Providence is excited to announce a tuition freeze for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The tuition freeze will not only make an impact on new University College and Theological Seminary students, but will have a marked effect on the financial pressure on returning undergraduate and graduate students as well.
Financial gifts towards the Providence Fund and Impact 2020: The Campaign for Providence allow Providence to keep tuition costs as low as possible while also providing over 80% of students with scholarships and bursaries amounting to $450,000 annually.
Cameron McKenzie, Provost and VP Academic, remarks on the decision: “It is always a challenge in private Christian higher education to provide students with the kind of quality education that Providence is known for, while at the same time doing all that we can to make it economically accessible. By holding tuition to the current rate for the coming year, Providence is indicating its commitment to ensuring that our transformational educational program will remain available to as wide a variety of students as possible.”
Providence offers transformational education which grows students in knowledge and character for lives of leadership and service.
Bethany (BA 2019) sums up the impact Providence has had on her life, saying, “Providence has made me more of who I am. I found myself at Providence in ways I never expected to or could possibly have dreamed of.”