Scholarships inspire students to work hard, think big, and achieve their goals. You can contribute to an existing fund or create your own scholarship to attract talented students from a variety of backgrounds to learn at URI and become innovators and leaders.
Your gift to RhodyNow: Scholarship will go to work right away to help students stay enrolled and focus on their goals even when sudden challenges arise. Immediate-use scholarships like this one support deserving students across all colleges and programs.
You can find more options by clicking the categories on our giving page.
Scholarship support for immediate-use financial aid, named for your family or for an influential person in your life. You can designate your Rhody Scholars gift to the college or program of your choice. For this option, we request a commitment of $25,000 over five years ($5,000 per year).
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Scholarship support for immediate-use financial aid, named for your family or for an influential person in your life. For this option, we request a commitment of $10,000 over four years ($2,500 per year).
An endowed scholarship provides perpetual support for students. You can contribute to the established Endowed Scholarship Fund today, or establish and name an endowed scholarship of your own.
Your endowed scholarship creates a fund to be invested with the URI endowment. As the investment grows so does the benefit to students. Individual endowed scholarships begin at $50,000.
To discuss endowed scholarships, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.874.7900.
Fellowships attract the most promising and driven scholars from around the world to study, teach, and conduct research at URI. Graduate research fuels future discoveries and boosts URI’s academic reputation. Strong graduate student support is key to building the next generation of leaders and continuing our University’s growth. Endowed graduate fellowships begin at $500,000.
To discuss graduate fellowships, contact us at email@example.com or 401.874.7900.
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