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More Information and Graduate Program Contacts

All the information in our paper materials can be
easily accessed online. Moreover, the latest information
comes online first. However, if you cannot access the
information online and need a catalog and/or an
application packet mailed to you, please contact the
appropriate program contact.



Dr. John Hogan

Director of Counseling

Harkins Hall 328

(401) 865-2922
Barbara M. Vigeant, M.Ed.
Director of Special Education
Harkins Hall 328
(401) 865-2912
Mr. Frank Leary
Director of Administration
Harkins Hall 328
(401) 865-2881
Dr. Beverly Paesano
Director of Literacy
Harkins Hall 328
(401) 865-1987

Dr. Brian McCadden
Director of Urban Teaching
Harkins Hall 217
(401) 865-2503
Todd Hopkins
Administrative Coordinator
School of Professional Studies
Harkins Hall 217
(401) 865-2247

Business Administration (MBA)

MBA Program Office
Administrative Coordinator
Koffler Hall 115
(401) 865-2294


Dr. Paul F. O'Malley
Program Director
Phillips Memorial Library LL14
Phyllis Cardullo
Senior Administrative Coordinator
Phillips Memorial Library 112
(401) 865-2193


Dr. Wataru Ishizuka
Program Director
Service Building Room 221
Lynne DeMasi
Administrative Assistant
Howley Hall 218
(401) 865-2334


Dr. Robert J. Barry
Program Director
Siena 238
Mary D. Garvey
Administrative Assistant
Siena 202
(401) 865-2274

Providence Alliance
for Catholic Teachers (PACT)

Bro. Patrick Carey
Program Director
Harkins Hall 206

Anthony Zavagnin
Assistant Director
Harkins Hall 206
Donnalee Grist
Senior Office Assistant
Harkins Hall 206
If you need directions to Providence College, please go
to or
call the Directions Help Line at 401-865-1011.
If you are mailing materials, please include the
name of the contact, department and the address below:
Providence College
(Name of the Department)
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02918-0001

Admission & Application Procedures
for Graduate Students

Providence College graduate programs have shared minimum requirements as well as specific requirements per program. 

Minimum requirements

For admission to Providence College graduate programs, the following are minimal requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree from a recognized college.
  • Written recommendations sent to the graduate department director from at least two persons well acquainted with the academic ability and aptitude of the applicant.
  • Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts.
  • Approval by the committee on admissions.
  • Application fee of $55.00

Program Specific Requirements

Degree program specific requirements are available on the degree program information pages:

Applications and Forms

Applications for the specific program, along with the minimum required materials should be returned to the graduate program director of the specific program to which the candidate is applying.
You may apply online to the MBA program via the link below:

For all other degrees, you may download the application and recommendation forms below:

Catholic and Dominican

What does it mean to be a Catholic and Dominican college? We invite you to explore this question and the distinctive mission of Providence College.
About Providence College's Catholic and Dominican Identity