Experience the Provident Love of God.
We believe that the loving presence of God watches over the entire universe and remains attentive to the needs of all, active in us and through us.
Campus Ministry at the University of Providence provides students with opportunities to experience the Provident love of God and to share this love with others.
With Jesus Christ as our model, we nurture the spiritual and moral development of our students. We aim to form our students as whole and integrated human beings who are prepared to respond to the needs of others with compassion.
We celebrate the richness of our identity as a Roman Catholic university while welcoming the varied and unique perspectives of our student body. We recognize that this diversity enriches our shared journey. The spirituality of our founding order, the Sisters of Providence, shapes and guides our values as a Catholic institution.
Campus Ministry supports the spiritual growth of the University of Providence community through
- Fostering an active sacramental life on campus
- Inviting students to personal and spiritual growth through reflection and faith formation opportunities
- Developing servant leaders for the betterment of society through service opportunities and immersion experiences
- Building community through retreats and fellowship opportunities
- Celebrating the heritage and spirituality of the Sisters of Providence in our university community
What if I am not Catholic?
The University of Providence upholds the inherent dignity of every person and believes that every person is made in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:27). We are all spiritual beings seeking answers to life’s questions.
Whether you are a person of another faith, or of no faith at all, you are welcome to participate in Campus Ministry programming. Campus Ministry seeks to foster the spiritual growth of all students.
What if I am curious about the Catholic Faith or want to be Confirmed?
Campus Ministry offers a series of seminars on Catholicism throughout the year for those who are interested in the Catholic faith. Attending a seminar does not require you to become Catholic. Those interested in receiving sacraments in the Catholic Church are invited to visit the Campus Ministry office for more information.