Diversity in Rhode Island Community Colleges
Rhode Island community colleges have an average diversity score of 0.64 (2022).
The most diverse college is New England Institute of Technology, with a diversity score of 0.74.
Johnson & Wales University Photo - The Downcity Campus is anchored by Gaebe Commons, a popular hub of student activity, and surrounded by a variety of shops, restaurants, cafs, music venues and a picturesque riverfront. This campus is home to students who study business, hospitality, engineering & design, health & wellness and arts & sciences programs
Diversity Score Range: 0.56 0.74 Avg. Diversity Score: 1
Diversity in Rhode Island Community Colleges (2022)
- College Diversity Score Location
- Rank: #11.0.74
One New England Tech Boulevard
East Greenwich, RI 02818
- Rank: #22.0.64
400 East Ave
Warwick, RI 02886
- Rank: #33.0.56
8 ABBOTT PARK PL
Providence, RI 02903
While intended to regulate for-profit vocational colleges, the Gainful Employment Rule may hurt public community colleges. Learn about the new Department of Education rule and how it may impact your education.
While community colleges are a very affordable option over four-year universities, some campuses are increasing their tuition either across the board or for popular degree programs.
Learn more about The College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007 ("CCRAA" or the "Act"), which was enacted to make college more affordable for low- and moderate-income students by phasing in increases in government grants.