In order for us to carry on our rich tradition in Friar Athletics, while competing in one of the toughest conferences in the nation, we need your continued support. Below is a list of the different funds that your donations are able to support:
Friars Forever Athletic Fund
These unrestricted dollars are the fundraising arm of Providence College Athletics. This fund supports all aspects of PC Athletics to make the student-athlete experience the best it can be.
Sport Specific Fund
Providence College Athletics consists of 17 varsity sports that need your generosity to succeed at the highest level in Division I Athletics. Alumni, Friends, and Parents are able to donate to their sport of choice and make a direct impact on the future success of that sport.
Providence College funds 119 student-athlete scholarships. There is no greater gift than that of education. Your donation to the scholarship fund enables PC to allow a student-athlete to succeed both in the classroom and on the field of play.
To compete at the highest level of Division I sports, we must improve all aspects of our athletic complexes to ensure our student-athletes have the opportunity to utilize first class facilities such as the Concannon Fitness Center and the Sports Medicine Complex.
Success in PC Athletics could not have been realized without your generosity and support and the tireless work of our student-athletes, coaches, staff, alumni, donors, and entire Providence College community. It is truly a team effort!
Please join us in celebrating our great success in 2006-2007. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to a successful 2007-08 year.
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Zimmerman Named To New...
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Phil Towler Named An All-Ame...
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2014 NCAA College Cup Central
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Women's Basketball Falls...
The Providence College women's basketball team fell to Florida Gulf Coast, 68-58, on Thursday, Dec. 11 at Alico Arena in Fort Myers, Fla. Tori Rule led the ...