UP offers a unique experience to connect with fellow students in a way few other campuses can do.
Community building, sporting events, outdoor activities are just some of the ways you can fully envelope yourself in the campus community.
Located right near the Missouri river, UP’s campus offers students access to the wide range of outdoor adventures like skiing, hiking, biking, fishing and more.
Living with your peers is an essential part of your collegiate experience. Moving into our residents halls creates memorable living and learning experiences for students who come from communities beyond Great Falls.
If you are living away from home for the first time, it can be challenging. You are likely to experience the mixed emotions of excitement and anxiety. The aim of the Residential Life Staff is to make that transition from home to campus life as easy and as comfortable as possible for you. With the support of live-in Resident Directors and Resident Assistants, you’ll soon make university housing your new home.
We understand that students who live on campus come from many different backgrounds. This provides each of us the opportunity to learn and grow by building community with people who bring new and exciting things to the table. It is a wonderful experience to become life-long friends with diverse roommates or fellow residents in other buildings. Residential Life Staff strive to create communities that embrace unique individuals and all members of our university.
The residence hall for freshman students is Emilie Hall, located at the northeast end of campus.
Residential apartments for sophomores, juniors, and seniors are Argo Hall, Sikora Hall and Sister Rita Mudd Hall, located at the southwest end of campus.
Students seeking an exemption to the housing and/or meal plan requirements must communicate directly with the Residential Life Office by emailing email@example.com. Exemptions will be considered and are made on a case-by-case basis.
For those seeking summer housing, please see the Summer Housing Application below.
Thank you for your interest in the Resident Assistant (RA) position. The RA position is a wonderful opportunity to make a lasting impact on current and future students, to be a role model, and to develop important leadership skills. As you review the RA job description, keep in mind these are characteristics of a proactive, present, and patient student leader.
The application process will consist of several mandatory steps.
Complete the application.
Submit a Resume.
Submit one letter of recommendation.
Submit an athletic release (if you are a student athlete).
Attend a group interview.
Attend an individual interview.
The group and individual interviews will take place during the month of March.
Consider the following before you apply:
Athletes are required to have signed participation form from their coach.
Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
All application materials are due by Wednesday, February 26th.
Welcome New Argos to the University of Providence!
We’re very excited to welcome you to campus this fall! The New Student Orientation is designed to provide all new students with essential information related to academic requirements and campus resources at the University of Providence. New Student Orientation is a long-standing and vital program that serves as a critical initiation for new students and represents an important vehicle for disseminating information, is a catalyst for building community, and serves to both communicate and define campus culture. In addition, orientation activities provide you the opportunity to make valuable connections with current faculty, staff, and students.