Uri course catalog fall 2020

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Academic Calendar

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR

FALL SEMESTER August

19

ThursdayFall registration begins for non-degree students (undergrad)

24

TuesNew Faculty Orientation

27

FridayFall waiver registration for senior citizens, and students with unemployment waiversSeptember

6

MondayLabor Day (college closed, library closed)8WednesdayFall classes begin.15WednesdayFirst Year Convocation15WednesdayLast day to add without permission from department; students may still drop classes without permission22WednesdayLast day to add/drop (instructor permission required to add)October

11

Monday Columbus Day (college closed, library open--holiday hours)13WednesdayMonday classes meet

16

SaturdayMake-up day (if needed and so designated by administration)November3WednesdayMid-semester grades due by noon

12

FridayLast day for faculty to issue a W to students as a final grade

11

ThursdayVeteran's Day – (classes held; offices closed)

13

SaturdayMake-up day (if needed and so designated by administration)

17

WednesdaySpring and Early Spring registration begins for degree students

25 - 26

Thursday - FridayThanksgiving Recess

29

MondayClasses resume

29

MondayEarly Spring registration begins for all non-degree students (contact Records Office)

30

TuesdayRegistration begins for non-degree graduate studentsDecember

4

SaturdayMake-up day (if needed and so designated by administration)

18

SaturdayFall semester classes end

20

MondayFinal examinations begin

23

ThursdayFinal examinations end

27

MondayChristmas Day observed (college closed, library closed)EARLY SPRING

28

TuesdayEarly Spring classes begin

31

FridayNew Year’s Day observed (college closed, library closed)SPRING SEMESTER January3MondayFinal Grades Due at PM

10

MondaySpring registration begins for non-degree students (undergrad)

14

FridayEarly Spring classes end; Spring waiver registration, senior citizens, and students with unemployment waivers

17

MondayMartin Luther King Day (college closed, library closed)

18

TuesdaySpring classes begin

24

MondayLast day to add without permission from department; students may still drop classes without permission

31

MondayLast day for add/dropFebruary

19

SaturdayMake up day (if needed and so designated by administration)

21

  MondaySummer registration begins for degree students

28

MondaySummer registration begins for non-degree studentsMarch

7

MondaySpring recess begins

14

MondayClasses resume

19

SaturdayMake up day (if needed and so designated by administration)

23

WednesdayMid-semester grades dueApril

6

WednesdayLast day for faculty to issue a W to students as a final grade

11

MondayFall registration begins for degree students

23

  SaturdayMake up day (if needed and so designated by administration)

25

MondayNon-degree graduate student registration for fall

27

WednesdayCap and Gown ConvocationMay

2

MondayLast day of classes

3

TuesdayReading Day

4

WednesdayFinal examinations begin

10

TuesdayFinal examinations end

11

WednesdaySenior grades due by pm

13

FridayAll other grades due by pm

13

FridaySummer Session I waiver registration senior citizens, and students with unemployment waivers

14

SaturdayGraduate/Undergraduate CommencementSUMMER SESSIONS

16

MondaySummer Session I begins

20

FridayLast day for adding or dropping courses without a charge (Summer Session I)

30

MondayMemorial Day (college closed, library closed)June

24

FridaySummer Session I ends;  Summer Session II waiver registration for senior citizens, and students with unemployment waivers

27

MondaySummer Session II begins

28

TuesdaySummer Session I grades are due by pmJuly

1

FridayLast day for adding or dropping courses without a charge (Summer Session II)

4

MondayIndependence Day Observed (college closed, library closed)August

5

FridaySummer Session II ends

8

MondayVictory Day – (college closed, library closed)

10

WednesdaySummer Session II grades are due by pm

NOTE: Calendar subject to change
PEC-approved, as amended

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Fall Update

Learn more about UC Berkeley's plans for the fall semester on the return to campus site or the Instruction FAQ.

Students: Get free, digital access to books, articles, videos for your classes!

Are you concerned about the high costs of course materials — whether they’re books, articles, or videos? The Library can help! Before registering for a course, you can ask the instructor whether the material will be available via e-reserves, which will provide you with free access to the required materials. After you register, you can look this up in bCourses, if the class has a bCourse site.  Refer to this Link for more information, including how to contact the e-reserves team with questions or comments.

Mode of Instruction and Class Notes

Updates to Mode of Instruction and Class Notes are made nightly on this website. For the most up-to-date information, current students may use the CalCentral schedule of classes. Refer to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for more information. IMPORTANT: the schedule of classes is still subject to change. Updates are made as information becomes available.

How to Search

The Class Schedule is a robust tool to help you explore Berkeley’s curricula and find classes that fit your needs. Try the methods below to search your way:

Subject Search
For an alphanumeric list of classes within a subject, select a subject from the DEPARTMENT SUBJECT drop-down menu above. Classes offered under that subject will display.

Keyword Search
Enter keywords in the search box above to find topics, subjects, or course elements that interest you.

Major Requirements Search
Use the Search Major Requirements filter in the left menu bar. Start by selecting your requirement year to find classes that meet requirements for the following majors: Bioengineering, Classical Civilizations, Cognitive Science, Data Science, Economics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, English, Environmental Earth Science, Environmental Economics and Policy, Environmental Sciences, Gender and Women’s Studies, Integrative Biology, Landscape Architecture, Mathematics, Molecular and Cell Biology, Molecular Environmental Biology, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Urban Studies.

This search feature is brought to you by the Student Technology Fund.

Instructor Search
Type the name of an instructor into the instructor search field on the left menu bar to see which classes an instructor has taught or is currently teaching (results depend upon what semesters/summer sessions are selected).

Additional Filters
The filters on the left allow you to narrow your search to classes with open seats, breadth requirements, days offered, and more.Scroll down to see all the options. All start and end times for classes are stated in Berkeley local time. 

Questions?  
Review our Using the Class Schedule webpage.

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Students who are eager to pursue vocational careers, but don’t have the time to sit in a traditional classroom, can rest assured that their goals are still within reach. Online education at the career or vocational level is not only available, it is gaining traction among students who recognize the value of earning their education without sacrificing work, family obligations and more.

Is online school a good idea?

Yes, online schooling is the best idea for every learner. Online students may participate in live interactions and real-time feedback for such things as quizzes and tests. Instructor and student exchanges occur in the virtual world through such methods as chat, e-mail or other web-based communication.

Is financial aid available?

Just as financial aid is available for students who attend traditional schools, online students are eligible for the same – provided that the school they attend is accredited. Federal financial aid, aid on the state level, scholarships and grants are all available for those who seek them out. Here’s what students need to know about financial aid for online schools.

Is online study good or bad?

Online schooling is a good option if you do good time management and follow a well prepared time table. Consider it as a great opportunity to learn more and learn better! As we all know excess of everything is bad. Everything has a limit if u doing it in efficient and effective manner.

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