
Location: First Floor of The Alumni Center (73 Upper College Road)
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Uri-Saa/100001123039917: URI SAA

twitter: URI_SAA

Weekly Meetings:
Wednesdays at 5pm, Senate Chambers.
Student Association for the Advancement of Haitian People (SAAHP)*
Org Name: Student Association for the Advancement of Haitian People (SAAHP)
Org President: Lynly Jeanlouis
Phone: 401-263-5595
Email: urisaahp@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/urisaahp
Description: Our mission is to bring the awareness of the Haitian culture to the URI student body and local communities.
Events: National Haitian Student Association Conference
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly meetings TBA

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/urisaahp
Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC)*
Org Name: Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC)
Org President: Frankie Brillante
Phone: (203) 577-8260
Email: fbrillante@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.gorhody.com/information/saac
Description: SAAC is the voice of the student athletes. This group of student athletes and their supporters seek input from student athletes and athletic team members in order to address questions and concerns with the Athletic administration and the Athletic Advisory Board. SAAC promotes communication between student-athletes and the athletic administration. We provide feedback and insight into athletics department issues. SAAC generates a student-athlete voice within the campus athletics department formulation of policies. Building a sense of community within athletics, by involving all teams through SAAC events and programming is a main goal of SAAC. NCAA will seek SAAC's Student Athletes to weigh in on proposed conference legislation.
promote communications between student-athletes and athletics administration.We provide feedback and insight into athletics department issues. SAAC generates a student-athlete voice within the campus athletics department formulation of policies. Building a sense of community within athletics,by involving all teams through SAAC events and programming is a main goal of SAAC. NCAA will seek SAAC's Student Athletes to weigh in on proposed conference legislation.
Events: Events that SAAC will be a part of/ help organize:

-Freshman Student Athlete Orientation

-Pink Out

-Rhody RAM Zoo

-Rhody Cup Inter-varsity Competition which includes; R.A.M. games, Lip-dub competition, Community Service and Life Skills Events.

-Rhody Food Drive

Location: Tootell Athletic Academic Center
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Bimonthly meetings in the Mackal Conference Room on Tuesdays at 7 pm.
Student Entertainment Committee*
Org Name: Student Entertainment Committee
Org President: Sarah Moffitt
Phone: 401-874-5298
Email: URISECChair@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/RhodeIsland.SEC
Description: The URI Student Entertainment Committee (SEC) is a student organization that plans a variety of entertainment events for the campus and local community. SEC has a hand in every stage of the event planning process while organizing shows together. Our duties include choosing/booking performers, selling tickets, marketing and advertising, working backstage as a stage crew or security team, and much, MUCH more.

URI SEC works on concerts, comedy shows, lectures/presentations by famous athletes, actors, actresses, politicians, or reality stars, "daytime distractions" including massage therapists, tie dying, sundae making, lobster bakes, free movie showings, etc. (if it's fun, we probably do it.)

SEC consists of 4 sub-committees: Concerts, Special Events, VIP/Speakers, and Advertising. Each sub-committee manages different types of shows and/or activities that SEC is responsible for, while the Advertising subcommittee works to promote events.

If you have leadership skills, enjoy music, movies, and entertainment, are creative or artistic, or possess any other skills that could help an organization run smoothly, then join SEC!
Events: Visit our Facebook Page & follow us on twitter to see our updated schedule of events, have a chance at ticket giveaways, and learn more about becoming a part of SEC!
Location: Memorial Union Room 208
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Find Us On...

Facebook: URI Student Entertainment Committee
Twitter: @URISEC

Weekly Subcommittee Meetings
Special Events - Mondays @ 6PM in MU Rm 308
Advertising - Tuesdays @ 5PM in MU Rm 318
VIP - Wednesdays @ 5PM in MU Rm 318
Concerts - Wednesdays @ 6PM in Quinn Auditorium
Advisor: Faculty: Michael Nolfe
Graduate: Tom Balestracci
Student Nonviolence Involvement Coalition
Org Name: Student Nonviolence Involvement Coalition
Org President: Eden Kalyanapu
Phone: 401-874-9037
Email: nonviolence@etal.uri.edu
Website: http://web.uri.edu/nonviolence/
Description: To build a beloved campus community based on the principles of nonviolence and peace by bringing together students into a coalition with a powerful voice for justice, equality, and social change. Open to all students and campus organizations interested in creating common ground through meaningful social experiences and program events.
Events: International Day of Peace on the Quad - September 19
International Day of Nonviolence - October 2
Destiny Africa Children's Choir Performance - October 10
Bruce Tancrell Nonviolence Scholarship Fundraiser - October 19
MLK Week Nonviolence Program - February 3 - 7
Red Hand Day - February 12
Alternative Spring Break Nepal Trip - March 6 - 17
Peace and Nonviolence Film Series - Ongoing
Location: Room 202 URI Multicultural Center
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NonviolenceURI
Advisor: Professor Paul Bueno de Mesquita, Ph.D.
Student Nurses Association of URI
Org Name: Student Nurses Association of URI
Org President: Lisa D'Amore
Phone: 781-626-0765
Email: rhodysna@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Student-Nurses-Association/191994150872936?ref=ts&fref=ts
Description: University of Rhode Island College of Nursing's Student Nurse Association (SNA) is a pre-professional association that represents students preparing for the future as professional nurses. The association engages in a shared governance approach that encourages health related discussions, health advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration among students across the university.

Among its many activities within the university community, SNA emphasizes health promotion, healthy lifestyle and health equity issues. Its members seek to act as change agents and role models for other university student and the State of Rhode Island. Students in SNA have the ability to make professional contacts and provide an opportunity for networking with professionals from diverse backgrounds.
Location: White Hall
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings are held once a month in White Hall Commons, days and times are subject to change each semester. Check out the SNA bulletin board in White Hall for dates and times.
Student Organization Leadership Consultants (SOLC)*
Org Name: Student Organization Leadership Consultants (SOLC)
Org President: Lydia Omoaregba
Phone: 401-874-7287
Email: uri.solc@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mu.uri.edu/leadership/solc.html
Description: WHAT SOLC DOES?
- Plans and facilitates individually designed workshops and retreats.
- Mentors, counsels, and consults with student groups, organizations, and teams.
- Teaches relevant concepts and skills in order to improve organization effectiveness. Typical workshop topics include: team work, mission/vision work, exploring values, clarifying roles, goal setting, transition planning, communication, group development/dynamics, and conflict resolution.
- Presents at the monthly Senate President's meetings to provide relevant information about creating effective and efficient organizations.
Location: Room 210, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Class credit/enrollment Information: HDF 413, fall 2012, visit the Center for Student Leadership Development in the Memorial Union, room #210.
Meetings: Mondays 3:00-3:45pm
Student Philanthropy Council
Org Name: Student Philanthropy Council
Org President: Chip Redihan
Phone: 401-405-6821
Email: chipredihan@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.urifoundation.org/studentphilanthropy
Description: The mission of the SPC is to build a culture of philanthropy, pride and donor appreciation at URI. The council helps educate students about the impact of donor support at URI and fosters a spirit of philanthropy by planning engaging and meaningful awareness and fundraising activities for the campus community. The SPC is coordinated through the URI Foundation’s Annual Giving Office in collaboration with the Student Alumni Association.
Events: November 12-15, 2013 National Philanthropy Event in Memorial Union

February 28, 2014 Student Engagement & Philanthropy Day Event in Hope
Location: Alumni Center - Annual Giving Office
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Thursdays 5-6 pm, Alumni Center

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/URISPC

Twitter: https://twitter.com/URI_SPC
Student Senate*
Org Name: Student Senate
Org President: Joseph Maynard
Phone: 401-874-2261
Email: info@rhodysenate.org
Website: http://web.uri.edu/studentsenate/
Description: The Senate shall be the representative student government of the University of Rhode Island, deriving its power and legitimacy from the consent of the governed. The Senate remains a separate and distinct entity from the University of Rhode Island and all underlying affiliates. As the representative voice of the undergraduate student body of the University of Rhode Island, the Senate shall be obligated to discuss any matters brought before the Senate by a member of the URI community that affect students directly or indirectly as students or as citizens. The Senate shall have power to establish, recognize and promote educational, social and cultural activities for the enhancement of student life.
Location: Room 201, Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in the Senate Chambers on the 3rd Floor of the Memorial Union.
Fall Elections, September 25th & 26th, 2013

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-University-of-Rhode-Island-Student-Senate/112603375429778?v=wall

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rhodysenate
Advisor: Bruce Hamilton
Student United Way
Org Name: Student United Way
Org President: Charles Redihan
Phone: 401-405-6281
Email: chipredihan@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Student-United-Way/128754360558104
Description: Student United Way will engage students in creating a positive impact in the community through education, volunteering and philanthropy to help the less fortunate in the URI Community and the state of Rhode Island.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Student Veterans Organization*
Org Name: Student Veterans Organization
Org President: Don Ruggieri
Phone: 401-339-9447
Email: d_ruggieri@my.uri.edu
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Bi-weekly meetings. One Monday a month and one Wednesday a month; 4:30 PM usually in MU 318
Students for a Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP/NORML)*
Org Name: Students for a Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP/NORML)
Org President: Emily Cotter
Phone: 401-218-5008
Email: urissdpnorml@gmail.com
Website: http://www.urissdp.org
Description: Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth.

URI's chapter of SSDP is one of the most active in the country and has been featured multiple times on High Time's annual list of top SSDP chapters.
Location: Room 128
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meeting Time: Tuesday, 7:30pm in MU 308

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/urissdp

Twitter: @URISSDP
Surf Club*
Org Name: Surf Club
Org President: Harold Gerbis III
Phone: 617-543-4335
Email: Harold_gerbis@my.uri.edu
Description: Our Mission is to Promote the Fun exciting sport of Surfing to URI students. We want people to take advantage of our beautiful location and go out enjoy the sun and the ocean by surfing. We take part in beach clean ups, learn to surfs, and have held events here on campus. We communicate through the surf community where at our meetings we meet fellow surfers and exchange information so we can car pool to surf. We have sponsors such as BreakWater Surf Co. who support us with T-Shirts and deals at their shop in Newport.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: facebook: URI Surf Club
The Amazing Badminton Club
Org Name: The Amazing Badminton Club
Org President: Todd Gilbert and Danielle Simo
Phone: 973-303-7192
Email: todd_gilbert@my.uri.edu
Description: Joining The Amazing Badminton Club (The ABC) is a way for students and faculty to enjoy the sport created by British military officers in the 1800s - Badminton. In a discussion of high school activities, two students realized that badminton needs to rise in the URI community as they were delighted with playing a few years back. According to the URI website, Tootell Aquatic Center has badminton courts in the West Gymnasiums. Sign ups would be rolling and dues would be collected for materials (shuttles and racquets on an as needed basis). Many students have expressed interest and what better way to start off next semester than a friendly tournament ran by The Amazing Badminton Club.
Events: A friendly tournament to kick off next semester.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings to be determined on a semester basis.
The Good Five-Cent Cigar*
Org Name: The Good Five-Cent Cigar
Org President: Bri Blank
Phone: 401-874-2914
Email: briii23@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.ramcigar.com
Description: Want to know the scoop about everything on campus? Want a front-row pass to the coolest entertainment events? Have something to say about Rhody sports? Come write for The Good Five Cent Cigar!
The Cigar is the campus newspaper and is published once weekly on Thursdays. It is free to the campus community. The paper offers paid positions--including photographers, reporters and editors, among other fun, fast-paced jobs. To learn more, stop by our office in the Memorial Union, room 125.
Location: Memorial Union Room 125
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Join us for our weekly meetings!
Thursday at 7 p.m. in room 125 of the Memorial Union!
(The room is located down the hall across from Ram Computers)

Website: http://www.ramcigar.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGoodFiveCentCigar
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Good5CentCigar

Pick up a copy of The Cigar every Thursday!
Uhuru Sasa*
Org Name: Uhuru Sasa
Org President: Brandy Jones
Phone: 401-6925439
Email: brandy.jones00@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/mcc/sasa/sasa.html
Description: Founded in 1968 and Established in 1972; Uhuru SaSa (Sasa) denotes "Freedom Now." Sasa's purpose is dedicated to establishing and maintaining the cultural, social, and educational enrichment of all people who work and study at the University of Rhode Island and it's neighboring community. It is its intention to accomplish this through the pursuit of educational, historical, literary and artistic functions.
Location: Memorial Union 342
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly Meetings: Every Tuesday at 7pm in Rm. 318 Memorial Union.

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/uhuru.sasa.love

twitter: https://twitter.com/Uhuru_Sasa
URI American Sign Language Club*
Org Name: URI American Sign Language Club
Org President: Courtney Walker
Phone: 860-806-0920
Email: collegegrad868@hotmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/URIsignlanguageclub/
Description: This club is for everyone who is interested in learning American Sign Language. Please understand that this is not a place to make fun of the Deaf or be disrespectful. This club is for learning their culture and language. It's a lot of fun and we will definitely go on field trips. I know a lot of Deaf people so I can get us involved with their communities. I hope you join and you'll have a lot of fun Plus it's inside lingo and others will be amazed at what we are doing. See you soon!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Quinn Hall Tuesday's at 6:30 Room 104

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/URIsignlanguageclub/
URI Anthropology Society*
Org Name: URI Anthropology Society
Org President: Anna Abdollahi
Phone: 401-365-8099
Email: rhody.anthro@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Anthropology-Society/103381039751249?ref=hl
Description: Anthropology is loosely defined as the study of humanity, but what exactly does that mean? The URI Anthropology Society wants to find out.

URIAS works to spread awareness of the exciting, challenging and sometimes hair-raising discipline of anthropology while continuing to explore what it means to be an anthropologist. A greater understanding of the world around us and the people who inhabit it make up a central pillar of our beliefs in the Society.

We encourage all people of all majors, minors, interest levels and otherwise to come see what the URIAS is all about. We have parties, lectures and work within the community, all in the pursuit of understanding humanity a little better.
Events: Meetings during the Spring 2014 semester are being held jointly with the Classics Society.

Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to contact us.

Advisor: Kristine Bovy, Ph.D
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Mondays at 5pm, Washburn 319

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Anthropology-Society/103381039751249?ref=hl
Twitter @URI_APGSociety
Advisor: Kristine Bovy, Ph.D
URI Breakers*
Org Name: URI Breakers
Org President: Michael Figueroa
Phone: 401-837-0089
Email: mfigueroa91@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/240486146073325/
Description: The URI Breakers is a student organization focused towards spreading positive energy and the true message of hip hop though the art of b-boying. Students of all levels, beginners to advanced, are welcome to our practices. Certain days are dedicated to workshops where we come together and go through a step by step process on how to perform specific dance styles. In addition, we have certain days dedicated to open practices where we explore and develop our own individual and unique styles. Come through to see what b-boying is all about! Peace!
Location: Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Union from 8:30pm-10:30pm
URI Capoeria Club*
Org Name: URI Capoeria Club
Org President: Narván Hilliard
Phone: 401-559-2932
Email: NHilliard08@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/URICapoeiraClub/
Description: We are Grupo Ondas. We are students who embrace all cultures. Our main and ultimate goals are to help bridge the cultural gaps via the arts we practice and teach, and use said arts (particularly Capoeira) to teach the 10 Universal Values we believe all should share in order to grow as better people. Our values will be reflected in our game and our being. Another goal of our group is to gain the reputation of positive, respectful, humble, open, non-discriminating people who are committed to the development, education, and integration of all cultures.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: We meet every Monday from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM unless otherwise specified. Classes are at the URI Multicultural Center Hardge Forum. Classes are FREE and open to all.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/URICapoeiraClub/
URI Cheer Club*
Org Name: URI Cheer Club
Org President: Erica Blue
Phone: 203-451-3642
Email: erica2blue@my.uri.edu
Description: The purpose of this organization shall be to create a non-competitive atmosphere for students of both genders to come together and appreciate their shared passion for cheerleading.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesdays 6:30

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/URICheerClub

Twitter: twitter.com/URICheerClub
URI Dressage Team*
Org Name: URI Dressage Team
Org President: Lauren Foley
Phone: 401-256-1760
Email: LEFoley6@aol.com
Website: http://uriequestrian.weebly.com/
Description: The URI Dressage Team gives students an opportunity to master a new skill, continue a lifelong hobby, meet a variety of new friends, and ride competitively teaching students how to conquer goals and strengthen determination. The Dressage Team is a chance for many students to branch out and experience the positive outcome of teamwork. Riders of all levels are welcome!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: March 23: @ University of Maine Orono
March 29: @ Johnson & Wales University
March 30: @ University of Rhode Island
April 11-13: NATIONALS!
URI Fencing*      Grad Org    
Org Name: URI Fencing
Org President: Sara Facincani
Phone: 401-649-3015
Email: urifencing@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/2219826553/
Description: If you would like to give fencing a try, simply come to one of our practices. No experience is required to join. We have coaches to guide you and we provide club gear if needed.
Events: Meetings: Mondays and Thursdays 5-8PM in the Memorial Union Ballroom or Atrium 1.
Graduate Org: Yes
Recognized Org: Yes *
URI Film Collaborative*
Org Name: URI Film Collaborative
Org President: Becka Carroll
Phone: 401-219-2867
Email: URIfilmCollaborative@gmail.com
Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/urifc
Description: The mission of the URI Film Collaborative is to promote diversity of film exhibition and creation. We will educate, create, advocate, and inform through cinematic art. Together with the University, we will foster film talent and cultivate film appreciation and participation.
Location: Davis 307
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Projects We've Completed:

- "HERE" (2013) Short Film (In Post-Production)
- "Eternal" (2013) Short Film (In Association With)
- "LIFE in a DAY @ URI" (2012) Documentary
- "Dorm Room Tango" (2010) Short Film
- "Rocks Paper Scissors" (2012) Short Film (In Post-Production)
- Providence 2011 48 Hour Film Project
- Providence 2012 48 Hour Film Project
- Rainville Leadership Awards Video 2012, 2013
- 15 Second Film Challenge
- URI Campus Life Series
- URI Big Event 2011 Ireland
- URI Big Event 2012 East Asia
- S.A.W.A. Fashion Show Photography 2012, 2013
- Vagina Monologues Photography & Poster Design 2012, 2013
- C.L.A.S.S. Continental Pulse Videography

- Providence 2012 48 Hour Film Project

- S.A.W.A. Fashion Show Photography

- Vagina Monologues Photography & Poster Design

- C.L.A.S.S. Continental Pulse Videography

- "LIFE in a DAY @ URI" Documentary 2012

- Dorm Room Tango 2010

- Rocks Paper Scissors Short 2012

URI Golden Key Honour Society
Org Name: URI Golden Key Honour Society
Org President: Alex Kowalski
Phone: 401-323-3093
Email: alexkowalski@my.uri.edu
Website: uri.goldenkey.org
Description: Golden Key International Honor Society is an academic honor society which recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement and excellence among college and university students from all academic disciplines.

Our mission is to enable members to realize their potential through the advancement of academics, leadership and service.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/golden-key-honour-society-uri/200868813267482

Our executive board meets twice a month to discuss and coordinate volunteer activities. We actively volunteer time each month with the building efforts of South County Habitat for Humanity in Kingston, RI every Friday and Saturday afternoon that we can. In addition, we hold general meetings for our members offering other opportunities that encourage leadership, service and academics.

Our New Member Recognition event will be held in February. Email us at alexkowalski@my.uri.edu or goldenkeyuri@gmail.com if you aren't on our list for information on registering as it develops.
URI Irish Step Dance Club*
Org Name: URI Irish Step Dance Club
Org President: Erin Johnson
Phone: 774-266-6508
Email: uri.irishstepdance@gmail.com
Description: Bringing the Irish Step Dance community of URI together. We welcome dancers of all levels- no experience necessary!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Join our group on Facebook: URI Irish Step Dance Club
Org President: Director: Brian Cardany
Phone: 401-874-2799
Email: bcardany@mail.uri.edu
Description: The University of Rhode Island Ram Marching Band is a strong representative for URI Athletics, the Department of Music, and the University as a whole. The Ram Marching Band supports the football team at all home football games and usually travels to at least one away game each season. The band also gives exhibition and parade performances in Rhode Island and in the surrounding region, and supports URI for "Meet the University" days and other special events.

Members of the Ram Marching Band represent a wide variety perspectives and experience. With music majors constituting only 20% of its membership, the Ram Marching Band contains students from all fields of study (including engineering, pharmacy, oceanography, etc.). Those members who join with little or no experience in marching band are carefully taught in a very supportive environment. Those members who have extensive marching experience (competition, drum corps) appreciate our strong emphasis on musicianship and overall quality. Members of the PRIDE can easily be counted on to exude positive spirit for the school and perform without hesitation in rain or shine.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Practices occur every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 4 to 6 as well as all home football games and other related events such as Welcome Day and Meet the U.
URI Polish Cultural Club*
Org Name: URI Polish Cultural Club
Org President: Julia Jarmoszko
Phone: 860-716-5380
Email: julia_jarmoszko@my.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/397494040376411
Description: The Polish Cultural Club of URI promotes and supports ethnic heritage within the URI community. We welcome not only Polish-Americans, but all students open to expanding their cultural horizons. We celebrate the Polish culture by practicing Polish traditions, cooking Polish cuisine, listening to their music and much more. This club does not only focus on old Poland, but Poland�¢€��¢s present contemporary issues, pop culture and bright future. Together, with our events and members, we aim to create an atmosphere close to home.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Thursday @ 6

President: Julia Jarmoszko
Secretary: Paulina Koniecko
Treasurer: Karolina Wojciak
URI Pre-PA Club*
Org Name: URI Pre-PA Club
Org President: Alison Lovkay
Phone: 860-559-6612
Email: uripaclub@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/uripaclub
Description: URI Pre-PA club’s mission is to build a solid foundation for students aspiring to hold a professional role in the health care industry. We want to build a community for students who are all working towards the same goal; to get into PA school and eventually become a Physician's Assistant. We will bring in professionals from the field, hold various information sessions, study groups, GRE prep classes and more!
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Wednesdays at 6pm - Memorial Union
URI Quidditch*
Org Name: URI Quidditch
Org President: Brandon Ahl
Phone: 631-245-7283
Email: brandon_ahl@my.uri.edu
Description: Founded in December 2010, the URI Rhody Ridgebacks are the University of Rhode Island's very own Quidditch Team. We are members of the Southern New England Quidditch Conference, playing against schools from RI, MA, and CT year-round. We are also an International Quidditch Association recognized team, and practice out on the quad every week at URI.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Finishing up our 2012-2013, we are attending the Southern New England Quidditch Conference Tournament in Bristol, RI on April 28, 2013. Check back at the start of next school year when we will be posting our schedule of games!

Regular meetings take place on Wednesdays at 7pm in room 308 in the Memorial Union. For practices, please check the facebook page or email us at URIQuidditch@gmail.com
URI Rotaract Club*
Org Name: URI Rotaract Club
Org President: Thomas-Anthony R. Viscione
Phone: 401-523-3972
Email: rotaract.uri@gmail.com
Description: Rotaract is a university-based service organization committed to professional development, leadership cultivation, and grassroots community activism and involvement. Rotaract operates under Rotary International, the world-renowned international service society.
Events: https://www.facebook.com/groups/450208175063493/
Location: MU Room 308, Tuesdays at 6:30 pm
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Facebook: URI Rotaract Club

Club meetings are held in room 308 of the Memorial Union on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm.
Org Name: URI S.A.V.E.S.
Org President: William Law
Phone: 401-575-7178
Email: uri.saves@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uri.edu/volunteer/students
Description: URI S.A.V.E.S. is a volunteer organization that engages students in various service opportunities in the surrounding community without being tied to religious affiliations or dedicated to one specific cause, agency or class. URI S.A.V.E.S. will appeal to many different interests ranging from the environment to issues of health, poverty, human rights, and animal rights.
Location: Memorial Union Room 308
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings Wednesdays 6:00pm-7:00pm

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/201178881365/
Org Name: URI SCUBA Club
Org President: Christopher M. Whalen
Phone: 401-391-1823
Email: uriscubaclub@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/uriscubaclub/
Description: The URI Scuba Club strives to provide students of all skill levels with avenues for SCUBA training and ultimately get people out in the water. We'll help you develop your diving skills, meet responsible dive buddies, and make lifelong friends while enjoying the natural beauties of the deep blue sea.

Our office is room 350 in the Memorial Union. Stop by to say hello!
Location: Memorial Union Room 350
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly meetings are held in the Memorial Union Room 301 every Thursday from 7:00-8:00 PM. Come share your best dive stories of the biggest fish or the worst fish and learn about selected topics in diving. This is also the best time to ask about training opportunities or to plan dive trips.

The times for our organized dives and other coastal events are frequently posted on our Facebook page. All of our events are weather dependent and many of our divers make posts looking for dive buddies on short notice, so be sure to join the group in order to have access to the most up-to-date information.

Hope to see you underwater!
URI Ski and Snowboarding Team*
Org Name: URI Ski and Snowboarding Team
Org President: Eric Plausteiner
Phone: 802-291-1792
Email: URISKI@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/459213644184568/
Description: We are the University of Rhode Island Ski and Snowboard Team. We are a competitive body that exists within the USCSA's McBrine Division. We compete against other universities and colleges in New England and believe in upholding the collegiate spirit of alpine ski and snowboard racing and camaraderie. We compete in 10 different competitions over a span of five weekends.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesday 6pm Room 308 Memorial Union
URI Student Speech Language Hearing Association (URISSLHA)
Org Name: URI Student Speech Language Hearing Association (URISSLHA)
Org President: Jaclyn Schiemer
Phone: 201-655-1177
Email: jaclyn_schiemer@my.uri.edu
Website: http://www.uri.edu/student_organizations/urisslha/URISSLHA.htm
Description: URISSLHA stands for University of Rhode Island Student Speech Language Hearing Association.

URISSLHA is a member of NSSLHA, the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association.

NSSLHA is the national organization for undergraduate and graduate students in the field of communicative disorders.

NSSLHA is the only official national student organization that is recognized by the professional organization ASHA, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Location: Independence Square
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Advisor: Find Us on Facebook
URI Table Tennis*
Org Name: URI Table Tennis
Org President: James Luther
Phone: 401-450-4711
Email: uritabletennis@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/uritabletennisclub
Description: A place to play ping pong and to enjoy the game. We welcome people of all skill levels.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: E-mail uritabletennis@gmail.com for details.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uritabletennisclub
URI TV Network*
Org Name: URI TV Network
Org President: Kody Fraser
Phone: 401-573-9956
Email: uritvnetwork@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/URI-Media/174379712678491?fref=ts
Description: URI Media is a student-run television network that airs throughout campus, and also broadcasts it's content online. The cast and crew of URI Media are dedicated to providing fun, upbeat entertainment to all, in the form of student produced short films, musical performances, regular shows, live segments and more. New ideas are always welcome and everyone is encouraged to join.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays 6:00pm in Davis Hall.
URI Wrestling Club*
Org Name: URI Wrestling Club
Org President: Matthew Cohen
Phone: 973-255-9058
Email: mec2012@aol.com
Description: This club was officially started and recognized in the spring 2013 semester. The ideals for this club entail entering tournaments, hosting and traveling too dual meets, and a structured practice schedule throughout the week.
Events: Practice will resume in October 2013
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: twitter: https://twitter.com/URIwrestling
URIGHT (University of Rhode Island Ghost Hunting Team)*
Org Name: URIGHT (University of Rhode Island Ghost Hunting Team)
Org President: Andrew Labossiere
Phone: 401-480-2183
Email: urighost@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2216190304/
Description: We are a non-profit organization at the University of Rhode Island campus. Our mission, to investigate paranormal activities in or around the area in the hopes to prove the existence of spirits through the means of science and current technology. We are here to help anyone with problems, troubles, or concerns dealing with the paranormal. We are armed with the latest tools and gadgets to aid us on our mission for the truth. If you are haunted, bothered or just have questions about the paranormal, please feel free to email us at urighost@gmail.com. All URI students are welcome to join.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Tuesdays from 6 to 7 in Memorial Union, Room 314 (Room location is subject to change).
Org Name: VocalMotion
Org President: Chloe Blau
Phone: 845-323-7223
Email: VocalMotionURI@gmail.com
Description: URI's up-and-coming A Cappella singing group, VocalMotion, is a student-run volunteer group of talented and passionate singers wanting to share their love of singing! Auditions required.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: Meetings: Mon/Wed 4:00-5:30pm
We're Offering Women Wisdom (WOWW)
Org Name: We're Offering Women Wisdom (WOWW)
Org President: Jillian Vanhouwe
Phone: 401-874-2097
Email: woww@etal.uri.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/WOWW/161070713907019
Description: W.O.W.W is an organization that uniquely benefits URI by offering a chance for freshmen women to feel comfortable, safe, and supported in the community that our upper class mentors create. Freshmen, or Mentees, receive stability, support, and mentorship as well as the opportunity to become positive role models and future Mentors of the group. As an organization we strive to ease the transition of first year women to college life. Some topics we address include successful study habits, nutrition, sexual assault, campus involvement, time management, coping with stress, date rape drugs, substance abuse, domestic violence, and stalking. The sense of community we create for freshmen women helps to increase their personal development throughout the rest of their college careers.
Location: Women's Center, 22 Upper College Rd
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: W.O.W.W meets every Thursday night in the Women's Center Library throughout the academic year. Mentors are required to show up for meetings at 5:30 and freshmen Mentees arrive at 6:00 PM. Additionally, on the first Thursday of every month, WOWW Executive Board Members meet at 5:00 to discuss plans for the upcoming month. Members of W.O.W.W are also broken up into "families" with 2-3 freshmen Mentees assigned to 3-4 upper class mentors and each family gets together on the weekends and outside of mandatory weekly meetings to have fun off campus and get to know each other a little better.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/WOWW/161070713907019
Wildlife Society*
Org Name: Wildlife Society
Org President: Lauren Gerraputa
Phone: 631-338-4134
Email: uriwildlifesociety@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/133680590016519/
Description: A club where wildlife appreciators plan events and fundraisers to spread awareness and educate about wildlife. If you are looking for an awesome animal club, come join us!
Location: Room 128 Memorial Union
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Thursday nights at 7pm, location changes

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/133680590016519/
Women's Leadership Coalition
Org Name: Women's Leadership Coalition
Org President: TBD
Phone: 860-878-0403
Email: lizette_zajko@my.uri.edu
Description: The Women's Leadership Coalition is an organization of female student leaders who come together to support women's events at URI including but not limited to women's athletics and other programmatic initiatives on campus.

Together, the WLC provides a safe space for women to come together to provide one another with a supportive community of campus leaders and voice opinions and concerns.
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: No
Other: First informational meeting: October 10, 2013 at 4:30pm.
WRIU 90.3 FM Radio*
Org Name: WRIU 90.3 FM Radio
Org President: Madison Moreau
Phone: 401-218-0646
Email: GM@wriu.org
Website: http://www.wriu.org
Description: WRIU is Rhode Island's largest non-commercial FM broadcaster. Broadcasting live 24/7 on 90.3 FM and streaming online from the Memorial Union on Kingston Campus, the station features a diverse array of programming, including rock, hip-hop, electronic music, jazz, classical, folk, reggae, sports talk, world music and many other genres of music as well as informational programs.

WRIU and our sister station, RIU2 is also the radio home for URI Sports, including Men's and Womens Basketball, Ice Hockey, Football, Baseball and Softball. Both WRIU and RIU2 are entirely student-run; get in touch today to become involved!

We're Rhode Island's University!

Other_Information: Get in touch:

Email - comments@wriu.org
Office Phone - 401.874.9204
Studio Phone - 401.792.9030 OR 888.303.WRIU


Check out our student-centric sister station, RIU2:
Website - http://riu2.org/
Twitter - http://twitter.com/riu2radio
Email - riu2@wriu.org
Studio Phone - 401.874.2493
...and on Facebook - http://facebook.com/riu2radio

Listen Live: http://wriu.org/listen.php

You can take WRIU and RIU2 with you on the go:
Listen on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry phone with the TuneIn Radio App. Just search for WRIU and RIU2.
Location: Memorial Union, Room 328
Graduate Org: No
Recognized Org: Yes *
Other: Meetings: Room 314 - Thursday 5-6:30pm

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wriuradio, http://facebook.com/riu2radio

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WRIU, http://twitter.com/riu2radio

* indicates that the organization is recognized by the Student Senate.
Grad Org = Graduate Student Organizations

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