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Rhode Island College Scholarships

600 Mount Pleasant Ave Tuition In/Out-State: $6,530 / $17,228 Total Fall Enrollment: 9,155
Providence , RI 02908 Books and Supplies: $1,000 Applicants Admitted: 75%
(401) 456-8000 On-campus Room and Board: $9,534 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 87%
http://www.ric.edu Undergraduate Application Fee: $50 Receiving Institutional Aid: 44% , $4,041 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics
  • Rhode Island College General Information

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    Address 600 Mount Pleasant Ave, Providence, RI 02908
    Phone Number (401) 456-8000
    Web Address http://www.ric.edu
    Mission Statement Building on its historic roots in teacher education and its current status as the largest preparer of educators in the State, Rhode Island College aspires to be broadly recognized for the excellence of its academic, public service, and cultural programs. Widely known for its curricula in education, fine and performing arts, nursing, and social work, the College is equally committed to offering a broad array of undergraduate arts and sciences and professional majors.

    The College is dedicated to ensuring that each student experience academic life in a caring community where education is informed by serious inquiry, civic engagement, and open discourse; and, its faculty continually strive to fulfill the promise of the liberal arts education: an open and inquiring mind. As the State's single comprehensive institution of higher education, the College fulfills Rhode Island's promise of affordable access to superior higher education for traditional and non-traditional students alike—because, to foster the growth and development of each individual enriches everyone.

    The College further fulfills its responsibility through the public service, continuing education offerings, and cultural opportunities it provides for the citizens of Rhode Island.
    Type of School Four or more years, Public
    Religious affiliation None
    Highest degree offered Doctor's degree - research/scholarship
    Calendar Semester
    Setting Large suburb
    Distance learning opportunities No

    Rhode Island College Size

    Total enrollment 9,155
    Enrolled full time 6,039
    Enrolled part time 3,116

    Rhode Island College Student Body

    Men enrolled full time 2,057
    Women enrolled full time 3,982
    American Indian/Alaskan Native -
    Asian/Pacific Islander -
    Black/Non-Hispanic -
    Hispanic -
    White/Non-Hispanic -
    Non-Resident Alien 0%
    Race/ethnicity unknown 29%
  • Rhode Island College Admission Basics

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    Open admission policy No
    Undergraduate Application fee $50
    Applied 3,955
    Admitted 2,976
    Enrolled 1,127
    Admitted % 75%

    Rhode Island College Admission factors

    Admission test scores Required
    Secondary school GPA Recommended
    Secondary school rank Recommended
    Secondary school record Required
    TOEFL Required
    Completion of college preparatory program Required
    Recommendations Required
    Formal demonstration of competencies Neither required nor recommended

    Rhode Island College Admission statistics

    Students submitting SAT 91%
    SAT 1 Verbal 25th percentile score 420
    SAT 1 Verbal 75th percentile score 520
    SAT 1 Math 25th percentile score 420
    SAT 1 Math 75th percentile score 520
    Students submitting ACT 6%
    ACT Composite 25th percentile score 16
    ACT Composite 75th percentile score 20
  • Rhode Island College Cost

    In-State Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $6,530
    Out-of-state Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $17,228
    Books and Supplies $1,000
    On-campus room and board $9,534
    Off-campus room and board $12,100

    Rhode Island College Financial Aid

    Students Receiving Aid 87%
    Receiving Federal Grants 46% , $4,465 on average
    Receiving Institutional Aid 44% , $4,041 on average
    Receiving Student Loans 68% , $5,624 on average
  • Rhode Island College Programs & Majors

    Graduates in 2012/2013 academic year.

    AREA, ETHNIC, CULTURAL, GENDER, AND GROUP STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    African-American/Black Studies 0 0 0
    Latin American Studies 0 0 0
    Women's Studies 5 0 0
    BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Biology/Biological Sciences, General 46 0 0
    BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Accounting 82 8 0
    Business Administration and Management, General 93 0 0
    Finance, General 22 0 0
    Management Information Systems, General 18 0 0
    Marketing/Marketing Management, General 27 0 0
    COMMUNICATION, JOURNALISM, AND RELATED PROGRAMS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Speech Communication and Rhetoric 85 0 0
    COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SUPPORT SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Computer and Information Sciences, General 12 0 0
    EDUCATION Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Art Teacher Education 5 1 0
    Biology Teacher Education 1 0 0
    Chemistry Teacher Education 1 0 0
    Early Childhood Education and Teaching 6 3 0
    Education, General 0 0 5
    Education, Other 0 0 0
    Educational Leadership and Administration, General 0 11 0
    Elementary Education and Teaching 44 15 0
    English/Language Arts Teacher Education 12 0 0
    Foreign Language Teacher Education 0 0 0
    French Language Teacher Education 0 0 0
    Health Teacher Education 17 7 0
    History Teacher Education 8 0 0
    Kindergarten/Preschool Education and Teaching 1 0 0
    Mathematics Teacher Education 10 0 0
    Music Teacher Education 6 0 0
    Physical Education Teaching and Coaching 9 0 0
    Physics Teacher Education 0 0 0
    Reading Teacher Education 0 15 0
    Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education 0 0 0
    Secondary Education and Teaching 0 10 0
    Social Science Teacher Education 2 0 0
    Social Studies Teacher Education 1 0 0
    Spanish Language Teacher Education 5 0 0
    Special Education and Teaching, General 71 10 0
    Special Education and Teaching, Other 0 19 0
    Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Other 0 0 0
    Teacher Education, Multiple Levels 0 0 0
    Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language/ESL Language Instructor 0 12 0
    Technical Teacher Education 2 0 0
    Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Education 2 1 0
    ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES AND ENGINEERING-RELATED FIELDS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Industrial Technology/Technician 0 0 0
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE/LETTERS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Creative Writing 10 2 0
    English Language and Literature, General 48 3 0
    FOREIGN LANGUAGES, LITERATURES, AND LINGUISTICS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Foreign Languages and Literatures, General 0 0 0
    French Language and Literature 1 0 0
    Spanish Language and Literature 13 0 0
    HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED PROGRAMS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist 1 0 0
    Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer 5 0 0
    Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse 162 7 0
    HISTORY Bachelor Master Doctorate
    History, General 33 2 0
    HOMELAND SECURITY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIREFIGHTING AND RELATED PROTECTIVE SERVICES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Criminal Justice/Safety Studies 67 0 0
    LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES AND HUMANITIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 6 6 0
    MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Mathematics, General 11 5 0
    PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Philosophy 12 0 0
    PHYSICAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Chemistry, General 8 0 0
    Physics, General 0 0 0
    PSYCHOLOGY Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Counseling Psychology 0 36 0
    Educational Psychology 0 0 0
    Psychology, General 156 4 0
    Psychology, Other 12 0 0
    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Public Administration 7 0 0
    Social Work 62 53 0
    SOCIAL SCIENCES Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Anthropology 14 0 0
    Economics, General 5 0 0
    Geography 5 0 0
    Political Science and Government, General 23 0 0
    Social Sciences, General 0 0 0
    Sociology 40 0 0
    VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Art History, Criticism and Conservation 2 0 0
    Dance, General 1 0 0
    Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 14 0 0
    Film/Cinema/Video Studies 15 0 0
    Fine/Studio Arts, General 39 0 0
    Intermedia/Multimedia 0 4 0
    Music Performance, General 6 0 0
    Music, General 10 0 0
  • Rhode Island College Deadlines

    Regular Admissions

    Regular application deadline March 15
    Priority application deadline -
    Fall application deadline March 15
    SAT Reasoning / ACT scores due March 15
    SAT Subject score report due March 15
    College will notify student by December 15
    Student must reply to acceptance by May 1
    Deadline for housing deposit May 15

    Financial Aid

    Financial aid priority deadline March 1
    Financial aid deadline -
    College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about -
    Student must reply to financial aid decision by May 1

    Early Decision/Action

    Early decision deadline -
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    Early action deadline -
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    Transfer Students

    Transfer priority application deadline -
    Transfer priority financial aid deadline May 15
    Transfer application closing date June 15
    Transfer deadline for filing financial aid forms -
    College will notify student of transfer decision by -
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Special Talent Awards

Scholarship Description
Special Talent Awards were established to recognize and encourage students who have exceptional talent or skill in the visual and performing arts, areas of intercollegiate competition (other than athletics), or similar fields. Currently, the College offers Special Talent Awards in the following areas: art, communications, dance, film studies, music, and theatre. While the requirements for these awards vary by department, award competition is open to entering freshmen and transfer students. Awards range from $100 to $2,500. Applicants should contact the academic department or club advisor in their area of interest.
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$100 - $2,500
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