Campus Resources

There are a number of resources available to students while on campus. Use the links below to find the information you’re looking for.

Campus Bookstore

Get your Sea Beggar swag online by visiting our virtual campus store! For textbooks and required class texts, consult your registration page on Populi. Books can be purchased through Amazon or other online booksellers.

Campus Directory

Need to find an office or contact a staff member? Browse through our Campus Directory.

Career Development

The career center in McGavran Hall offers students a job and internship board as well as help with resumes and mock interviews. Contact careercenter@providencecc.edu if you need assistance with your resume or are looking for job opportunities.

Library

Providence shares the Kenneth Scott Latourette Library with Frontier Ventures and William Carey International University.

Campus Map & Parking

Download a printable PDF Campus Map or view online.

Academic Resources

Students can take advantage of the Academic Resource Center while at Providence.

Campus Office Hours

The main office in Speer Hall is open from 8 am to 6 pm during the school year, and from 9 am to 5 pm during the summer. The main line is 626.696.4000.

Campus Mail

Students who receive packages will be notified via email. They will then be able to pick up their package in the main office of Speer Hall. Students are also provided a mailbox in their dorm in Aylward Hall, where they will receive letters.

Maintenance Requests

Requests may be made by emailing maintenance@providencecc.edu. Students should receive a response within 24 hours from the maintenance staff and most issues should be resolved within 48 hours. Please contact your community director if the request is not addressed in a timely manner.

Food Service

Commendations and recommendations may be emailed to foodservice@providencecc.edu. These comments are brought to WCIU Food Service through the Student Senate Food Service Committee and are used to improve the food service program on campus.

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Danielle D.
Class of 2015

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Westminster Shorter Catechism

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