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.
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.
From visiting campus, to applying, to financial aid, we're here to help you at every step of the admission process.
With over 70 clubs and organizations serving a diverse and inclusive student body on a beautiful coastal campus, learning, discovery and growth is not limited to the classroom at RWU.
At Roger Williams University we believe in building a strong mind and healthy body. For our outstanding student-athletes in 23 varsity sports and 8 club sports, this means excellence in competition and in the classroom. For our entire student body this means access to state-of-the-art recreation facilities and a range of fun, active intramural sports and activities.
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We want to get to know you and for you to get to know us, so we are offering a variety of visit experiences. Join us to see campus and to hear from staff, faculty and RWU students about their experiences. You can connect with us virtually and/or in-person!
Love where you live! Learn more about Bristol, Rhode Island, and all the town and community has to offer.
We know that prospective transfer students have different questions and needs from traditional, first-year students. That’s why we offer several transfer-specific visit experiences. We’re here to answer your questions and make your transition and process as seamless as possible. Events include transfer information sessions and one-on-one meetings with our transfer counselor.
Advanced Construction Materials and Methods Lab students are assembling and disassembling a small, to-scale single-family home in the heart of RWU’s Bristol campus for the first time, in the new SECCM Labs building.
RWU Associate Professor of Creative Writing Renée Soto and her friend and colleague, a Queens University of Charlotte professor, collaborate on podcast developed to provide their students with engaging asynchronous poetry education.
RWU professors are finding new opportunities for experiential, student-centered approaches to teaching and learning across the grounds of the Bristol campus