Rhode Island Community Colleges
Community colleges, formerly known as junior colleges, are 2-year higher education institutions that provide postsecondary courses leading to certificate and associate degree as a pathway to a four-year degree. Below is a list of all community colleges in the state of Rhode Island. For each college, you will see the name of current president, website URL, street address, phone number, postal code and city location. See Countryaah.com for the list of all cities and towns in Rhode Island.
Rhode Island is home to four community colleges: Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI), New England Institute of Technology (NEIT), Rhode Island College (RIC) and University of Rhode Island (URI). Each college offers its own unique programs, resources, and opportunities for students.
Community College of Rhode Island is the state’s largest public two-year institution, with campuses in Warwick, Lincoln, Providence and Newport. CCRI offers a wide range of associate degrees and certificates in areas such as business administration, computer science, engineering technology, health science and more. In addition to academic programs CCRI also provides career services that can help students find jobs after graduation.
New England Institute of Technology is located in East Greenwich and provides certificates and associate degrees in subjects such as automotive technology, electrical engineering technology or nursing. NEIT also has a robust online learning program which allows students to pursue their studies from anywhere with an internet connection.
Rhode Island College is located in Providence and provides certificates and associate degrees in fields such as accounting/business administration or criminal justice/law enforcement. RIC also has an extensive career services department that assists students with job search strategies workshops to help them find employment after graduation.
Finally University of Rhode Island is located in Kingston and offers certificates and associate degrees in a variety of disciplines including accounting/business administration; computer science/information systems; health sciences; hospitality management; marketing/sales management; nursing assistant training; paralegal studies; psychology/social work or web design/development. URI also provides continuing education courses designed to help individuals stay up-to-date on the latest trends in their field or develop new skills for career advancement.
Ultimately, the many community colleges throughout Rhode Island provide access to high quality education that can prepare individuals for success both personally and professionally while providing an affordable option close to home – making them an attractive choice for many prospective students!
- Searchforpublicschools.com: Offers a list of all public K12 schools in Rhode Island by county, including elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.
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