The Impact of Your Gift to Providence

Providence Christian College takes great pride in offering Faith Guided Learning™ to students seeking a holistic Christian college education. And you can partner with us and support our mission to equip students to be firmly grounded in biblical truth, thoroughly educated in the liberal arts, and fully engaged in their church, their community and the world for the glory of God and for service to humanity.

We are committed to providing students with an affordable education – which would not be possible without the generous support of hundreds of donors. 100% of our students at Providence qualify for some form of financial aid so your generosity is critical to our success.

Why Your Gift is Important

Without hundreds of donors, Providence would not be able to keep our commitment to provide an affordable Christian education for college-bound students. Learn More.

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Read about the great accomplishments made by Shelli Cammenga, class of 2013.

How to Give

Learn about the many different ways you may give a gift to Providence.

Become a Corporate Member

The Board of Trustees of Providence Christian College cordially invites you to prayerfully consider participating in the purpose and vision of Providence and become a Corporate Member.

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The Barnabas Foundation is a Christian nonprofit that provides Planned Giving services to its nearly 200 Christian member organizations and their constituents.

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“For my Avodah first semester, we went to Skid Row in LA and that just really resonated with me in terms of what I am getting at Providence in interdisciplinary education.”
Colin B.
Class of 2017

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

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