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​Feinstein Institute for Public Service

The Department of Public and Community Service Studies strengthens communities by integrating public and community service into the liberal arts curriculum.  Believing that service bears witness to religious and ethical values central to the college's mission and is at the heart of a liberal arts education in a democratic society, the Department provides an environment for research and reflection on the meaning of public and community service and an educational experience that prepares future leaders for positive change.

For more information on the Feinstein Institute go here

National Award

Mar. 2010 - Providence College receives President's Honor Roll for 2009, which recognizes institutions of higher education that support innovative, effective, and exemplary community service programs.

Major/Minor

Students at Providence College can major or minor in the Department of Public and Community Service Studies.

For a listing of course descriptions and degree requirements, please see the course catalog.

 

Bachelor of Arts

Minor

Faculty Director

Dr. Ray Sickinger
feinsteininstitute@providence.edu

Contact

Location:  1 Cunningham Square
Feinstein Center 402
Phone:  401.865.2786
Fax:  401.865.1206​​​

Catholic and Dominican

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About Providence College's Catholic and Dominican Identity