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Crew Club / Figure Skating Club / Friar Faithful / Golf Club / Intramural Athletic Board (IAB) / Martial Arts Club / Men’s Club Volleyball / Men’s Rugby Club / Outdoor Adventure Club / Racquetball Club / Sailing Team / Ski & Snowboarding Club / Women’s Rugby Club

Dance Club

The Providence College Dance Team is a group of thirteen women dedicated to the art of dance and the promotion of school spirit. We are all serious dancers who have been trained jazz, hip-hop, ballet, etc. Although we come from various dance backgrounds, we work together to create synchronized, student-choreographed routines. We perform high energy jazz and hip-hop routines at men's and women's basketball games, on-campus shows, and community service events. We hope to expand our prominence both on campus and throughout the collegiate dance world. The Dance Team has been in existence since 1996 and has been a club sport since 2005.

Figure Skating Club

The PC Figure Skating Club welcomes skaters of all abilities who are interested in improving their figure skating skills and having some fun! The club offers opportunities to compete in both individual and synchronized skating competitions. The club is composed of figure skaters of all levels and abilities from beginner to USFSA Senior level. We are officially registered with the US Figure Skating Association, and have competed in the National Synchronized Team Skating Championship for the past few years.  Club members can compete in both individual and team events at their respective level.  Schneider Arena on the campus of Providence College is home to PCFSC where we have ice time approximately three times per week.  No experience is needed to join the club but experienced figure skaters are encouraged o join.

Friar Faithful

B.O.S.S.A. (The Board of Students Supporting Athletics) attempts to create awareness of the importance fans bring to different sporting events. We also encourage support for Providence College athletics through different promotional strategies.

Golf Club

The Providence College Golf Club maintains its competitive spirit by participating in several Division I and Big East golf tournaments each year.  We are dedicated to giving Providence College students the chance to participate and be successful in multiple matches and tournaments throughout the academic year.

Intramural Athletic Board (IAB)

The Intramural Athletic Board (I.A.B.) consists of students dedicated to organizing sporting events, assigning game officials, scheduling teams, and overseeing the general flow of activities. The goal of the I.A.B. is to offer a level of physical activity combined with an element of competitiveness. Intramural sports include: Flag Football, Soccer, Ice Hockey, Coed Tennis, Women's Field Hockey, 3-on-3 Basketball, Softball, Women's Street Hockey, Men's Wiffle Ball, 5-on-5 Basketball, Coed Volleyball and Coed Ultimate Frisbee.

Men’s Club Volleyball

The Club Volleyball Team is a competitive men's team that plays different schools in the New England Collegiate Volleyball League. We practice year-round and compete mainly during the Spring semester.  We play to have fun, as well as to win! Both experienced and non-experienced players are welcome and encouraged to inquire about joining our ranks.

Men’s Rugby Club

The Providence College Men's Rugby team continues to gain respect and recognition among its competitors and also here at the college. Thanks to increased involvement, hard work, and support from the students and college administration, the men's team has established itself as one of the top teams in New England.

Outdoor Adventure Club

The Outdoor Adventure Club is a group of PC Students who wish to heighten the awareness of outdoor life by providing opportunities in natural settings and promoting responsible outdoor recreation and cultivating a wilderness ethic.  Club activities include; orienteering, rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, surfing and ski trips.  The club is able to give PC students an opportunity to ski and ride at some of the best mountains in the East (at an affordable price.) Annually the club schedules day trips for students to enjoy. Mountains visited include: Mt. Snow, Sunday River, Stratton, Okemo, and Killington. The club welcomes new members and ideas.

Racquetball Club

The Racquetball Club practices 2-3 per week in the racquetball courts in the recreational center throughout the majority of the academic year.  Team members travel to several tournaments throughout the surrounding New England area.  Prospective members are encouraged to apply.

Sailing Team

The Sailing Team is dedicated to the competitive and social nature of the sport. We strive in practice and in racing to improve our sailing skills while developing a meaningful social bond with our peers. Our season runs from September to November and then continues from March to May. We practice at Rhode Island Yacht Club located in the upper Narragansett Bay close to Providence. The team has competes mainly in New England, but has traveled throughout much of the country for certain regattas.  We urge people of all ability levels to inquire.

Ultimate Disc

A co-rec club that competes in regional tournaments against other area colleges in the fall and spring.

Women’s Rugby Club

The Women's Rugby Team at PC offers athletic competition for those not interested in playing a varsity sport. During the 2004-2005 season the team reached and won their Division playoffs and became the 2005 National Division II Champions. The team is comprised of dedicated and talented individuals with no previous experience.

Catholic and Dominican

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