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Providence College Alumni Admission Ambassadors

COVID-19 Update:
Due to safety precautions, there will not be any college fairs this fall. Stay tuned for additional volunteer opportunities in the future!

Become an Alumni Admission Ambassador and share your experiences and your enthusiasm for Providence College with future Friars!

Since 1996, dedicated alumni across the country have volunteered with the Office of Admission and their local communities by attending college fairs. These individuals have provided a unique aspect to the admission process by meeting with families and sharing the spirit of the Providence community with prospective students.

The Providence College Alumni Admission Ambassador Program (PCA3) provides an opportunity to help promote the value of a Providence College education, and continue to expand the recruitment efforts of the Office of Admission. As Providence College continues to grow the applicant pool and the areas where we see student interest, the Office of Admission relies on Ambassadors to represent the College at fairs we are unable to attend. Ambassador volunteers create a larger presence for Providence College across the country and encourage qualified students to apply. They share invaluable personal experiences that go beyond any brochure or website.

What’s Your PC Story? – Hometown to Friartown

When working with prospective students and high school counselors, they want to learn more about the people at Providence College. How can you help? Share your story, the story of a fellow Friar grad, or current PC student. Submit the nomination form below to share a personal PC story that can be shared in communication to local high schools throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. Nominees selected to be profiled for a story will be contacted before any communication is released.


Share your Hometown to Friartown story, or nominate a fellow Friar, here!