“I don’t have time to _________.” Fill in the blank.
Right now mine would read, “I don’t have time to blog.”
I received an email from the “blog police” at PC, (you know who you are) letting me know it had […]
Francisco Oller is a junior management major who was born in Puerto Rico and lived there until he came to school at Providence College. He was born with a rare genetic disease called Pelizaeus Merzbacher, and he […]
New to Providence College’s Digital Commons this Fall is the Assisi Institute Journal.
“The Assisi Institute Journal provides a forum for interdisciplinary investigation into the presence and working of psyche […]
On Monday I registered for my last semester of college——yikes. Registration at PC is a somewhat stressful time of year since most courses are selected on a “free-for-all” basis. On registration day (one […]
In my last post, we talked about the high school transcript and specifically how we look at curriculum as we review applications. Now, let’s talk about performance – measured by a student’s grades achieved – and […]
This past weekend was just what I needed.
With my thirteen fellow NOLA team members and Bob, our Campus Minister, we packed up a couple PC vans and headed to a gorgeous retreat center in North Scituate, Rhode […]