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Guiding Your Students through our Admission Process

​​Class of 2022 - Application Information

Early Action Application Deadline: November 1
Early Decision I Application Deadline: November 15
Early Decision II Deadline: January 15
Regular Decision Deadline: January 15

Merit-Based Scholarships and Need-Based Financial Aid

 
Providence College offers various types of merit-based scholarships. The selection process for a merit-based scholarship is highly selective. For the Class of 2021, roughly 25% of accepted students received a merit-based scholarship. For more information regarding the merit-based scholarships available at Providence College, please refer to the scholarships portion of the Financial Aid website
 
Providence College offers various types of grants, scholarships, loans and work opportunities available through the College.  In order to be considered for both federal and institutional need-based assistance, a student must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile. More information regarding need-based financial aid and the deadlines to apply are available through the Office of Financial Aid website
 

Applying to Providence College 

 
The admission process at PC is highly selective and has continued to grow even more selective in recent years. For the Class of 2021, over 11,200 students applied for approximately 1,000 spaces. To fill those spaces, approximately half of all applicants were admitted. Extensive information is available on the process of applying and how a student can best position themselves, but certainly feel free to reach out to the counselor for your area should you have specific questions or would like to have a conversation about the students from your school.