The following courses are rolling-admission online independent study courses. Although most of these courses are self-paced, you must complete all course work within 4 months of designated start date. Online courses will not be offered during the 2014-15 year (September 1 2014 - August 31 2015). We're sorry for any inconvenience.
Registration and Payment Process
You can register for an online course at any time throughout the year. Once you have registered, you will have 4 months to complete the course requirements. Online courses begin on the first of every month. Please register 1-2 weeks before you would like to begin your course to allow our office to process your request. For example, if you want to begin your course on November 1, please register by October 15. Full payment (credit card) is required at time of course registration. Registration and payment can be completed online.
Important note: If you have not completed a full application to Providence University College, filling out the registration form above will allow you to enroll under "Special Student" status. You can take up to 5 courses as a Special Student. If you wish to take more than 5 courses, or begin working towards any degree or certificate program, please contact our Admissions team to apply today!
Required text books are not included in these fees. Required text books are not included in these fees and must be purchased separately. You can purchase your required texts by visiting the Providence Bookstore.
Tuition Refund Policy
Full refund (less administrative fee of $35.00) prior to course start date.
To make sure that your computer and internet browser are set up correctly to take our online courses, visit Providence's Itslearning site and click "Browser Test." If there are any issues, follow the instructions the Browser Test feature will provide, or click "Technical Help" on the Itslearning page.
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10 College Crescent
Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada, R0A 1G0
Phone: (204) 433-7488 or (800) 668-7768
Fax: (204) 433-7158
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