Rhode Island Colleges 2017 Tuition & Fees Distribution (A to Z)

Next chart illustrate the 2017 tuition & fees distribution of universities and colleges located in Rhode Island State. The chart is arranged from left to right in alphabetical order by college name (a to z). You may want to see detail tuition and other costs information by clicking bar in the chart for your desired school.
Rhode Island Colleges 2017 Tuition & Fees Distribution

2017 Costs of Attendance (COA)

The average COA of Rhode Island universities and colleges in 2017 is $25,090 for Rhode Island residents and $36,717 for students from other States including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room & board (on-campus), and other living expenses.
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Table. 2017 Average Costs of Attendance for Rhode Island Universities and Colleges
UndergraduateGraduate
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Tuition & Fees $8,452$20,079 $10,270$19,643
Books & Supplies$1,413$1,413
Room & Board$15,225$15,225
COA$25,090$36,717$26,908$36,281
2016-2017 Average Cost of Attendance For

2017 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

In Rhode Island State, 24 schools offer undergraduate program. The average undergraduate tuition fees of Rhode Island colleges in 2017 is $8,452 for Rhode Island residents and $20,079 for students from other States. The tuition & fees rose 101.59% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2017 undergraduate tuition & fees and compares to last 5 years.
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Table. 2017 Average Undergraduate Tuition & Fees for Rhode Island Universities and Colleges
Public SchoolsPrivate Schools
4 Years or High2-4 Years4 Years or High2-4 Years
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
2013 $10,024$23,156 $3,950$10,582 $35,649$13,279
2014 $10,026$23,158 $3,944$10,576 $36,704$15,638
2015 $10,054$23,186 $3,950$10,582 $37,819$16,961
2016 $10,530$24,355 $3,950$10,582 $38,852$16,961
2017 $10,545$24,371 $4,266$11,496 $40,354$18,817
2016-2017 Average Undergraduate Programs Tuition & Fees For

2017 Graduate Program Tuition & Fees

In Rhode Island State, 12 schools offer graduate program. The average graduate program tuition fees of Rhode Island colleges in 2017 is $10,270 for Rhode Island residents and $19,643 for students from other States. The tuition & fees rose 100.05% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2017 graduate tuition & fees and compares to last 5 years.
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Table. 2017 Average Graduate Tuition & Fees for Rhode Island Universities and Colleges
Public SchoolsPrivate Schools
In-StateOut-of-State
2013 $10,049$19,254$25,319
2014 $10,049$19,254$26,282
2015 $10,076$19,281$30,371
2016 $10,260$19,633$27,939
2017 $10,270$19,643$25,619
2016-2017 Average Graduate Programs Tuition & Fees For

2017 Books & Supplies Costs

The average books & supplies costs of Rhode Island colleges in 2017 is $1,413. The tuition & fees rose 102.78% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2017 books & supplies costs and costs changes over last 5 years
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Table. 2017 Average Books & Supplies Costs for Rhode Island Universities and Colleges
Books & Supplies
2013$1,309
2014$1,345
2015$1,362
2016$1,375
2017$1,413
2016-2017 Average Books & Supplies Costs For

2017 Average Living Costs

The average living costs of Rhode Island colleges in 2017 is $15,225 when a student lives on campus such as dormitory and college apartment and $12,426 living off campus. 9 schools have on-campus living facilities in Rhode Island State. The on-cmapus living costs rose 101.82% and off-campus costs rose 87.90% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2017 living costs and compares to last 5 years.
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Table. 2017 Average Living Costs for Rhode Island Universities and Colleges
On-CampusOff-Campus
2013$13,724$11,727
2014$13,892$12,144
2015$14,363$12,519
2016$14,953$14,137
2017$15,225$12,426
2016-2017 Average Living Costs For