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New England Institute of Technology has its main campus in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, with two other locations in nearby Warwick, Rhode Island.

New England Tech’s newest campus at One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI, covers over 200 acres and currently features a completely renovated 265,000 square foot educational facility. Among many of its features include specialized laboratories offering students the opportunity to work with equipment found in industry; video laboratories featuring HD equipment; a nursing simulation lab, complete with computerized talking mannequins; and a new 27,000 sq. ft. library with sixty (60) personal computers for individual use, and high tech collaboration rooms allowing students to connect up to six laptop computers and display the information on their laptop to a large screen within the work space.

The Julian B. Gouse Campus, located at 2500 Post Road, in Warwick, Rhode Island, features a newly renovated 57,000 square foot facility containing classroom and laboratory space. The Gouse Campus is named after the late trustee and benefactor of the college. Julian B. Gouse was a member of the original Board of Directors of the National Association of Trade and Technical Schools; a trustee of New England Institute of Technology; and, for twenty years, president of one of America’s leading technical schools, Massachusetts Trade Shop School.

The nearby Access Road Campus 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 to the training of automotive technicians which opened in April 2005. The Access Road Campus receives power from a 156 foot wind turbine, an array of 135 solar panels, and is heated and cooled by a geothermal system.

All buildings on the East Greenwich, Gouse, and Access Road Campuses were either originally designed or extensively remodeled to serve the institutional needs of the College, its mission and purposes. Laboratories have been conceived for the technology of the 21st century and they equal or surpass industry standards. Spacious and well-lighted, many of these combined classroom/laboratories have been custom-built to faculty and staff specifications. 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.

The College requires that all students be prepared to take classes and receive services at any of NEIT’s locations where the appropriate classes and services are offered. It is not possible for a student to take an entire program including liberal arts courses at the Access Road Campus.