We are Providence.
Providence is a Christian academic community in the evangelical tradition that teaches people to grow in knowledge and character for leadership and service. Providence students live, learn and grow in the context of our five core values: Christ First. Community. Diversity of Thought. Exploration. Academic Excellence.
Our vision is to be identified among Canada's foremost Christian universities as a learning community that transforms our students into leaders of character, knowledge, and faith to serve Christ in a changing world.
We are Providence, and God has called us here.
About Our Charity
At Providence, students are prepared to become difference-makers in churches, neighbourhoods, and the professional world. The University College and Seminary are unique parts of Providence, each with small class sizes and experienced faculty committed to integrating faith and learning while helping develop our students' skills and character.
Providence University College (est. 1925)
Providence University College encourages exploration of knowledge and faith and prepares students to be difference-makers in the church, the professional world, and society at large. Our university-accredited Undergraduate and Graduate programs elevate our students into a career in their chosen field or serve as prerequisites for post-baccalaureate study.
Providence Theological Seminary (est. 1972)
Providence Theological Seminary exists to serve the church, and we do so by cultivating leaders, creating resources, and enabling theological reflection. We offer degree programs through classroom instruction, modules, and online formats, and whether our students are pursuing academic, church, counselling, or global ministries we ensure that they are professionally and spiritually prepared for their career.
What People Are Saying
"Your giving helps to enable students to follow God's calling in our lives, and for that you have our sincere thanks."
— Jacob Tamlin, Read More
"I definitely feel that Providence has been a part of my identity. I've met so many mentors. I don't think anything can compare to this experience. "
— Lauren Toews, Graduate 2015
"Providence was life-altering. I'll always appreciate what it did for me. I came here to play basketball and got much, much more. "
— Eric Johnson, Graduate 2015