College Deliberately: Ranked colleges in Rhode Island

A very small state with a small population, Rhode Island has 13 colleges and universities, 3 of which are public, 10 are private-not-for-profit and 0 is private-for-profit. The distribution of undergraduate students in these colleges is compared to national averages.
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College Capacity

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Rhode Island has approximately 6.5 undergraduate seats per 100 residents, which is higher than the national average of 5.4 seats per 100 state residents.

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Rhode Island colleges are, on average, more expensive than colleges in other states. Public institutions are more expensive than the national average for public colleges. Private not-for-profit institutions are more expensive than the national average for private not-for-profit colleges.
Browse the most and least expensive colleges in Rhode Island
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