Rhode Island Best Colleges

Check out the best colleges in Rhode Island and estimate chance to get it.

Brown University is ranked top in the Rhode Island Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Providence College and University of Rhode Island are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 8 Rhode Island Best Colleges is 1,228 and ACT average scores is 79. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 66% and the average graduation rate is 74%. The average tuition & fees are $12,072 for in-state students and $40,350 for out-of-state students at the 8 Rhode Island Best Colleges.
Rhode Island Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Brown University (93.8)Private,4 yearsProvidence, Rhode Island 1,505 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
7% $58,404 10,257 95%
2Providence College (86.0)Private,4 yearsProvidence, Rhode Island 1,280 (SAT)
86 (ACT)
47% $52,438 4,674 86%
3University of Rhode Island (85.7)Public,4 yearsKingston, Rhode Island 1,145 (SAT)
75 (ACT)
75% $14,566 (in-state)
$31,686(out-of-state)
17,777 67%
4Rhode Island College (84.9)Public,4 yearsProvidence, Rhode Island 980 (SAT)
53 (ACT)
78% $9,578 (in-state)
$23,043(out-of-state)
7,766 50%
5Bryant University (84.3)Private,4 yearsSmithfield, Rhode Island - 71% $45,395 3,788 81%
6Salve Regina University (84.0)Private,4 yearsNewport, Rhode Island - 74% $41,450 2,647 72%
7Roger Williams University (83.9)Private,4 yearsBristol, Rhode Island - 85% $36,978 4,860 70%
8Johnson & Wales University-Providence (83.6)Private,4 yearsProvidence, Rhode Island - 93% $33,404 7,360 67%
Average1,228 (SAT)
79 (ACT)
66% $12,072 (in-state)
$40,350(out-of-state)
7,39173.50%