Academic Advising Resources
- Discuss academic ownership and exploration, long and short-term academic planning and goal setting, major exploration, curriculum and requirement fulfillment, academic policy information, referrals to appropriate college resources, and more.
- Academic Guidebook– a quick reference guide to major course planning as well as academic policies and additional support service information
Faculty Academic Advisor
- Discuss course selection, major direction, post-undergraduate opportunities, academic skills within selected disciplines, long and short-term goals setting, referrals to appropriate college resources, and more.
Harkins Hall, Room 310, Phone: 401-865-2366
email@example.com for inquiries about transcripts, enrollment verifications, and grades
firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries about course registration and scheduling of classroom space
- The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining academic records, assigning classroom space, and coordinating the registration needs for the College. Our office values the efficient management of any and all records ensuring their integrity, confidentiality, and security. We are committed to service excellence, as demonstrated by our personalized care and attention to our students, parents, faculty, staff, and external constituencies. As primary information resources for students and faculty, this office actively seeks ways to effectively communicate to inform students of their rights, responsibilities, and procedures while also providing additional support to our faculty’s classroom efforts.
Harkins Hall, Room 403, Phone: 401.865.2286, email@example.com
Ruane Center for the Humanities, Room 147, Phone: 401.865.2600, firstname.lastname@example.org
- The School of Arts & Sciences is committed to fostering academic excellence through undergraduate and graduate studies in a broad range of academic areas in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. As the home of these academic programs, the School of Arts & Sciences is central to Providence College’s mission and identity as a liberal arts institution.
Ryan Center, Room 135, Phone: 401.865.2332, email@example.com
- The mission of the Providence College School of Business (PCSB) is to provide a values-based, business education that enables students to excel in their chosen field and prepares them for meaningful work and life in a dynamic world.
Harkins Hall 206 Phone: 401.865.1211
- PC graduates in the fields of education and social work are ready to hit the ground running, which is why PC’s School of Education and Social Work has earned a reputation among employers for excellent career preparation. At PC, extensive internship and fieldwork opportunities are an integral part of our curriculum—providing our students with the hands-on experience necessary to excel in the workplace.
Harkins Hall 328D, Phone: 401.865.1032, firstname.lastname@example.org
- The School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Providence College produces skilled, empathetic, committed healers who will have a profound impact on patients and healthcare systems. Our graduates stand out for their tangible training and critical thinking skills — derived from a well-rounded education rooted in the liberal arts and Catholic and Dominican values.