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Information for School Counselors

​School Counselor Newsletter

 
Four times per year, the Office of Admission sends an electronic newsletter to our high school counselor colleagues. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please e-mail admission@providence.edu with your name, title, high school, and contact information.
 
 

Find Your Admission Counselor

 
View our admission staff directory by geographic territory to find the counselor who works with students from your area.
 
 

PC Admission Blog


For additional details about PC's admission review process, we invite you to read the blog written by one of our admission counselors. Scott Seseske, Assistant Dean of Admission, has been writing the blog since 2006 and provides information about the admission process and campus updates throughout the year.

Information For School Counselors

Thank you for taking the time to visit the Providence College website.  As a secondary school counselor, we understand that you are working with many college-bound students who themselves are looking at a wide variety of colleges and universities.  The Office of Admission at Providence College seeks to assist you in determining the right fit between each student you work with and the college or university that they will ultimately enroll at by giving you as much information as possible about PC.

These pages are designed for you and your particular needs as a secondary school counselor working with high school students.

Early Action and Early Decision Notification

 
Decision letters for all Early Action and Early Decision applicants were released on Thursday, December 19, 2013. Notification was made by U.S. Mail only - decisions have not been made available online.
 
Students who received a merit-based scholarship were notified in their acceptance packet.
 
For Early Decision students who applied for need-based financial aid (and met the 12/1 CSS PROFILE deadline), their aid award was included in their acceptance packet.
 
For Early Action students who applied for need-based financial aid (and met the 12/1 CSS PROFILE deadline), their aid award was mailed in mid-January.

 

Regular Decision Notification

 
Decision letters for all Regular Decision applicants (and students who received a defer decision at Early Action) were released on Monday, March 17, 2014. Notification was made by U.S. Mail only - decisions have not been made available online.
 
Students who received a merit-based scholarship were notified in their acceptance packet.
 
Students who completed their financial aid forms (FAFSA and CSS PROFILE) by the February 1 deadline received their need-based aid information in their acceptance packet.
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