Student Consumer Information

Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 Disclosures

The following links provide important information about Providence College, as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. Questions about this information should be directed to the Office of General Counsel via email at     pc.hea@providence.edu

Academic and Administrative

Academic Programs

Regional and Specialized Accreditations

Current Course Catalogs

Credit transfer policies for new students:

Credit transfer policies for enrolled students:

Leave, withdrawal and readmission policies:

Confidentiality of Student Records

Copyright

Student Outcomes

Diversity
Student body diversity – Includes data for: Gender and race/ethnicity & Pell grant recipients  Facilities and Services Available to Students With Disabilities

Athletics

Financial

Price of attendance

Loans

* Information provided by the U.S. Department of Education

Health and Safety

Notifications

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report(Clery Act) – (pdf) includes information on:

Drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs for students – includes information on:

Drug Free Workplace Policy (pdf)
Immunization policies
Privacy of student health records (FERPA) (pages 52-55)

 

Title IX Information

Sexual Harassment and Title IX: Sexual Misconduct or Relationship Violence

 

Voting Registration

Voter Registration Forms

Consumer Complaints

Consumer Complaints Alleging Violations of the HEOA

Higher Education Act Steering Committee

Gail Dyer, General Counsel(Convener)
Kathleen Alvino, Human Resources
Yvonne Arruda, Enrollment Services
Brian Bartolini, Academic Affairs
Janet Castleman, School of Continuing Education
Daniel Demmons, Web Architecture, Design & Services
Koren Kanadanian, Department of Public Safety
Michael Kraten, Accountancy
Steven Maurano, Public and Community Affairs
Sandra Miller, Admissions
Patti Goff, Career Services
Sandra Oliveira, Financial Aid
Jacqueline White, Financial Services

This page was last revised on: January 9, 2018