Rhode Island College is a public graduate school in North Providence, Rhode Island in the Providence Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 1,094 graduate students. The 42 graduate programs at Rhode Island College are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at Rhode Island College are Social Work, Special Education and Teaching, and Counseling Psychology. 81% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Social Work84 Students
Special Education and Teaching22 Students
Counseling Psychology19 Students
Teaching English as a Second Language19 Students
Geriatric Nursing16 Students
Elementary Education14 Students
Mental Health Counseling14 Students
Early Childhood Special Education8 Students
Rhode Island College Graduate Reviews
Rhode Island College has been such an amazing experience. Although it is a small commuter school, they have plenty of activities and student organizations to be involved in. I completed my undergraduate degree in the Feinstein School of Education and am now continuing onto my graduate degree in Social Work. I suggest taking advantage of professors office hours and spent time on campus! Also, Learning 4 Life (L4L) and ALLIED (leadership course)
Rhode Island College is a small, tightly knit community of teachers and students. This allows for relatively small class sizes that help you truly learn. The professors are extremely caring and helpful. They often stay after class and make appointments for extra help if needed. I would 100% recommend this college. Thank you for an amazing education RIC!!
Amazing School or business. A lot of new buildings and updated technology. Great for academics, classes are small and interactive. Professors are helpful and always available.