Gonna buck the trend here.
CUNY? Look at the size of that market. Look how wired in their graduates are to the NYC metro.
Roger Williams? Honestly, I'm in school for my second graduate degree and I never heard of the place. Yeah, you can accuse me of being ignorant, and frankly, I probably am, but then so are a lot of folks. If you leave Rhode Island, I wouldn't be optimistic about this degree porting well outside the state.
There are a lot of 4T schools you can go to with generous scholarship offers, but if they're not in the part of the country where you'd eventually like to practice, I think that's a sucker's bet.
Of course, if you want to live in RI and not NYC, Roger Williams is probably your best choice.
For me, I'd be thinking that I've got a 30 or 40 year career ahead of me, and paying off student loans is going to be the least of my problems. The biggest of my problems will be getting a job and then, getting a good-paying job. Seems to me that CUNY would be a better bet for that.