Rhode Island has a number of colleges and universities with different qualities that should be considered. From a safety standpoint, University of Rhode Island beats out Brown University with a safety score of 88.0 out of 100 to 78.3 out of 100.

The average student loan varies from school to school with Bryant University having the highest average outstanding student loan amount of $7986. However, students are able to save some money by searching online for cheap textbooks with our textbook search engine located in the sidebar.

When determining the best overall college or university in Rhode Island, including multiple factors such as quality of education, safety, cost and student reviews – Brown University scores highest with a 98.9 out of 100 score, followed by Bryant University (88.0) and University of Rhode Island (87.8). For more detailed information on particular schools select from the list below:

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