Which Rhode Island schools receive the most state student aid?


Community College of Rhode Island, University of Rhode Island and Johnson & Wales University-Providence reported receiving the most state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Rhode Island schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

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

Top Rhode Island recipients of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Community College of Rhode Island
Warwick
14,539
985
$3,395,525
$3,447
2
University of Rhode Island
Kingston
17,777
711
$600,101
$844
3
Johnson & Wales University-Providence
Providence
7,360
104
$120,002
$1,154
4
New England Institute of Technology
Greenwich
2,763
186
$104,090
$560
5
Bryant University
Smithfield
3,788
23
$85,700
$3,726
6
Providence College
Providence
4,674
24
$71,350
$2,973
7
Salve Regina University
Newport
2,647
26
$44,850
$1,725
8
Rhode Island College
Providence
7,766
8
$40,080
$5,010
9
Roger Williams University
Bristol
4,860
24
$39,264
$1,636
10
MotoRing Technical Training Institute
Providence
59
5
$25,400
$5,080

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Bryant University Community College of Rhode Island Johnson & Wales University-Providence MotoRing Technical Training Institute New England Institute of Technology Providence College Rhode Island College Roger Williams University Salve Regina University University of Rhode Island

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