Transportation can be a major problem for college students since many can’t afford their own car. Thankfully, Pasadena has a mass transit system called the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System, or ARTS for short. Though the ARTS bus can take people almost anywhere they need to travel within Pasadena, some Providence students have had a difficult time understanding how it works.Read More →

Derek Halvorson, President of Providence Christian College, met with the Mayor of Pasadena, Bill Bogaard, in his office at City Hall. After Providence moved to Pasadena, President Halvorson wrote to the Mayor requesting a meeting and followed up his inquiry with a phone call. In response, he received a letter from the Mayor confirming his request.Read More →

Ruby Snieder has changed immensely from the small, Midwestern girl she was just a few years ago. During a recent interview, I learned much about the Women’s Resident Director (RD) from Providence Christian College. “I think college was so incredibly valuable that I wanted to have other people have that same experience,” Ruby said about her decision to become an RD. This desire to help others seems to be the driving force of her future plans. When asked what she wants to pursue after her work at Providence she told me she’d love to go into counseling, and ultimately run her own counseling center. “IRead More →

On October 30th, twenty-three Providence students met for the service Avodah to learn about the East Los Angeles branch of a missions agency called Servant Partners that seeks to plant churches amongst the urban poor and partner with them in transforming their communities.Read More →

Friday, October 22, 2010- Pasadena, CA – Members of the Providence Students for Life (SFL) club met in front of Planned Parenthood’s Pasadena Center off of Lake Ave. and Belvidere St. to pray and reach out to women seeking the organization’s services. Approximately ten Providence students stood in the drizzling rain holding signs that explained what abortion does as they sought to refer women to a local crisis pregnancy center, Living Well Pregnancy Center.Read More →

What is the cost of attending Providence? The total fiscal cost varies from student to student based on their financial aid package (one that is notably more generous than many other Reformed Christian institutions). But students pay more than money during their stay here.Read More →

Parents and families from all around the U.S. and Canada traveled to Providence Christian College for Family Weekend, October 15th-17th, to spend time with their children or siblings. Family Weekend is a unique Providence tradition where families have the opportunity to visit their students in their new abode and live a few days in their shoes.Read More →