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Pathways to PC

Pathways to PC

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We value the unique perspectives that multicultural and first-generation college students bring to the Providence College community. Join fellow high school seniors of multicultural and first-generation backgrounds and others for an insider's view of Providence College on Friday, November 10. The program will provide students with the opportunity to:

  • Spend the day with a PC student host
  • Attend classes including Development of Western Civilization
  • Learn about PC's diverse academic and social offerings
  • Meet members of the faculty and campus community
  • Enjoy lunch in Raymond Dining Hall
  • Discuss the Multicultural Scholarship Program, Liberal Arts Honors scholarship opportunities, and financial aid process
For Parents and Guardians: A series of presentations will be offered to the parents and guardians of multicultural and first-generation students taking part in the Pathways to PC program.
The Pathways to PC program will begin with check-in at 8:15 AM and will conclude by 3:30 PM. We look forward to welcoming you to campus on November 10!

Register for Pathways to PC​

​8:15 AM​Registration
​8:45 AM"​Coffee with the Community"
​9:30 AM
Students: Development of Western Civilization course
Parents / Guardians: "Ensuring Success at Providence"
10:30 A​​​M - 1:00 PM

​Students: Paired with PC student host, attend classes and lunch

​10:45 AM​Parents / Guardians: Campus Tour
​12:00 PM​Parents / Guardians: Lunch with members of campus community
​1:00 PM

"Real Talk - Multicultural Student Perspectives"

​1:45 PMLeadership and Scholarship Forum:
Financial Aid, Multicultural Scholarship Program, and Liberal Arts Honors Program
​2:45 PM​Final Remarks and Departure
  • Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
  • Time: 8:15 AM (check-in) to 3:30 PM
  • Location: Providence College campus

Travel Assistance or Early Arrival Request

A limited number of travel vouchers are available for students interested in attending Pathways to PC. Additionally, for students attending from outside of New England, New York, and New Jersey, overnight accommodations with a student host may be available. Students should complete this form to be considered. Travel assistance requests will require a note of support from a college or school counselor.

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