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Winter Storm Alert- Tuesday January 27, 2015

Due to the continuing effects of the storm, Juno, all classes are cancelled tomorrow, Wednesday January 28th, including all day school classes, graduate classes, and evening classes through the School of Continuing Education & School of Business. Offices are closed on Wednesday. We expect to resume normal operations and all classes on Thursday, January 29th. For more information and updates, please go to http://www.providence.edu/emergency

The weather line can be reached at 401-865-1012.


School of Continuing Education
Harkins Hall, Room 109
Phone: 401-865-2487
Email: sce@providence.edu


​Registration Information

To register by mail: Please complete and return the registration form.

To register by fax: Please complete the registration form and fax to 401-865-1723 or mail to:
Providence College-School of Continuing Education
1 Cunningham Square Providence, Rhode Island 02918

Registrations are due the Friday before the start of classes.

Registration Form

Important User Information

  • You must provide an active telephone number AND e-mail address at the time of registration. If you do not give your active e-mail address, you CANNOT be enrolled in the course.
  • To access the course site go to Sakai with your PC network username and password. Your network username and password are the same ones you use to access the campus wireless network and the computers on campus.
  • If you have not received your username and password before the session begins, please contact technical support immediately at helpdesk@providence.edu
  • Sakai communicates only through PC email. You must use your friars.providence.edu email address for CORE courses.
  • Once you log in, click on My Sites in the upper corner to view your courses. Click a course title to enter that course.
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