From orientation to graduation, the mission of OASIS is to help students thrive academically, to challenge them to achieve excellence, and to prepare them for the rigors and excitement of life beyond Rhode Island College. We partner with students to ensure success through mentoring and sharing of expertise. As the largest campus resource providing comprehensive academic support, we endeavor to foster independent learning, academic success, and personal growth in all individuals.
2017 Orientation Leader Application
The Office of Academic Support and Information Services (OASIS) has 9 Orientation Leader (OL) positions available. The position requires a high degree of interpersonal and leadership skills, knowledge of RIC curricula and policies, a GPA of 2.70 or better, and the enthusiasm to help acquaint new students and their families with the college. The salary is $1,900.
Student Assistance and
Learning Success (SAILS)
What is SAILS
The SAILS (Early Alert) program at RIC is a systematic and collaborative effort between faculty and staff designed to improve the rate of student academic success. The goal of SAILS is to promote and increase academic persistence, retention and success by intervening early in the semester with students who are demonstrating behaviors that are likely to result in poor performance in their classes. Identification and referral of students who are struggling in their courses in the first weeks of the semester may help them connect with services that can support their academic needs and at times their personal lives as well.
Hours of Operation
|Monday - Thursday||8 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|