Pursuing Technology + Fiber Optics With a Multi-Media Education
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Classes can be taken individually or to achieve a certificate in Print and/or Web. Participants collaborate and work one-on-one to achieve success in creating effective imaging, dynamic artwork and scalable websites using Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Dreamweaver. Both basic and advanced instruction in the software is provided, and they offer some unique classes like Photo Basics, Web Marketing, and Word Press.
Learn from the best
The instructors are professionals in their respective fields and bring real-world experience to the classroom. Certificate Programs are project-based and deadline oriented, and give students experience in a fast paced, creative environment.
The University of Rhode Island Feinstein Providence Campus is located at 80 Washington St. Providence, RI 02903. Visit www.uri.edu/prov or call today to meet with an advisor at (401)-277-5162.
This article was written by Christine Dolan at the University of Rhode Island Feinstein Providence Campus. This column is part of an ongoing sponsored content series with The University of Rhode Island Feinstein Providence Campus.
College Board Reports - New England States by the Data
Reports released by the College Board, "Trends in College Pricing 2013," and "Trends in Student Aid", included a number of national data points regarding college affordability. Here, see how the New Engand states stacked up agains each other.
Student Grant Aid
In 2011-12, state grant aid per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student ranged from under $200 (in 2012 dollars) in 12 states to over $1,000 in 10 states.
Rhode Island $200
New Hampshire: 0
US average $670
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