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Living in residence is possibly one of the most incredible opportunities that you can experience in your time at Providence. The experience of community in a residence hall is full of possibilities for friendships, growth, character formation, learning and personal development. However, transformational experiences in residence halls do not just happen. They are the fruit of intentional leadership and ministry, as well as clear expectations and responsibilities. In this section you will find all of the information that you need to apply to residence, as well as how to be a contributing member of our on-campus community.

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Did you know that compared with students who commute, residence students:

  • Are more likely to graduate
  • Have more interaction with faculty/staff and peers
  • Are more involved with campus and make more use of campus resources
  • Experience a greater change in their values as a result of attending university/college
  • Are more self-directed and self-aware
  • Have higher self-esteem
  • Have stronger critical thinking skills
  • Study about the same amount, and get roughly the same grades
  • Have poorer math skills (weird, right?)”