2022 Rhode Island Best College Rankings
Brown University ranked first and University of Rhode Island ranked second in Rhode Island college rankings. The 2022 average tuition & fees of the Rhode Island best colleges is $34,123 for Rhode Island residents and $43,181 for out-of-state students. The average acceptance rate is 68.90% and the average SAT score is 1,285. The average number of student population is 7,039 and the average student to faculty ratio is 13 to 1.
Below statements summarize the average statistics of tuition, admission, and more academic factors for Rhode Island best colleges. For the statistics, we only include 4 years colleges such as national universities and liberal arts colleges.
- The average undergraduate tuition & fees is $43,181 and Brown University has the highest tuition & fees of $62,304 and Rhode Island College has the lowest tuition & fees of $25,900.
- The average graduate tuition & fees is $26,500 and Brown University has the highest tuition & fees of $62,083 and Providence College has the lowest tuition & fees of $9,750.
- The average SAT score is 1,285 and Brown University has the highest SAT score of 1,515 and University of Rhode Island has the lowest score of 1,190.
- The average acceptance rate is 68.90% and Brown University has the tightest (lowest) rate of 6% and Roger Williams University has the loosest (lowest) rate of 91%.
- The average student population is 7,039 and University of Rhode Island has the most students of 17,649 and Salve Regina University has the fewest students of 2,771.
- The average graduation rate is 73.88% and Brown University has the highest rate of 96% and Rhode Island College has the lowest rate of 46%.
Rhode Island Best Colleges Comparison
The below table compares the 8 best colleges in Rhode Island. You can sort the table by touching/clicking a column name that your want sort.
|Rank||College Name||Undergraduate Tuition & Fees||Graduate Tuition & Fees||SAT Score||Acceptance Rate||Population||Graduation Rate||Student to Faculty Ratio|
|$62,304||$62,083||1,515||5.5%||9,948||96%||6 to 1|
|2||University of Rhode Island|
|$33,354||$29,774||1,190||76.5%||17,649||70%||17 to 1|
|$55,988||$9,750||1,225||58.0%||4,821||89%||11 to 1|
|4||Salve Regina University|
|$44,200||$11,730||-||73.4%||2,771||73%||13 to 1|
|$47,782||$47,720||1,210||73.6%||3,674||84%||13 to 1|
|6||Rhode Island College|
|$25,900||$17,834||-||84.8%||7,072||46%||14 to 1|
|7||Johnson & Wales University-Providence|
|$36,324||$14,706||-||88.4%||5,676||63%||16 to 1|
|8||Roger Williams University|
|$39,594||$18,406||-||91.0%||4,702||70%||15 to 1|
|Average||$43,181||$26,500||1,285||68.9%||7,039||74%||13 to 1|