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The Undergraduate Experience

Majors and Minors

With over 45 majors and minors we have the right program to fit your passion and prepare you for success.

Why RWU?

Through hands-on learning led by expert faculty and staff that is focused on tackling real-world problems, RWU prepares students for successful lives and great careers.

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The Right Decision

Brittany Watson, RWU Class of 2019
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Brittany Watson chose RWU because of its warm, welcoming community. Now, more than ever, Watson is convinced she made the right decision.

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Outstanding Academics

With over 45 majors and minors and an innovative Core Curriculum we have the right program to fit your passion and prepare you for success.

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Student Life and Athletics

With over 70 clubs and organizations and 23 varsity sports serving a diverse and inclusive student body, learning, discovery and personal growth is not limited to the classroom at RWU. There is always something happening on our beautiful seaside campus for you to enjoy.

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Making a Great Education Possible

In an incredibly complex, global economy, a college education remains one of best pathways to a meaningful career and a meaningful life. At RWU, we are committed to making a great education possible for you with a personalized approach to Financial Aid.

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Learn More and Apply

Your undergraduate degree sets you up for many of your future successes. From visiting campus to applying to registering for orientation we're to help you at every step of the admission process.

  • Roger Life: During DC Internships, Deepening Their Commitment to Create Change

    As part of RWU’s partnership with the Washington Internship Institute, sophomores Dominion Emmanuel and Blessing Pour are in the nation's capital this semester. Emmanuel is interning at Dzubow & Pilcher, PLLC, a D.C. immigration law firm specializing in asylum. Pour is interning for the Prisoners' Rights Initiative at the Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs.

  • Roger Life: Grayson Scanlon is Here and Proud

    “Growing up, a lot of my queer identity was founded in an online community. To go to college and be able to celebrate my queer and trans friendships in-person means so much to me," says Junior Grayson Scanlon, Sexuality and Gender Alliance's Outreach Chair. "When we had to be remote in the spring of 2020, it felt like I had to regress to having that identity only be online. Being able to go back on campus is a big deal because we are still here and proud, despite everything that is going on.”

  • Roger Life: Using their Brains, for Science Communication

    Josh Abston and Mackenzie Seccombe, founders of RWU’s Brain Club, are bringing neuroscience to Rhode Island elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. They created a science experiment to virtually share with participating schools for Brain Week Rhode Island, which ran from March 15-20, 2021.