The Knight Campus is located on 205 acres adjacent to routes 95 and 295 in Warwick.
All academic facilities at this campus are housed under one roof, a futuristic megastructure,
which encourages social, educational and cultural exchanges among the entire student
body. The design of the megastructure reflects the philosophy of the Community College
of Rhode Island, which stresses interaction among students from all fields of study.
Athletic facilities are located in a separate field house.
If traveling north on Route 95: Take Exit 11 (295). Then take Exit 1 onto Route 113 west; continue straight to campus
If traveling south on Route 95: Take Exit 12B. Bear left at fork to Route 113 west; continue straight to campus entrance.
1762 Louisquisset Pike Lincoln, RI 02865-4585 401-333-7000
The Flanagan Campus occupies a 300-acre site off Louisquisset Pike in Lincoln. It
features one building composed of three connected modules, totaling nearly 7 1/2 acres
of floor space. The building includes such innovative features as solar panels and
computerized temperature control. The field house on this campus contains a swimming
pool. At the Flanagan Campus, students study, learn and relax in modern, comfortable
If traveling north or south on Route 295: Take Exit 9A to Route 146 south and follow directions below for traveling south on
If traveling north on Route 95: Take Exit 23 onto Route 146 north and follow directions below for traveling north
on Route 146.
If traveling south on Route 95: Take Exit 23 for Charles Street. Turn right and continue straight on Charles Street
for approximately three-tenths of a mile (0.3 mile) following signs for Route 146
north. At the second traffic signal (across from the entrance to Home Depot), turn
left onto the Route 146 north on-ramp and follow directions below for Route 146 north.
If traveling south on Route 146: Take the Breakneck Hill Road exit and turn right onto Route 123 west. At first traffic
light, turn left onto Route 246: continue one-tenth of a mile (0.1 mile) to the campus
entrance on the right.
If traveling north on Route 146: Take the Breakneck Hill Road Exit and turn left onto Route 123 west. At the first
traffic light, turn left onto Route 246. Continue one-tenth of a mile (0.1 mile) to
the campus entrance on the right.
One Hilton St. Providence, RI 02905-2304 401-455-6000
The main Providence Campus is located on almost seven acres of land on the capital
city's south side. The contemporary brick structure contains over 20 classrooms, large
workshop areas, a central atrium, and a 250 seat auditorium. The urban campus makes
higher education more accessible to inner city residents, a fundamental mission of
community colleges nationwide.
If traveling north on Route 95: Take Exit 18 for Thurbers Avenue, bearing left on the exit ramp. At the second traffic
light, turn right onto Eddy Street. Travel down Eddy Street and turn left onto Willard
Avenue. Turn left onto Staniford Street; campus entrance is on the right.
If traveling south on Route 95: Take Exit 19 for Eddy Street/Rhode Island Hospital. Take a right at exit light onto
Eddy Street. Turn right onto Willard Avenue. Take left onto Staniford Street; campus
entrance is on the right.
Newport County Campus
One John H. Chafee Blvd. Newport, RI 02840 401-851-1600
The focal point of Newport's North End revitalization is CCRI's new Newport County
Campus. The new campus appears as a single, three-story building; however, it is actually
three separate, but connected, structures that include a student services complex,
a classroom/laboratory wing and an auditorium. Although the exterior of the building
pays homage to Newport's rich architectural heritage, the interior is pointed toward
the future, according to former CCRI Dean of Administration Stephen Marginson. "The
Newport County campus is by far the most high-tech of the campuses to date," he said,
adding that the campus includes 16 "smart" classrooms wired for both data and video
reception, as well as academic computer labs, distance learning laboratories and a
multi-media seminar room.
From the Pell Bridge: Remain on the access road headed toward Fall River/Cape Cod (Do not take Scenic Downtown
Newport exit). Newport Grand will be directly across from the light at the bottom
of the exit ramp. At the light, turn right onto Admiral Kalbfus Road. Upon entering
the rotary, take your first right onto Connell Highway, and continue for approximately
1 mile. CCRI is immediately past the Little League field on your right.
From the south: From 114 south (West Main Road), turn right onto Coddington Highway. CCRI is next
to the Little League fields on your left.
Shepard Building Providence
80 Washington St. Providence, RI 02903-1803 401-277-5197
CCRI's secondary Providence campus is located in the historic Shepard Building in
the heart of downtown Providence, between Washington and Westminster streets.
By bus: The campus is a short walk from Kennedy Plaza, the hub for all Rhode Island Public
Transit Authority buses to and from downtown Providence. Just walk two blocks up Washington
Street behind from City Hall. For fare and route information, call RIPTA at 401-781-9400.
If traveling Route 95 south: Take Exit 21 for Atwells Avenue. At the end of the ramp, turn left and proceed toward
to downtown Providence. Take a slight right onto Empire Street and turn left at the
second cross street onto Washington. The Shepard Building is located on the corner
of Union and Washington streets.
If traveling Route 95 north:Take Exit 21 and turn right onto Broadway. Make a slight right onto Empire Street
and turn left at the second cross street onto Washington. The Shepard Building is
located on the corner of Union and Washington streets.
CCRI’s satellite campus at the Westerly Education Center has expanded its offerings,
allowing even more students in southern Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut to take
advantage of credit courses closer to home.