Providence Christian is a private, non-denominational college located in Pasadena, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 162 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Providence Christian acceptance rate is 64%. The only major offered is Liberal Arts and Humanities. Providence Christian graduates 56% of its students.
NAIA Division I
California Pacific Conference
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Pretty great school, good environment, very uplifting and a big help in my spiritual walk with God. Attending providence has taught me so much about how to walk with God and how to tell others and be a testimony
My first year at Providence Christian College was an eye opening experience. Mainly due to the fact that I was for one living in the dorms. Being on campus and not at home gave me a sense of freedom and it helped me to become more independent. Second, I am a student athlete, which kept me on my toes. I was always busy with classes, homework, and practices. Yet, I managed to maintain my grades with a 3.0 GPA. Lastly, I loved that my school was Christ-centered, either on or off the field, in or out of classes, it was always around us.
For soccer and volleyball, we just finished our first year of having these sports on campus. our school is growing in many aspects. Although, our supporters has so much school spirit; it was always there. Our school would try and come to all our home games. The teams are obviously new, so there was some problems within each team but overall our performance was good. like I said we were a first year program, which we lost every game but our attitude was to always stay positive about the upcoming games. we made sure that we wouldn't let it get to us because we knew what conditions we were playing in. Each game we would do our best and strive for excellence.