Student Services

The University of Richmond and the School of Professional and Continuing Studies offer the following services and resources for students pursuing degrees in the School. A limited number of these services are available for non-degree seeking academic students.

  • Alumni Association

    Alumni Association

    The mission of SPCS Alumni Association (SPCS AA) is to support the School, students, and alumni through the adoption of projects that provide scholarship assistance for our students and will provide service and social opportunities for alumni. We strongly feel that a cooperative partnership between students, faculty, alumni, and staff advances our mission and creates a culture of fellowship and giving that benefits the entire SPCS community. If your contact information has changed, please update your UR Online online alumni profile to ensure you receive information from the association. Visit the SPCS Alumni Association online.

  • Career Services

    Career Services

    The Office of Alumni and Career Services provides all degree-seeking SPCS students with access to free career consultations, events, and resources, including SpiderConnect, UR’s exclusive online database, which gives you access to job and internship opportunity listings. Students may also utilize the Career Services website, which contains comprehensive career resources including resume samples, guidance on various career paths, and interviewing skills. The career resources library is also available on the third floor of Tyler Haynes Commons. Degree-seeking SPCS students and alumni can schedule an appointment with their dedicated career consultant by calling (804) 289-8547. Visit SPCS Career Services online for more information.

  • Dining Services

    Dining Services

    University of Richmond Dining Services offers an award-winning variety of dining venues, retail stores, catering and events. The main dining facility is the Heilman Dining Center, or ‘D-Hall’, serves nationally ranked all-you-care-to-eat meals, including many cooked-to-order options, with continuous service from breakfast to dinner during the week, and continental breakfast, brunch, and dinner on weekends. ETC, our fully stocked campus convenience store, is located off the main lobby of the HDC. Our newest retail operation, Organic Krush, features an all-organic menu for visitors to the Well-Being Center. Central to campus in the Tyler Haynes Commons are Tyler's, a quick serve restaurant and grill, and The Cellar, an evening gastropub. In Boatwright Library, Eight-Fifteen serves specialty coffee beverages and local baked goods. For something with global flair, try The Passport Café in the Carole Weinstein International Center, or grab a quick sandwich, soup or made-to-order salad at Lou’s in the Robins School of Business. Late night grab-and-go snacks and beverages are available at Dean’s Den, located on the lower level of Whitehurst.

    Hours of Operation and Other Services

    When classes are in session, food is available somewhere on campus as early as 7:00 a.m. during the week and 8:00 a.m. on weekends, until midnight. For a complete list of hours, menus, and additional services including nutrition counseling, to-go meals, catering, and Spider Demo Kitchen events, visit the Dining Services website (dining.richmond.edu).

    SPCS students are eligible to purchase the convenient and flexible Spider Red meal plan which saves more than 12% for each purchase at any University Dining Services location. Please look for more information on the website under Meal Plans.

    The University of Richmond's Dining Services team is committed to providing every customer with exemplary service, outstanding quality food prepared with passion, and commitment to excellence. We hope you enjoy your dining experience with us and welcome your feedback.

  • Disability Services

    Disability Services

    The University seeks to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws regarding the rights of individuals with disabilities. To facilitate such compliance, the Director of Disability Services serves as the University's disability coordinator. The University does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission. Therefore, applicants are not required to provide information about their physical condition or disability status prior to admission. Individuals with disabilities are invited to contact the disability coordinator regarding any accommodations they may require in visiting the campus or upon matriculation. The University provides reasonable adjustments or accommodations in its academic programs as necessary for equal opportunity and participation for qualified students with disabilities. Visit the Disability Services website for additional information.

  • Grievances

    Policies

    The University of Richmond is governed by policy statements that guide individual members in their actions toward each other and toward the larger community. These policy statements support the University's educational mission while seeking to assure that both individual and majority rights are appropriately observed and maintained.

    Students who wish to file a complaint or grievance pertaining to University policies, procedures, or conditions may address their complaint in written form. Review the University’s Grievance and Complaint policy for details and contact information.

  • Health & Well-Being

    Health and Well-being

    The University has formed a Health and Well-being Unit, bringing together the work of Counseling & Psychological Services, Student Health Center, University Recreation, Health Promotion and Disability Services. The Unit provides a holistic, collaborative, and comprehensive approach to supporting the well-being of the campus community. The Well-Being Center is a comprehensive and integrated facility that will include all campus health care in one location, providing easy access for students and designed to be a collaborative high-impact environment to support student learning, student well-being, and student success. The Well-Being Center will play a critical role in the health and well-being of our campus community. For more information, visit urwell.richmond.edu.

    The mission of the Department of Univerity Recreation is to enhance the lives of its members by providing quality recreational and educational programs in an environment that promotes healthy lifestyles, academic productivity and personal growth.

    The Weinstein Center for Recreation provides a comprehensive facility that includes a two-level fitness and wellness center, three-court gymnasium with an elevated walking and jogging track, two multipurpose rooms, pool, racquetball and squash courts, as well as locker room and sauna facilities. Participants experience a full range of cardio and strength equipment, in addition to a wellness resource center and computer lab. Also available for recreational use when not scheduled for programs are outdoor playing fields, eight tennis courts, a 400-meter track and cross country trails. The Fitness program offers a variety of fitness classes that fits every fitness level and offers personal training sessions. In addition, Health Promotion offers special screenings, assessments and services that are offered to address health and wellness needs. Services often include massage therapy, cholesterol screenings, blood pressure checks, nutrition consultation and fitness assessments. The Intramural Sports program offers a wide range of team and individual sports at a variety of skill levels. More than 30 sport clubs provide student leadership opportunities as well as competitive options for students who are not part of the varsity athletic program. The Outdoor Adventure and Recreation (OAR) program offers equipment rental year-round, bike share programs and trips through the academic year, such as kayaking, biking trips, stand up paddleboarding, skiing, and hiking. Participants may also experience the Odyssey Challenge Course, our multi-level ropes course designed to promote confidence, self-esteem, communication and team building. We have a partnership for students with Virginia Commonwealth University for teambuilding programs. The 18-hole HB Clark signature designed Disc Golf Course at the University of Richmond is open for all to play. Many of our facilities are available to reserve for your events. Fees may apply. Visit University Recreation for more information about our facilities, programs and services, or call Member Services at (804) 289-8361.

  • One Card

    Identification Card/One Card Services

    Each degree-seeking student will be issued a picture identification card (One Card) upon request. This card verifies that the holder is eligible to receive University library and certain other campus privileges. A campus ID is required for check cashing and access to athletic facilities and serves as your meal card if applicable. Neither the card nor its privileges is transferable. Students must present a form of identification (i.e. driver's license, military ID, passport) when applying for their University of Richmond One Card. New students may upload a photo for their One Card after activating their networking ID (netID).

    University students who are eligible for the One Card may sign up for the University's Spidercard Account, a declining-balance program which allows students to access previously deposited funds via their University One Card. The Spidercard Account provides students with the ability to make purchases without carrying cash and can be used at the bookstore, at vending machines and at all campus dining locations. Complete information on the One Card is available on the One Card website.

  • Student Government

    Student Government Association

    The mission of the SPCS SGA is to promote student involvement and make the educational experience as memorable as possible. SGA events include the following:

    • Welcoming students at New Student Orientation
    • The Peer Program for New Students
    • Walking Tour for New Students to our campus
    • Monthly Breakfast Forums for academic & career management and networking opportunities
    • Sponsoring Trick or Treat for SPCS Families
    • Participating in service projects like collecting coats for families in need and collecting items for troops serving in Afghanistan

    The SGA encourages students to take advantage of the opportunities to meet their peers and members of the SPCS faculty and staff as well as other members of the greater UR community and support each other in accomplishing academic and personal goals and objectives. Visit the SGA page for more information.

  • Society for HRM

    Society of Human Resource Management

    The School of Professional and Continuing Studies has a Student Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management.

  • UR ID

    Student Identification Number (UR ID)

    Each student is assigned a randomly generated University of Richmond ID number as the primary identification for University records when he/she enters the University. This eight-digit number is sent by mail to new SPCS students and is printed on each student's One Card (unless the student requests it not be printed).

    A Social Security Number is required to be on file with the University to fulfill IRS and federal reporting requirements.