On the cusp of its second century, Providence College is evolving in ways that would have been difficult to imagine even just a few years ago.
PC’s national profile, rooted in the College’s sublime academic programming and its extraordinary community of people, has never been higher. Over the course of the past decade, PC has responded effectively to ongoing challenges relative to developing campus facilities that match the caliber of PC’s academics and its culture.
Now at the forefront is a once-in-a-generation opportunity known as the Campus Transformation Project. Triggered by the College’s 2013 purchase of most of Huxley Avenue from the City of Providence, Campus Transformation will result in a landscape and land-use master plan that will make PC both more functional and even more beautiful. The plan will result in a unified campus, no longer bisected by a busy city street, with improved ways to move throughout the community for both pedestrians and drivers.
The Campus Transformation Project is meant to be grass-roots and community oriented. Input from every constituent group is critical to devising the best plan and executing it in a way that will ensure a superb result. This web page will serve as the informational and communication hub for the associated planning process. Please visit this site regularly, and keep a lookout for ongoing communications relative to community surveys and project updates that will be posted here.
3/16/2015 - The SLAM Collaborative held two information sessions on Friday, February 20 for faculty, staff, and students to present the progress made on the campus transformation project.
12/01/2014 - Open sessions have been scheduled for Tuesday, December 2 at 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in Slavin 112. The following documents are available for download: