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Providence College
Office of Admission
Harkins Hall 103
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, Rhode Island 02918
U.S.A.

Phone:  +1-401-865-2535
Fax:      +1-401-865-2826
E-mail:
international@providence.edu

Father Iriarte Andújar, O.P.
Associate Dean of Admission
Contact for Latin America
E-mail:
iandujar@providence.edu

Matthew S. Maurano
Assistant Dean of Admission
Contact for Canada, Europe, and Africa
E-mail:
mmaurano@providence.edu

Costs and Payment Information

 

​Student Budget for 2014- 2015 (estimate)

​​Tuition ​$43,443
​​Room & Board ​$13,069
​​Activities/Laundry/Tech Fees ​$     860
​​​​Student Health Insurance (est.) ​$  1,403
Total Support required for I-20AB or DS-2019 ​$58,775
 

 Additional estimated, unbilled costs:

  • $   900 - Books & Supplies

  • $4,000 - Personal Expenses

These amounts may increase or decrease depending on a student’s personal spending habits.

For a complete fee schedule, see Tuition and Fees. The fees for the 2015-2016 will be announced in March 2015.

 

Payment Method

 
The most effective method of payment is through our partner, PaytoStudy. This is a free service - no bank charges will be added to your transfers. By using this system you are able to pay in your home currency, so there is no need to buy US Dollars from your bank prior to transferring.
 
Benefits to you: 
  • a lower exchange rate
  • pay in your own currency
  • receive quicker processing
  • pay no international wire fee
  • Instant notification - no follow up required
  • All payments can be tracked by the student online

You can use the PaytoStudy system to submit both the Enrollment Deposit Fee and semester tuition payments. Please view the PaytoStudy Student Guide/Providence College (PDF) for instructions on how to use PaytoStudy. 

View the countries not listed by PaytoStudy (PDF).

 
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