Tuition Payments and Financial Aid

Financial Aid

If you have not already been awarded a financial aid package, please contact the Financial Aid office to begin the process. You will need to submit the  Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Our federal code for the FAFSA is 041539. You will not be placed in college housing until your FAFSA and all other necessary information for financial aid has been submitted to Providence.

If you have received an official financial aid award, please complete the steps below:

  • Return requested forms that were mailed to you with your financial aid package
  • Apply for the Direct Parent PLUS Loan and/or any other alternative loans if needed
  • Complete the VFAO – Virtual Financial Aid Office application if you want to receive federal grants and loans. See Federal Financial Aid section on this website for more information.

Financial Aid questions:
Tina Bos, Financial Aid Advisor, ext. 4038 | bos@providencecc.edu

Tuition Billing and Payment Procedures

Your first tuition payment is due by August 1. Your billing statement will arrive in July.

  • If you have not yet paid your $100 enrollment deposit signifying your intent to attend Providence, please go to the Enrollment Deposit payment page.  Your enrollment deposit will be credited to your account on your invoice.
  • Costs and payment procedures 18-19  — This document will explain tuition, fees, billing, and payment.
  • Payment Plan Application — This form must be completed if you desire to pay off your student account balance throughout the semester (four-month plan). If you do NOT apply for the payment plan, it is expected that you will pay for your first semester in full upon receipt of your billing statement or by August 1.

Tuition payment questions:
Dwayne Johansen, Business Office, ext. 4036 | businessoffice@providencecc.edu

Student Employment

At Providence Christian College student employment serves to assist in the educational program of the college by providing financial resources for the students to help pay for college and by training students to be effective and responsible Christian employees.

  • Student Employment positions are for the entire academic year. At the end of the spring semester, job information for the fall of the next school year will be posted. New students will receive information during the summer regarding available positions.
  • Students need to fill out an employment application online. Department supervisors will review applications, interview and hire qualified candidates in the first two weeks of school.
  • Student employees can earn as much as $2300 per school year.
  • A student employee’s wages may be directly applied to the student’s account balance. When the student’s account balance and the current academic year are paid in full, the student can request the full wages (or any percentage) be paid to him or her.

Expectations

Student employment during college helps prepare students for full-time employment following graduation; therefore, we expect students to act professionally and responsibly in regards to their student employment assignments.

Hiring Process

  • All students who are interested in employment must complete the online student employment application and reapply for student employment each year. Completed applications will be emailed to the supervisor of the department(s) for which you are applying. You may apply to two different departments.
  • Student Employment positions are for the entire academic year. At the end of the spring semester job information for the fall of the next school year will be posted. New students will receive information in the summer regarding available positions.
  • Students may apply for multiple positions but will only be hired for one position.
  • All students receive the same rate of pay, up to $2300 per school year.
  • Students can only work the maximum of 8 hours per week.
  • Supervisors will review all applications and interview those who are good candidates for the position. After the interview process, the supervisor chooses the most qualified candidate(s).
  • Students must adhere to the guidelines set forth in the Student Employment Handbook.

Positions Available

Academic Resource Center (ARC)
  • Assist in the writing lab by conferencing with student writers, assisting with editing, research, and organizational matters.
  • Organize, promote, and/or administer study sessions
  • Be available for peer tutoring and assistance
  • Meet regularly with the director as arranged to discuss ARC matters
Admissions and Marketing Office
  • Student will make phone calls to prospective students and enter resulting data into Populi
  • Student will assist the Admissions Counselors as needed
  • Serve as a volunteer at area conferences and events as sponsored by the college
  • Under the direction of the admissions office, provide regular social media posts regarding the college and their student experience
  • Assist with website updates and college mailings
Operations Student Assistant
  • Report directly to the Assoc. Finance and Operations Analyst.
  • Clean business office and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Assist with Accounts Payable through processing and archiving invoices and bills.
  • Contact vendors for financial information.
  • Assist in special event coordination including catering, setup, and breakdown; occasional weekend work required (Saturday only).
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by supervisor.
  • Assist with mailings and other tasks assigned by the Office of Development
Library
  • Be available at the circulation desk to assist patrons
  • Check in/check out the materials for patrons
  • Keep the library neat and clean
  • Maintain a quiet environment for patrons who are studying
  • Shelve books and periodicals properly
  • Assist with Providence Library projects
  • Assist with WCIU Library projects
Registrar's Office
  • Needs to have an eye for detail and be able to respect and maintain strict confidentiality
  • Should have experience with Microsoft Word and Excel; working in Publisher will also be expected
  • Filing and organizing files
  • Occasional editing or creating academic publications
  • Assisting professors: copying, typing and possibly grading
  • Periodic cleaning/organization of academic areas
Cleaning Position
  • Clean student lounge twice per week
  • Clean all designated Providence classrooms
  • Clean staff offices
  • Other tasks as assigned
Mail Center/Main Reception Office
  • Answer all incoming calls on the college’s main phone lines and transfer calls as necessary
  • Greet all guests and give directions
  • Apply postage to outgoing college mail
  • Sort and deliver incoming mail
  • Log and deliver packages
  • Light cleaning/organizing as needed in office area
Academics-Teacher Assistant
Application only available to returning students.
  • Participate in all training, orientation, and supervision activities.
  • Maintain confidentiality concerning student performance, grades, disability concerns, personal issues, and advising issues except when consulting with the supervising faculty member.
    Maintain appropriate schedule to fulfill responsibilities.
  • Assist with data collection and analysis.
  • Assist with grading (i.e. provide feedback on written assignments; grade portions of exams off a grading key created by the course instructor; grade short answer questions for which a clear grading rubric has been developed).
  • Support class management by taking attendance, distributing materials, facilitating group activities, etc.
  • Abide by college policies applicable to one’s work.
*Applicants will also need to complete a separate Teaching Assistant application found here: Student TA Application 2018.
Athletics Student Assistant
  • Report to the Director of Athletics.
  • Assist in the operations and management of games and matches.
  • Create game day graphics and promotional materials.
  • Assist with social media and photo/video stories.
  • Write game recaps and feature stories for seabeggars.com website.
  • Implement Champions of Character Program.
  • Weekend and evening work is required.
IT Tech Support
  •  Provide on-site support to classrooms and faculty and staff offices during morning, afternoon, and evening hours
  •  Have a working, basic knowledge of Windows products and other college-owned technology
  •  Monitor Tech Support ticketing system and complete tickets as required
  •  Keep record of tech inventory and perform routine checks on classroom technology
  •  Capable of working independently and reliably logging in hours assigned

"My passion is to engage in apologetics and not only defend the Christian faith on an academic level, but to also teach young Christians how to defend their faith against the skeptics of our day.”
Femi O.
Class of 2018

“The Christian mind is the prerequisite of Christian thinking, and Christian thinking is the prerequisite for Christian action.”
Harry Blamires

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