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University of Providence - MT

Institution Name
University of Providence - MT

1301 20th Street South
Great Falls, MT 59405

Liaison Officer
Ms Melanie Houge

School URL

Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Program: Undergraduate
Pell and other grants
State grant/scholarship
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2023.

Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In April 2023

The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:

Additional Information
As an expression of the teaching mission of Jesus Christ, the mission of the University of Providence (formerly University of Great Falls) is to provide students with the opportunity to obtain a liberal education for living and for making a living.

The University of Providence was founded through the collaborative efforts of the Sisters of Providence, the Ursuline Sisters, the Catholic Bishop of Great Falls and the civic community all of whom recognized societal need for higher education. Its educational mission, sponsored by the Sisters of Providence, continues to be the shared endeavor of dedicated people.

The University cooperates with both private and public institutions to attain goals consistent with its educational purpose and values.

The University continually and responsibly evaluates its operation and programs. It develops professional and career programs and continuing education courses designed in view of society's present and future needs as well as traditional academic degrees in appropriate fields.

The University offers students a foundation for actively implementing Gospel values and the teaching of Jesus within the Catholic tradition; it serves students of all beliefs who wish to take advantage of its programs.

The faculty and staff of the University join with students in a cooperative and enthusiastic search for truth, so that students may develop:

Character have a positive impact on the world and to the communities in which they live and work, particularly by recognizing and accepting personal accountability to themselves, to society, and to God;

Competence further their ability to live full and rewarding lives by becoming competent working members of society who know the basics of their professional field and have access to future learning;

Commitment find meaning in life which enables them to participate effectively in society while transcending its limitations, by living according to their own moral and religious convictions, as well as by respecting the dignity and beliefs of other people.

No matter what you’re interested in studying, there’s a school on the list for you.
– Bill Brown, Syracuse University
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