Admission

All future and current students interested in pursuing a major in business (accountancy, finance, management, or marketing) should review the guidelines for admission to the School of Business carefully.

Future PC Students

The Providence College Office of Admission reviews all undergraduate applicants to Providence College. Students considering any of the four undergraduate majors (accountancyfinancemanagement, or marketing) within the School of Business should apply to Providence College using the Common Application. Students who are interested in the School of Business should indicate their intended major on the Providence College member page within the Common Application.

Learn more about the undergraduate admission process here.

Please contact the Office of Admission with any questions:

Harkins Hall 103
Phone: 401-865-2535
Toll Free: 1-800-721-6444
Fax: 401-865-2826
Email: pcadmiss@providence.edu
Website: providence.edu/admission

 

Current PC Students

All current Providence College students pursuing a business major or considering any of the four undergraduate business majors (accountancy, finance, management, or marketing) must meet the following eligibility requirements below, effective Fall 2017, to enter or continue in the Providence College School of Business (PCSB).

Please review these policies carefully and contact the PCSB Undergraduate Office with any questions:

Ryan Center 135
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 401-865-2332
Email: pcsb@providence.edu

Students who have completed less than two semesters of college coursework

(Effective Fall 2017)

All new first year and transfer business students with less than two semesters of college coursework will need to achieve a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA in all of their coursework at the completion of two full semesters to continue in their business major sophomore year in the PCSB.

GPA reviews will take place at the end of each semester during the first two semesters of coursework only. Students deemed at risk (those with a cumulative GPA under 2.75) will receive a warning notice in January informing them of the potential for dismissal from the School of Business. Any business student who does not meet the minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA requirement at the end of the second semester of coursework will be changed to “undeclared” and will no longer be a business major, effective the summer before sophomore year.

Transfer students and first year students who enter Providence College during the spring term will also need to meet the minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA requirement to continue in the School of Business their sophomore year.

Any student who does not achieve a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA at the end of their first year at Providence College is eligible to be reevaluated for admission to the business school, and must meet the minimum 2.5 GPA requirement before the end of their second year at Providence College to declare a business major.