The Alumni Association and the Office of Alumni Relations offer programs and events for current URI students—the University of Rhode Island's future alumni.

Alumni of Color Network

The Alumni of Color Network provides opportunities for interaction and collaboration among alumni, students, staff, and faculty of color. These include career networking events, professional and personal mentoring, social gatherings, and community service and outreach.

Mentoring Program

The URI Career Mentor program is a collaborative effort of the Office of Alumni Relations and Career Services in which current students have the opportunity to benefit from real-life expertise from URI alumni.

Student Alumni Association (SAA)

SAA members act as ambassadors for the Alumni Association on campus. Their mission is to generate school spirit among students, provide students with information about the Alumni Association, and keep the Alumni Association informed about developments on campus.

Women's Council for Development

The Women's Council for Development provides opportunities for interaction between students and alumnae to increase the influence of women in all aspects of life at the University, and in the larger world.



April 24, 2016

Teams got down and dirty for the 26th Annual Oozeball Tournament, one of URI's longest-running traditions.


Dinner with 12 Strangers
February 23, 2016

Deb Imondi '83 hosted SAA students at Trio Restaurant, where Kathleen Jackson of the College of Business gave a lesson on dining etiquette. Says Erin Regan '18: "This was such a fun night! The etiquette aspect was so worthwhile. I really learned a lot, and we got to hear and share such great stories."

Nearly Naked Mile
October 7, 2015

A record number of students showed up for this year's Annual Nearly Naked Mile, donating clothing to the Jonnycake Center in Wakefield, RI. Watch the video below! To see more photos, visit the Student Alumni Association Facebook page.