EDUCATIONAL
FACILITIES

 

WARWICK PUBLIC LIBRARY

600 SANDY LANE, WARWICK, RI

 

Visit our large, upgraded library with meeting rooms, computers, and a coffee shop on the premisis.

 

Warwick Center for the Arts

3259 POST RD. (401) 737-0010

WARWICKMUSEUM.ORG

 

MUSEUM HOURS:

 

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Closed

 

Wednesday

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

Thursday

1 p.m. - 6 p.m.

 

Friday

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

Saturday

12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

 

ADMISSION:

 

General admission is free, except for certain events.

 

The Warwick Center for the Arts, located next to City Hall in Apponaug, continues to bring qualitative, significant, and culturally relevant works of art to the city of Warwick. Group and solo exhibitions are hosted in two galleries, the Main Gallery and the new Small Works Gallery on the first floor. Our poetry series, The Mad Poets Cafe: An Evening of Spoken Word Performances takes place every fourth Saturday of each month. Poets from Rhode Island, Boston, New York, and elsewhere read original works. Live theatre and independent film is also part of our commitment to artistic excellence. WCFTA is proud to host the improvisational comedy group Unexpected Company, whose standing-room only performances each and every Sunday evening have delighted hundreds.

 

The Museum School at WCFTA begins its classes every March, and runs throughout the year, offering instruction for all ages in Basic Drawing, Painting, Color, Figure Studies, and more from classically trained instructors. The very popular Summer Art Camp, held each year from June through August, gives younger students a fun, exciting introduction to art in the form of five-day workshops, ranging from collage to acting and singing, to papier mache, to poetry writing!

 

Please call for registration information. WCFTA welcomes class and group tours.

 

 

 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF
RHODE ISLAND

400 EAST AVENUE,
WARWICK, RI 02886

(401) 825-1000

WWW.CCRI.EDU

 

With an enrollment of 15,000 students, CCRI is one of New England’s largest and most comprehensive community colleges. The college offers a wide variety of academic programs and services – offerings that can prepare you for your first job or provide the skills you need for a new career.

 

NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGY
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER

101 ACCESS ROAD

WARWICK, RI 02886

401-467-7744 OR
401-739-5000, EXT. 3462

WWW.NEIT.EDU

 

New England Tech offers Degrees in Computer Network Technology, Webmaster, Electronics and Microcomputer Systems, Visual Basic Programming, Computer Assisted Drafting and Design - Architecture as

well as Engineering, Allied Health, Office Management and Paralegal Studies.

 

SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY

WWW.SALVE.EDU

 

ADULTS CONTINUING EDUCATION

Salve Regina offers bachelor's degree and certificate programs that meet the needs of the adult learner. Programs are available in a variety of formats, including classroom-based semester-long courses, compressed seven-week courses and hybrid courses that combine online learning with the classroom experience.

 

Courses are offered at the Center for Adult Education in Warwick, R.I., which is centrally located and provides easy access from I-95, I-295 and Route 4. At only $870 for a three-credit course (plus registration fees), tuition is affordable, and financial aid and flexible payment options are available.