This scholarship is available to students in our internationally accredited School of Business. Specifically, this scholarship is available to students with an interest in operations management.
Foundation Scholarship Opportunities
Our goal is to ensure that each and every student has access to an affordable, high-quality, four-year degree.
Thanks to the generosity of our community of donors, the Rhode Island College Foundation can offer an array of scholarships to help our students pay for their education.
In fact, 78 percent of our students qualify for financial aid and approximately 40 percent graduate with no debt. These scholarships are endowed, which means they provide a source of permanent funding for student support.
We can help you finance your education.
Paying for college should not break the bank. We can help. In order to qualify for one of our scholarships, RIC students must complete a FAFSA form to determine eligibility. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid to learn about additional resources to cover the costs of your education.
These scholarships are available to students interested in pursing a career in health sciences, such as medical imaging, biology, long-term care administration and/or health care administration.
These scholarships are available to students with an interest in English, creative writing, literature, modern languages, global studies and/or philosophy.
These scholarships are available to students interested in careers in chemistry, computer information systems, computer science, data science, mathematics and/or physics.
We are a regional leader in performing and fine arts education. These scholarships are available to students interested in pursing a career in music, theatre, dance and the fine arts.
These scholarships are awarded to students with an interest in pursuing a career in any one of our outstanding programs within the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
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