Brown UniversityBrown UniversityProvidence, RI
Brown University Rating
4 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. Outstanding student retention rate. Very expensive tuition fees. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. About 8,900 students are enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus.

Providence CollegeProvidence CollegeProvidence, RI
Providence College Rating
6 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are available. Excellent student retention rate. Very expensive tuition. Moderately priced on-campus housing. About 4,700 students attend this school. Presumably dangerous campus.

Roger Williams UniversityRoger Williams UniversityBristol, RI
Roger Williams University Rating
3 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are offered. Very expensive tuition costs. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Over 4,800 students attend this school. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are available.

Salve Regina UniversitySalve Regina UniversityNewport, RI
Salve Regina University Rating
2 general studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Very expensive tuition prices. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Over 2,700 students enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are available.

Rhode Island CollegeRhode Island CollegeProvidence, RI
Rhode Island College Rating
2 general studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Moderately expensive tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Approximately 8,900 students. Relatively safe campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Community College of Rhode IslandCommunity College of Rhode IslandWarwick, RI
Community College of Rhode Island Rating
3 general studies majors. Associate's degrees are available. Relatively low tuition prices. Roughly 17,900 students are enrolled. Relatively safe campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Bryant UniversityBryant UniversitySmithfield, RI
Bryant University Rating
Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees are available. Great student retention rate. Very expensive tuition fees. Moderately priced on-campus housing option. Around 3,500 students. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs.

University of Rhode IslandUniversity of Rhode IslandKingston, RI
University of Rhode Island Rating
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Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Very expensive tuition rates. Moderately priced on-campus housing option. Roughly 16,500 students. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are available.

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Connecticut
Learn more about 36 general studies schools and colleges in New Haven, Bridgeport, New Britain, West Hartford, Hartford, New London, Fairfield, and 21 more cities. About 4,000 general studies diplomas are awarded each year. Average tuition price for general studies degree programs in CT is approximately $14,600.

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Learn more about 75 general studies schools and colleges in Boston, Worcester, Cambridge, Springfield, Amherst, Waltham, Newton, and 44 more cities. Approximately 6,700 general studies diplomas are granted each academic year. Average tuition for general studies programs in MA is approximately $16,800.