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Roger Williams University

Roger Williams University is an independent liberal arts University that combines the unique strengths of small liberal arts colleges and those of larger comprehensive universities and where liberal and professional education are enhanced by their integration and the recognition of their unity. At the foundation of the institution is a set of core values that play a central role in guiding a respectful, diverse and intellectually vibrant university community: Love of learning as an intrinsic value; Preparation for careers and future study; Collaboration of students and faculty in research; Commitment to community service; Appreciation of global perspectives; Promotion of civil discourse.

Total Students Enrolled:

5,086 in 2011

+4% (2009)

Total Degrees Awarded:

1,021 in 2011

+2% (2009)

Average Tuition & Fees:

30,908 in 2011


+8% (2009)

30,908 in 2011


+8% (2009)

General Information

One Old Ferry Rd

Bristol, RI 02809-2923

Contact Information:

(401) 253-1040


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School Setting:

Suburb: Large

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Not applicable

Admissions & Student Information
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1 - 6 of 6 Programs

Program Name Location Degree Level Test Required Required Credits (Cost Per Unit)
Criminal Justice Online Bachelor's No 120 credits($421 per credit)
Industrial Technology Online Bachelor's No 120 credits($421 per credit)
Technology Leadership and Management Online Bachelor's No N/A
Social and Health Services Online Bachelor's No 120 credits($421 per credit)
Leadership Online Master's No 36 credits($438 per credit)
Bachelor of General Studies in Psychology Hybrid Bachelor's Yes 120 credits($470 per credit)