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Rhode Island School of Design

Providence, RI 4-Year Private
Acceptance Rate19%
Acceptance Rate19%

Rhode Island School of Design FAQ

The deadline for Fall Freshman applications to Rhode Island School of Design is Feb 1 and the deadline for Fall transfer applications is Mar 15. There are -608 days left to apply.
In-state tuition for Rhode Island School of Design is $56,435. Each state defines how students qualify for in-state tuition. For undergraduates who are claimed as dependents on their parents' taxes, where their parents live usually determines eligibility for in-state tuition.
The average cost of college books is about $2,700. The cost of books and supplies ranges and can vary depending on the school, major, and classes taken.
Rhode Island School of Design's current tuition and fees are $56,435 a year for in-state students and $56,435 for out-of-state students. Room and board at Rhode Island School of Design is another $15,236 for students who live on campus. The amount of the average financial aid package students receive is around $40,496
Rhode Island School of Design is a Private school. Public colleges receive some government funding while private schools rely on tuition and endowment for funding. Private schools can have higher tuition, but may also offer more generous financial aid packages than public schools. Public and private schools may also vary in size, environment, and types of majors and instruction offered.
Rhode Island School of Design is a 4-Year college. Most students take 4 years to graduate. Four-year schools typically result in bachelor's degrees. Two-year schools typically result in associate degrees.
Rhode Island School of Design is located in Providence, RI.
Out-of-state tuition for Rhode Island School of Design is $56,435. Tuition for out-of-state students is higher at public universities, because the state government provides some funding for in-state students who attend. Private colleges usually have the same tuition for in-state and out-of-state students.

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