Rhode Island is considered to be the smallest state of New England in accordance with area which is been located in North Eastern corner of United States. Currently there’s 14 universities and colleges among which 5 have been discussed below.
Providence College | Tuition Fee $28,920
This institution is privately owned which is located in Providence and was founded in the year 1917. This college is affiliated from Catholic Church and there is around 4,000 students.
Brown University | Tuition Fee: $35584
This is a privately owned institution which has been established since 1764. United State’s News and World Report has graded and ranked this university in the 14th place among all the available universities in the nation. This is university has been located in Providence which is the capital city of Rhode Island and currently it has roughly 5800 undergraduate students. This university is famous in United States, as this is the first university to admit the students for institution without giving prominence for their religion.
University of Rhode Island | Tuition Fee: 6,440 | Non residents: $21,294
This is a public university which has been located in Kingston city which got founded in the year 1892 and today there’s around 15,000 under graduate students. This university was famous as they started with only agricultural college and today there are other eight colleges like Arts & Science, Pharmacy, Human Science, Life Science, Nursing, Environmental, Business and Oceanography.
Johnson & Wales University | Tuition Fee: $20,478.
This University is located in the Providence city which is a capital of Rhode Island. This is a privately owned institution and was founded in the year 1904. This university gives more stress on the career orientation education and has grabbed around 15,000 student’s interest. There many students joining this institution for some degree program which is recognized nation wide like culinary arts, business and technology. Tyler Florence, Emeril Lagasse, Michelle Bernstein and Sam Talbot are few notable graduates in culinary arts from this university. The tuition fee for under graduation per year is around
Rhode Island College | Tuition Fee: $5,256 | Non Residents: $13,664
This educational institution got founded in the year 1854 which is a public institution located in the Providence city, the capital of Rhode Island. This institution offers wide variety of courses and for under graduation there are around 90 programs and 30 programs for graduation. There’s approximately 9,000 under grad students. This college consists of 5 different schools for Nursing, Management, Social work, Arts & Science faculty and Education & human development.