URI Faculty/Staff Tour Request
The Inner Space Center (ISC) welcomes University of Rhode Island faculty, staff, and students, but the ISC is a working facility. All staff members are paid on federal grants, and the ISC does not have staff regularly available to provide tours. Provided there is a staff member available and the ISC schedule is open, an ISC staff member may be available to lead a facility tour, on request, for URI faculty/classes, staff, and ISC partners. All other guests are invited to book a paid tour.
To tour the ISC, all requests must be made through this online booking system with at least 96 hours notice. Requests for tours of the ISC are dependent on staff schedules, programming, and expeditions in progress. Therefore, a request for tours cannot be guaranteed. Once the tour request is made in the online system, a reservation confirmation or notice that the tour date is not available will be sent to the email address provided.
Graduate School of Oceanography faculty or staff members are welcome to provide tours of the ISC for their classes or guests themselves. Requests for these tours must also be booked online with at least 96 hours in advance. Requesters must receive a confirmation by email to ensure that the ISC is available on the requested date. Once the tour request is made in the online system, a reservation confirmation or notice that the tour date is not available will be sent to the email address provided.
All tour requesters must complete the online form and have received an email confirmation. Otherwise, the tour is not considered as booked.
URI faculty/staff member full name
Describe who will be on the tour
Type of group requesting a tour
URI Undergraduate Class
URI/GSO Graduate Class
State of Rhode Island
Date Requested (with at least 96 hours notice)
Standard tour is 45 mins.; do you want a different duration?
Will the URI faculty/staff member be with the group?
Will the URI faculty/staff member give the tour?
Are you requesting an ISC Tour Guide?
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