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Registration for New Students


Summer II registration is open. You may register before the 2nd class for Session II - for Mon/Wed classes register by July 9. For Tues - Thurs classes register by July 10.

Once classes begin, you must register by fax or in person before the 2nd class. If you have any questions, please contact the SCE Office (401) 865-2487.



1. Review classes
 

2. Register online: CyberFriar is our online registration system. Internet Explorer is the recommended browser. While other browsers will work, you may have to adjust your browser settings in order to view pages properly. Please note that payment is required at the time of registration or your registration will be cancelled. You may pay by MasterCard, Visa or electronic check. Online registration is not available once classes begin. 

  • If you are a student visiting from another school, or if you have not received your Banner/CyberFriar account information, register online here.  Select  "First time user account creation".
  • If you have your Banner/CyberFriar ID and PIN, you can register online using the instructions for Current Students.
3. Visit CyberFriar 101 for additional information OR register by completing our paper form:
 
  • Download the registration form and payment form.
  • You’ll need to enter course information, the CRN (the four-digit course registration number found on our Course Search tool (6th column), and credit hours. Most SCE courses are three credits. Indicate if you are auditing the class.
  • Your payment is due at the time of registration. We accept Visa, MasterCard, check or cash. If receiving financial aid, you must include a copy of your financial aid award letter. Submit your forms by fax, mail, or in person to the School of Continuing Education.
 

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School of Continuing Education
Harkins Hall, Room 109
Phone: 401-865-2487
Fax: 401-865-1723
Email: sce@providence.edu




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