Application for Admission

Congratulations on deciding to take the first step toward an amazing future by applying to Providence Christian College!

Please choose the application that describes you best.

Use the Freshman Application if:
-you are a high school senior and haven’t taken any college or university courses
-you have taken or will take college or university courses prior to high school graduation

Apply now as a freshman! 

Use the Transfer Application if: 
-you have taken college or university courses after high school graduation

Apply now as a transfer! 

Admissions Requirements

  • ACT minimum: English 18, Math 18, Composite 19
  • New SAT minimum: Reading and Writing 500, Math 500, Composite 1000
  • CLT minimum: 58 (find out more about the Classic Learning Test here)
  • Old SAT minimum: Critical Reading 460, Math 460, Composite 920
  • High school GPA minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • College 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.
  • The applicant must have completed 16 units of coursework in high school (each unit representing one year of satisfactory work). The following program is strongly recommended in preparation for a Providence education:
    • English (college preparatory with grades of C+ or higher in each unit) (3 units)
    • Mathematics (Algebra I & II and Geometry with grades of C+ or higher in each course) (3 units)
    • History/Social Sciences (3 units)
    • Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) (One must be a lab science) (3 units)
    • Foreign Language (with a grade of C or above in the final year) (2 units)
    • Electives (2 units)


“My classes and professors really helped me develop a Christian perspective on teaching, something that transcends differences in cultures of classrooms and has given me a framework to try to adapt my teaching to Honduran students.”
Emily D.
Alumna - Class of 2014

“To bring back truth, on a practical level, the church must encourage Christians to be not merely consumers of culture but makers of culture.”
J. Gresham Machen

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