Graduate Student Population in Rhode Island

For academic year 2021-2022, total 11,532 graduate students enrolled in 12 graduate schools in Rhode Island. By gender, there are 4,487 male students (38.91%) and 7,045 female students (61.09%) enrolled in graduate programs.
Brown University has the most graduate students of 3,347 and University of Rhode Island has the second most graduate students of 2,767 in Rhode Island. You can view and compare the graduate student population along with tuition and other admission information at Rhode Island colleges at Rhode Island Graduate School Comparison page.
By attending status, 7,779 students enrolled as full-time and 3,753 students enrolled as part-time for graduate programs. Next table shows the 2022 graduate students population by gender and attending status at Rhode Island graduate schools.
Brown University has the most graduate students of 3,347
Graduate Student Population By Gender and Attending Status at Rhode Island graduate schools (2021-2022)
TotalMenWomen
Total11,5324,4877,045
Full-time7,7793,2124,567
Part-time3,7531,2752,478

Population by Race/Ethnicity

For academic year 2021-2022, of the 12 enrolled students in Rhode Island graduate schools, 26 were American Indian/Native American (0.23%), 625 were Asian (5.42%), 748 were Black/African American (6.49%), 953 were Hispanic (8.26%), 5 were Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (0.04%), 6,197 were White (53.74%), 294 were Two More (2.55%), and 953 were Un-Known (8.26%). The number of non-resident alien students is 1,731 (15.01%). Next table shows the 2022 graduate school students population by race/ethnicity and state at Rhode Island graduate schools.
Graduate Student Population By Race/Ethnicity at Rhode Island graduate schools (2021-2022)
TotalMenWomen
Total11,5324,4877,045
American Indian/Native American26719
Asian625251374
Black/African American748251497
Hispanic953332621
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander505
White6,1972,3373,860
Two More29493201
Un-Known953332621
Non-resident Alien1,731884847
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