Providence has the unique ability of gathering staff, faculty and students who are being shaped by love. One of Providence’s greatest strengths is its community and this community flourishes because of this love.
The field of science needs more Christians, those who will look at the world around them and see God’s fingerprints. Providence could play an important role in developing these kinds of scientists.
Providence has taught me how to think deeply, explore differing perspectives, and hold on to what is true. It has opened my eyes to how others think about various issues, thereby equipping me to love others better.
Providence has afforded me a place to explore God’s plan for me, develop business ideas, and take chances in my learning. My professors have stretched me and given me lots to think about.
I see Providence continuing to serve the Christian community in teaching future generations of students in post secondary studies. I am excited to see how the school is evolving and growing its course base. I see a real need for a Christian education in Canada. My husband and I feel strongly that we want to continue to support the school that gave us our own strong foundation of Christian education. We have included Providence in our estate planning as we want to see the school benefit and grow in the future.
Providence has been blessed with an incredibly gifted and dedicated group of people. This half-million dollar investment will nourish their giftedness and propel their teaching, mentoring and service to an exciting new level.
University College Academic Dean
For over 90 years Providence has built into the lives of thousands of students who have made a difference in the world. With ongoing support of generous investors, we will continue to educate difference-makers for the Kingdom.
I believe that what I do is an act of service towards our students, and furthermore, that it lends support and builds up those alongside whom I serve. This is true of each employee of Providence. Each serves our students and community in some way, and each is extremely valuable to the life and character of this place.
Former Providence Women’s Resident Director, Alumna 2013