Online Application for Admission
- ACT minimum: English 18, Math 18, Composite 19
- New SAT minimum: Reading and Writing 500, Math 500, Composite 1000
- Old SAT minimum: Critical Reading 460, Math 460, Composite 920
- High school GPA minimum of 2.5 GPA
- The applicant must articulate a credible profession of faith in Jesus Christ. A credible profession would agree with the Apostles’ Creed or one of the other historic ecumenical Christian creeds.
Online Application Steps
- Complete and submit the online Application for Admission. The start of the process is below.
- Pay the $25 application fee (via PayPal)
- Send in your official high school or homeschooling association transcript.
- Send a copy of your ACT or SAT test results (not required for students transferring 24 credits or more).
- SAT Code: 7893
ACT Code: 6958
- SAT Code: 7893
- For those seeking transfer credits, send a copy of your transcripts from any and all colleges attended.
- If applicable, send in a copy of your exam scores from any AP, IB, or CLEP courses.
Preparing To Apply
Before you apply, please review and prepare the necessary information for your application.
- The application requires a pastoral or spiritual character reference. This is a required field so please find the name, phone number, and email of your reference before you begin the application. You will also be asked to provide the name and address of the current church you are attending, as well as the pastor of the church.
- A short statement of 3-5 sentences asking the following question is required. You may want to prepare your answer before you begin the application. Question: Please articulate your personal faith in Christ Jesus, using scriptural references where appropriate.
- You will be asked if you agree to abide by the following Providence Expectations and follow the expectations for student behavior in the Student Handbook.
1. Weekly church and chapel attendance
2. Commitment to rigorous academic standards, class attendance, and participation
3. Completing 15 units of study in Bible as a part of the core curriculum
4. Non-participation in practices known to be morally wrong by Biblical standards, such as drunkenness, stealing, causing dissension among community members, slanderous or profane language, dishonesty, occult practices, premarital sex, adultery or other sexual sins as defined by the Providence Christian College student handbook.
5. Abstention from the possession or use of alcoholic beverages (under 21), tobacco products (under 18), non-medical narcotics, or hallucinogenic drugs (including marijuana). Providence is an alcohol free and tobacco free campus.
Please contact your Admissions Counselor if you have any questions about the application before you begin. You can see the entire Admissions Application 2016 if you would like to look at all of questions in the .pdf version before you apply.
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