New England Institute of Technology has three campuses in Rhode Island, two in Warwick and a 220-acre campus in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, all a short distance south of the state’s capital, Providence. Our main campus in East Greenwich consists of one building containing 265,000 square feet of office, classroom, industry-specific laboratory space, library, student lounges and dining facilities. Opening in summer of 2017 is a 400-bed new residence hall and a student center with additional student lounges, dining options and fitness center.
The Julian B. Gouse Campus, headquartered at 2500 Post Road, Warwick, consists of two buildings, containing more than 120,000 square feet of faculty and administrative offices, classroom and laboratory space, as well as a student lounge and a dining area. The Gouse Campus is named after the late trustee and benefactor of the college.
The nearby Access Road Campus in Warwick consists of four buildings, containing more than 114,000 square feet of office, classroom, and laboratory space featuring a custom-designed 53,000 square-foot facility dedicated exclusively for the training of automotive technicians. The Access Road Campus receives power from a 156-foot wind turbine and an array of 135 solar panels. In addition, the automotive laboratory utilizes both energy recovery and geothermal technologies to supply pre-heated and pre-cooled fresh air into the facility.
All buildings on the Gouse, Access Road, and East Greenwich campuses were either originally designed or extensively remodeled. Laboratories have been conceived for the technology of the 21st century and they equal or surpass industry standards. These facilities integrate computers into a highly functional setting for the technological training that is necessary to prepare students for successful applications in the workplace.