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  • Great students, great staff, room to grow on diversity and inclusion.

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    I have been working at Providence College


    Great college community, most of the students I worked with were smart, caring, wonderful young people.


    Departments range from amazing and innovated to antiquated and limiting in how they run and the room for faculty to do their work well. Overall culture is quite conservative and policies and practices are questionable in their support of non-white male students, faculty or staff.

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    Be open to more innovative, non traditional ways of learning and teaching---that's where students seem to benefit the most but are funded the least.

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    I applied online. The process took 4 weeksinterviewed at Providence College.


    They call you about salaries first. If you don't match, you will not move on. Do some research beforehand. Phone conversation was cold and unwelcoming. It might help to know people.

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Headquarters Providence, RI
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1917
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Students don't need divine intervention to get into Providence College, they just need good grades and an interest in liberal arts. The Catholic institution of higher education offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a range of academic disciplines including business, fine and performing arts, humanities, natural science, and mathematics. The majority of Providence College's incoming students come from New England, with a smattering originating from the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. Providence College was founded in 1917 through a joint effort of the Diocese of... More

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