The College houses the School of Education on the Kingston campus; the School of Professional Studies on the Providence campus; and, the Office of Strategic Initiatives located on both campuses. Our unique two-campus programs provide a range of applied educational opportunities for traditional students as well as our service members, transfer, adult, and returning students.

490undergraduate students
13:1students to faculty ratio

Our programs provide learners access to innovative, customized and flexible opportunities to gain interdisciplinary knowledge and practical experiences in community settings. With interconnected approaches, students have many options for workforce development programs for continuing education.


Alumni of The Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies have moved on to successful careers and hold many leadership positions. Your collective accomplishments are a source of great pride for the College.

  • 10 UNDER 10 Award Winner - Josie Chaves graduated with a B.S. in kinesiology with a physical education/health education and adapted physical education (APE) specialization, from the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies.
  • Carolyn Whittingham Hunter Carolyn Whittingham Hunter ‘56 receives 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award - The College’s 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award went to Carolyn Whittingham Hunter ‘56 educator, philanthropist and volunteer, Carolyn Whittingham Hunter ’56
  • Jane Picciotti Jane Picciotti BA, M.Ed - Jane Picciotti, an outstanding administrator who takes a personal interest in the children who attend Highlander Charter School, likes getting to see students enter as 4-year-olds and watches them grow to seniors in high school.
  • Laura Pisaturo Laura Pisaturo, Esq. BS, JD - A respected attorney and advocate, Laura Pisaturo has dedicated much of her career to public service, and is a committed leader for issues pertaining to women, children and the LGBT community.