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Regular Decision Deadline Extension

 

Due to continued issues that some students and high school counselors are facing with the Common Application, the Regular Decision deadline has been extended to January 22, 2014.

​Regular Decision

The application deadline for candidates applying to Providence College through the Regular Decision process is January 15 (Note: Extended during the current application cycle to January 22, 2014). Students who apply Regular Decision will be notified of their admission decision by April 1.

There are three possible admission outcomes for Regular Decision applicants:

Students may be invited to join the Providence College community:

If an applicant is invited, the student is offered admission beginning in the upcoming Fall term, contingent upon successful completion of the senior year of high school. Candidates have until the national college reply deadline of May 1 to choose to enroll at Providence College.  
 

Students may be placed on the waiting list for admission:

Each year, many more qualified students apply to Providence College than we can enroll in the freshman class. While a certain percentage of students must therefore be denied admission (see below), there are many other students whom we select for a place on our waiting list. Students placed on the waiting list will be considered for available class spaces after the May 1 enrollment deadline.
 

Finally, some students will be denied admission:

While this is a difficult decision for the committee on admission to make and for a student to receive, candidates who are not deemed to be a match to the Providence College experience will be denied admission. A deny decision at the Regular Decision stage is a final decision, and a student is unable to reapply to Providence College during the current admission cycle.

Regular Decision Notification

Regular Decision candidates will receive formal notification of their entrance status by April 1. For students who are invited to PC and who qualify, information about merit-based scholarships and need-based financial aid will arrive with the acceptance packet.

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