A new program being introduced this fall by the Providence College School of Continuing Education offers working adults a career edge — the opportunity to earn a résumé-boosting certificate along with a bachelor’s degree.
Arthur F. Ryan ’63 & ’90Hon., one of the most successful business leaders in the nation, decided to donate $5 million to the Providence College School of Business for one reason — he believes it’s a great investment.
A New Year Begins
Academic Convocation on Sept. 2 will mark the official start of the 2015-16 school year.
A $1.3 Million Gift
Professor's donation will provide scholarships for computer science majors.
Getting a Jumpstart
The second Friar Foundations summer bridge program is under way, with 25 students taking part.
PC Physician Assistants
PC students who meet criteria will get preferred admission to JWU's Physician Assistant Program.
PC in the Solomons
Students join Bishop Christopher Cardone, O.P. ’80 in volunteer mission to the South Pacific.
The Year in Review
The 2014-15 academic year was packed with news highlights. Check them out.
Darlene Love sings her message at PC’s 97th Commencement Exercises.
From Class to the Screen
A film Neal Mercier ’15 produced as an undergraduate will be screened at the R.I. film festival.
Called by God
Three from PC to study for the priesthood with the Dominican Order.
Mike Leonard’s Reunion
Filmmaker discusses his latest TV show about providence with classmates at Reunion Weekend.
Forging, Nurturing Ties
Students, including scholarship recipients, build rapport with alumni of color at first-time event.
More than 1,000 alumni and guests expected for Reunion Weekend, May 29-31.
A Friar First, Always
Security Officer Michael A. Lannon ’04SCE loved his “vocation” and Providence College.
‘Veritas and Values’
Six alumnae share career success stories and advice in a panel presentation.
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