State institution: These 4-year Rhode Island schools attract the fewest in-state students


Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design and Providence College enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year Rhode Island schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Rhode Island 4-year schools attracting the fewest in-state students

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
In-state students (%)
Out-of-state students (%)
Foreign countries (%)
Unknown (%)
1
Brown University
Providence
6,988
4%
82%
14%
0%
2
Rhode Island School of Design
Providence
1,976
4%
65%
29%
2%
3
Providence College
Providence
4,079
9%
89%
2%
0%
4
Bryant University
Smithfield
3,477
11%
81%
8%
0%
5
Johnson & Wales University-Online
Providence
688
12%
88%
0%
0%
6
Roger Williams University
Bristol
4,703
12%
87%
1%
0%
7
Salve Regina University
Newport
2,180
14%
84%
2%
0%
8
Johnson & Wales University-Providence
Providence
7,710
15%
81%
4%
0%
9
University of Rhode Island
Kingston
15,107
44%
55%
1%
0%
10
New England Institute of Technology
Greenwich
2,658
51%
48%
1%
0%
11
Rhode Island College
Providence
7,077
79%
21%
0%
0%


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Brown University Bryant University Johnson & Wales University-Online Johnson & Wales University-Providence New England Institute of Technology Providence College Rhode Island College Rhode Island School of Design Roger Williams University Salve Regina University U.S. Department of Education University of Rhode Island

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