Providence College Morning Mail

Active Minds Online Hub & Webinars

March 23, 2020

Active Minds has created a special online hub for students to support their mental health during COVID-19. Additionally, Active Minds is offering two webinars this week specifically designed to support students who want to learn about caring for their own wellbeing, want to continue their mental health advocacy online, and/or want to learn about how to navigate unique communication challenges that come with returning home, transitioning to online learning, and staying connected while practicing physical distancing.

Take exercise breaks

March 23, 2020

Exercise not only facilitates better physical health, but it’s also proven to help emotionally and mentally thanks to the release of endorphins. Try completing a quick at home circuit or walking around the the block for 10 minutes when you feel overwhelmed or tired to improve mood and focus.

Class of ’21, ’22 & ’23 – Apply to be a Summer Assistant in the Office of Admission!

March 23, 2020

Each summer, the Providence College Office of Admission welcomes hundreds of visitors onto our campus to learn more about what the college community has to offer its students. Research has found that the single most important factor in a student’s decision to apply and ultimately enroll at an educational institution is the campus visit.

Invitation to membership in Theta Alpha Kappa

March 6, 2020

I am pleased to invite you to apply for membership in this prestigious and internationally recognized honor society. If you are an undergraduate student who has completed three semesters at Providence College and completed (or are registered in) at least twelve semester credits in theology at Providence College with an average grade of 3.5 or better, with a 3.0 grade point average overall, then you are eligible for active membership in the College’s sponsored Chapter, Theta Alpha Kappa Chapter.

Randall Lecture rescheduled

March 6, 2020

The Randall Lecture will now be held on April 2nd at 4:30

Theology Student Conference 2020

March 6, 2020

Please consider submitting a paper for Theology’s third annual student conference, to be held on Saturday, April 4! If you have a research paper you would like to share, we will help you make it into a great 20 minute presentation. Papers on any topic are welcome, and there will be time for up to six presentations. Send an abstract (a short summary) of 100-200 words, along with your paper, to me at dspezzan@providence.edu by March 16th. The conference will be followed by a free lunch. Come and share the fruits of your contemplation!

Senior Week Core Info Session TODAY

March 5, 2020

Attention Juniors! Come to the Senior Week Core Info Session today at 4pm in the Slavin Fishbowl. Learn how you can apply to be on the 2021 Senior Week Core to plan your grade’s Senior Week!

Attention All First-Year Students and Seniors – We Need Your Help!

March 5, 2020

Please respond to the e-mail invitation (from Catherine Gagne ) that was sent to you to participate in the College’s administration of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). A reminder message was sent out on Monday, March 2 and another reminder will go out on Tuesday, March 17. The survey helps us understand how students are spending time in and out of the classroom, which guides decisions that benefit PC students. For example, results from past NSSE administrations have helped increase the number of available student research and internship opportunities. Complete the survey and you will be entered in to a prize drawing for 1 of 30 Amazon gift cards worth $25 each.

Senior Yearbook Tributes

March 5, 2020

Seniors if you, your parents or friends wish to order and design a Tribute Ad to go inside the 2020 VERITAS yearbook go to www.tributeads.com and search for Providence College in the top search field to get started. Don’t forget to order your own yearbook at YBPay.co and enter school ID 12707520.

TODAY Keeping the Faith: Careers in Science Panel

March 5, 2020

TODAY. 4:30. RUANE GREAT ROOM. “Faith & Science” is hosting a panel discussion, featuring professors of biology, physics, chemistry, and psychology from both PC and Brown, who will discuss how their work in the sciences is informed by their faith, and answer any questions you might have about the relationship between faith and science. Come and see! Refreshments will be served

Order your 2020 Yearbook

March 5, 2020

STUDENTS Order your 2020 Providence College VERITAS Yearbook, go to YBPay.co and enter school ID 12707520. Or See Attached Image

Take home a great read over Spring Break!

March 5, 2020

Before you leave campus for Spring Break, there’s one place you need to visit: Phillips Memorial Library. No, NOT to study – to get a fun book to take home! Our shelves have just been refreshed with dozens of brand new bestsellers. Browse the collection here first , or just come by and take a look. Bestsellers are located on the first floor near the stairwell/elevator. Have a happy and relaxing week!

PC’s Irish Heritage Festival is tonight!

March 5, 2020

Rhode Island Irish History Lecture Tonight! Join Providence College and the Providence St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee for an evening of local Irish history as well as Irish Dance performed by the providence college Irish Step Dancers. This event is happening tonight at 6pm in the Slavin Center 64′ Hall

Friar Fanatics Bingo! TONIGHT @9pm McPhail’s

March 5, 2020

How about them Friars?! The Friars Men’s basketball team is on fire! Cheer them on in the Big East Tourney with some new Friars gear! Win some Friar gear Thursday at Friar Fanatics Bingo! It’s all about the heart and soul, go Friars!

Phi Sigma Tau Membership Information – Deadline March 13th

March 4, 2020

You are invited to apply for membership in this prestigious and internationally recognized honor society. Please ‘Read More’ below to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member!