By Alana Cerrone
Rhode Island's public institutions have been ranked the 9th highest-priced in the country for in-state students.
That's according to the College Board's 2013 report on Trends in College Pricing. It applies to in-state students at two and four-year institutions.
Tuition for those students at Rhode Island's public colleges averages about $11,000.
Massachusetts came in as the 11th most expensive tuition in the nation. New Hampshire is the most expensive.
The national average for in-state students at public institutions is about $9,000.
(C) WLNE-TV 2013