College Sophomore 2013-11-10T00:01:46Z
lots of restaurants and social places to go and hang out.not so far away from campus and safe
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T18:20:33Z
I'm not a person who likes to party. A night at Rhode Island College, for me, would be at the gym, library, or just in my bedroom studying and doing homework. However, my friends enjoy the school indoor parties because they are free and have food!
College Junior 2012-12-20T02:49:46Z
There is little to no night-life on campus. You have to go off campus if you want to have a night life, and you have to have a way to get there. The buses stop early so taxis or DDs are the way to go
College Senior 2012-10-26T04:30:30Z
The college tries really hard to host concerts and etc, but they are usually coordinated and attended by the same people. Most of the residents at RIC could care less, unless someone is going to embarrass themselves. Providence itself has a few things to do: club, mall, movies. It's somewhat limited and can get a little tedious at times. Off-campus parties are probably your best bet.
College Senior 2012-10-16T13:37:35Z
The weekends are quiet; a lot of people go home, and during the week, everyone is pretty much focused on homework and studying.
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