Quick Facts

Quick Facts


Situated on a beautiful 100 acres along the Rat River, the Providence campus encourages contemplation and reflection and facilitates strong, close-knit community life. We are located in southern Manitoba, 30 minutes south of Winnipeg (the providence's capital city, and near numerous towns that offer opportunities for involvement in church and youth ministry.

Providence has an extension site in Alberta that hosts the Counselling & Counselling Psychology programs.

Providence receives funding from our Board, from our corporation, from our alumni, through tuition, private donations, and supporting services. 


Total Annual    Enrolment: 464

Undergraduate Enrolment: 293

Alumni: 8582

Average Class Size:   15-20 students

Providence offers 16 Undergraduate programs in four areas (Arts & Sciences, Biblical Studies & Practical Theology, the Modern Language Institute, and Professional Studies) and 11 Graduate programs.

Living in the Providence residence halls gives the unique opportunity to live on your own but not alone. You will meet students from all over the world, establish life-long friendships, and get involved in a variety of on-campus activities. Residents participate in the meal plan and have access to wireless internet, study areas, and laundry facilities. There are six residences: Bergen Hall, Eichhorst Hall, Kindred, Sweet, Cundy, and Turner. On-campus housing and apartments are also available.
The William Falk Library houses more than 96,000 physical items, 127,000 electronic books, and provides access to electronic databases.
With the help of the provincial government and industry partners, Providence has taken the lead in creating a Green Campus through our Biomass District Heat System, Geothermal Heating and Cooling System, eWaste Recycling and involvements in the 50by30, Biomass Economy Network, and the Biomass Brokerage Initiatives. Providence strives to care for the world God has created and these are some of the steps we are taking to do so.

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Undergraduate Studies

(B.A., B.A. Honours, B.A. Advanced) Biblical & Theological Studies, Church Ministries, Worship Studies, Youth Leadership, Culture & Christianity, Community Development Studies, Humanities, Intercultural Studies, Interdisciplinary Arts, Mathematics (minor), Psychology, Social Sciences, Sociology, Theatre, Aviation, Business Administration, Communications & Media, Integrative Vocational Studies, Music, Social Work, TESOL (Teaching English)

Bachelor of Theology
Certificate of Bible and Theology
Certificate of TESOL
Diploma in Aviation

Graduate Studies

(M.A.) Master of Arts (Christian Studies), Master of Arts in Educational Studies (majors: Youth Ministry, Educational Studies, Student Development, TESOL, TTESOL), Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Master of Arts in Counselling, Master of Arts in Global Studies (majors: Missiology, TESOL, TTESOL), Master of Arts (Theological Studies - tracks in Biblical Studies or Systematic Theology), Master of Arts in TESOL, Master of Arts in TTESOL.

Master of Divinity (Professional – tracks in Biblical Languages, English Bible, Pastoral Counselling, Pentecostal Studies or Youth Ministry)
Master of Divinity (Honours)
Doctor of Ministry (Pastoral Leadership or Pastoral Counselling)


Undergraduate: Dept. of Biblical Studies & Practical Theology, Dept. of Arts & Sciences, and Dept. of Professional Studies
Graduate: Dept. of Biblical & Theological Studies, Dept. of Christian Ministries, Dept. of Counselling, and Dept. of Global Studies

Member of: ABHE  |  ATS  |  TESL Canada Certified


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