Congratulations on Your Acceptance!

Celebrate your acceptance to RWU!

You've worked hard and earned this! We hope to welcome you to our community as a member of the incoming class this fall!

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    This website is your guide to all kinds of helpful information, next steps, upcoming accepted student events, and is your connection to the college and fellow accepted students. 

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    Made your decision?

    Secure your spot for fall 2021 today. We are thrilled to welcome you aboard!

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Class of 2025

Connect with Classmates

We encourage you to join the Class of 2025 Instagram page (includes all accepted students including first-year and transfer). 

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Information for Transfer Students

Transfer students are an integral and influential part of our student body, and we know that your needs will be different than first-year students. We're excited to have you join our community and will work to make the transition and process as seamless and smooth as possible. Approximately a week after you receive your acceptance package, we will email you a transfer credit evaluation (if you haven’t already received one). Have questions about next steps? Email Mary Bubar

Email Mary Bubar, Transfer Admission Coordinator
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Information for International Students

Making a college decision is a big choice for every admitted student, but even more so for our international students. We are excited to have you join our community and to make the process as smooth as possible. We are dedicated to help you succeed and adjust to life in the U.S. Have questions about next steps? Email us

Review RWU’s Visa & I-20 Process
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Connect With Us

We are offering a variety of visit experiences. Join us in-person and virtually to see campus and to hear from staff, faculty and RWU students about their experiences. 

Check Out Offerings
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Campus Safety

We're so proud of how our community came together this fall and spring. That success didn't happen by chance, it took a lot of hard work and dedication from the entire RWU family to establish and carry out our Reopening Roger plans. 

Beyond COVID safety and protocols, it's also worth noting that our location in Bristol, Rhode Island is ranked as one of the safest college towns in the country by, and recognized by Architectural Digest as one of the top small towns to visit in the United States.

Check out our Reopening Roger Plans

Have questions? We're here to help!

Mary Bubar

Mary is Here to Help

Your admission counselor, Mary Bubar is here to help you with all your questions and connect you with the right members of our community to explore RWU more deeply. Consider her your personal concierge on your journey!

Meet Your Counselor
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Have Questions About Financial Aid?

Contact Admission at 1-800-458-7144, Ext. 3500 or, or Financial Aid at 1-800-458-7144, Ext. 3100 or Schedule an appointment with us below, we can help break down your RWU aid package and answer any questions you have!

Schedule a Financial Aid Counseling Session
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Made your decision?

Ready to secure your spot for fall 2021? We are thrilled to welcome you to the RWU community! So what do you need to do now? Complete your reply form, and submit your deposit(s) to officially reserve your spot.

Pay Deposit

Stories of Roger Life

  • Roger Life: Intern at State Legislatures Honing Policy Skills Before Law School

    Political Science major Rachael Rooklin '21 served as an intern at the Rhode Island General Assembly this semester, writing policy on providing more affordable mental health care access for Rhode Island’s unhoused population. She will intern at the Massachusetts Legislature this summer as she prepares to apply for law school, and hopes to become a disability-rights lawyer and activist.

  • Roger Life: From Undergraduate Research to Tropical Coral Career

    Marine Biology major Tommy Demarco ’21 will apply what he learned through his undergraduate research at RWU to his new career as a Microbiology Technician at the Smithsonian Marine Station in Fort Pierce, Fla. Demarco will be working to support coral reef resilience and survival, focusing on tropical coral recruitment and stony coral tissue loss disease.

  • Roger Life: College Degree a Lifelong Goal for UC’s Cheryl Vertefeuille

    University College student Cheryl Vertefeuille '21 will accomplish a life goal when she graduates next Saturday with a Bachelor's Degree in Technology, Leadership, and Management: “It's been a long time coming. I feel relief, excitement, and joy.” At Commencement, Vertefeuille will be wearing a stole that says "First Generation,” with her two teenagers in the audience as she proudly walks across the stage.