Tuition and Fees

2019-2020 Tuition

  • Full-time (12 to 18 credit hours per semester): $30,996/year
  • Overload fees (over 18 credit hours per semester): $1230/credit hour
  • Part-time (Less than 12 credit hours per semester): $1230/credit hour
  • Auditing fee (per course for non-matriculated students): $34/credit hour

Room and Board

Shared Apartment: $6990/year
Meal Plan: $3500/year    
  *all on-campus Providence students must have a meal plan


Student Activity Fee: $400/year

The Student Activity Fee is applied toward the expense of student publications, clubs, class officers, and co-curricular activities, including intramurals.

Student Services Fee: $450/year

Technology services and support, phones services, postal services, cashiers office, parking, campus safety.

New Student Orientation Fee: $350 (one-time fee)

The New Student Orientation Fee is a one-time fee to help cover the cost for the student orientation and retreat (SOAR). Transfer students who come in after 1st semester will be charged a prorated fee of $150.

Medical Insurance:

Students will be required to show proof of medical insurance coverage.


Security Deposit

  • Commuter student: $100
  • Resident student: $400

Enrollment Deposit

  • $100 Enrollment Deposit, refundable before May 1
  • The enrollment deposit serves as a confirmation of a student’s plan to enroll and is applied toward charges on the student account for the coming semester.

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“Liberal arts is a conversation through which we obtain wisdom. True wisdom, then, founded in the fear and love of the Lord, engenders a desire for a deeper knowledge and love of one another, teaches us and aids us in forgiving and reconciling with one another and encourages us to explore together the limitless implications of our redeemed existence on this earth.”
Danielle D.
Class of 2015

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.”
Proverbs 1:7

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