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    Seating Charts: Dunkin' Donuts Center | Schneider Arena
    Directions: Mullaney Gymnasium/Alumni Hall and Schneider Arena | Dunkin' Donuts Center

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    Mullaney Gymnasium/Alumni Hall

    Located on campus in Alumni Hall, Mullaney Gymnasium proudly hosts all of our women's basketball home games. All seating is general admission and is first come, first served. See the Friars in action along with the Friar mascot, Providence College Cheerleaders and Pep Band at each home game!

    Year opened: 1955
    Renovated: The most recent renovation project was completed in the fall of 2012.
    Seating Capacity: 1,854
    History: Hosted Men's basketball games until 1972 when the men moved downtown. In 1974 it welcomed it's first women's team, continuing the winning tradition that the men's program started. In March 1993, Providence hosted the 11th BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship here. It was the second time in conference history that the tournament was held at Mullaney Gymnasium.

    Schneider Arena     Seating Chart    Purchase Tickets

    Located on Huxley Avenue, Schneider Arena is PC's own ice hockey complex. Men's and Women's hockey play all of their home games here.  Seating is reserved throughout Schneider Arena for men's ice hockey home games, and is general admission during women's ice hockey home games. Concessions are available in the lobby and you'll also want to pick up your Chuck-a-Puck for our between periods contest!

    Year Opened: 1973
    Seating Capacity: 3,030
    History: Dedicated and named in memory of the late Reverend Herman D. Schneider, O.P., the founder of the Friars' highly successful hockey program and a long time member of the school's faculty. It is also home to many high school and youth hockey programs in Rhode Island and annually hosts the RIIL High School State Championships in March. The building has undergone several renovations, most recently the replacement of all of the arena's seats in 2007 and in 2009 it recieved an upgrade to the Friends of Friar Hockey room.

    Directions to Campus(Mullaney Gymnasium/Alumni Hall and Schneider Arena)

    The official address of the college is One Cunningham Sq. Providence, RI 02918.  To access parking via the Huxley Avenue gate, you should follow  the directions below and then follow Eaton St up the hill from the River Aveune gate until you come to a light at the intersection with Huxley Ave.  The campus will be on your left.  Take a left at the light and look for the entrance to the campus on your left.

    From Boston and Points North using I-95
    Follow I-95 South to Rhode Island Exit 23 (Charles Street). Proceed right onto Charles Street and go 0.2 miles to the first light at Admiral Street. Take a left onto Admiral Street and proceed approximately 1.2 miles to the third light at River Avenue. Take a left onto River Avenue to the next light (0.4 miles) at Eaton Street. The gate of the campus will be on your left.

    From New York, Southern Connecticut and Points South
    Take I-95 North to Rhode Island Exit 23 (State Offices). Turn right onto Orms Street. After the first light, veer right onto Douglas Avenue (Route 7). Proceed 0.7 miles to the third light on Douglas and make a left-hand turn onto Eaton Street. Proceed about 0.6 miles to the second light at the intersection of Eaton Street and River Avenue. The gate of the campus will be on your right

    From Albany and Western Massachusetts using I-90
    Take I-90 East to Exit 10A (Worcester/Providence, Routes 146/20) which will lead you to Route 146 South (Providence). For almost an hour, follow Route 146 South into Providence, RI, to the Admiral Street exit. Take a right onto Admiral Street and proceed approximately 1.1 miles to the second light at River Avenue. Take a left onto River Avenue to the next light (0.4 miles) at Eaton Street. The gate of the campus will be on your left.

    From Hartford and Central Connecticut
    Take I-84 to Route 2 East. Follow Route 2 East to Norwich, CT and then take I-395 North. Proceed along I-395 North to Route 6 East. Take Route 6 East into Johnston, RI. Proceed along Route 6 East to Route 10 North. Take I-95 North to Rhode Island Exit 23 (State Offices). Turn right onto Orms Street. After the first light, veer right onto Douglas Avenue (Route 7). Proceed 0.7 miles to third light on Douglas and make a left-hand turn onto Eaton Street. Proceed about 0.6 miles to the second light at the intersection of Eaton Street and River Avenue. The gate of the campus will be on your right.

    From Fall River, New Bedford, and Cape Cod
    Take I-195 West to I-95 North, to Rhode Island Exit 23 (State Offices). Turn right onto Orms Street. After the first light, veer right onto Douglas Avenue (Route 7). Proceed 0.7 miles to the third light on Douglas and make a left-hand turn onto Eaton Street. Proceed about 0.6 miles to the second light at the intersection of Eaton Street and River Avenue. The gate of the campus will be on your right.

    Dunkin' Donuts Center     Seating Chart     Purchase Tickets

    Located in the heart of downtown Providence, the Dunkin Donuts Center is the site of all Providence Men's Basketball home games. Please visit the official website at www.dunkindonutscenter.com for detailed venue information. With a seating capacity of over 12,000, the Dunkin Donuts Center has become one of the toughest venues in the BIG EAST Conference!  A limited number of tickets for most men's basketball games are available through the Dunkin' Donuts Center Box Office.  Contact them directly at (401)331-6700 to check availibility, or charge-by-phone through Ticketmaster at (401)331-2211.  You can always purchase tickets for men's basketball home games directly through the Providence College Athletic Ticket Office at 401-865-GOPC.

    Year Opened: 1972
    Renovated: The most recent renovation project was completed in the fall of 2008.
    Seating Capacity: 12,993
    History: In the over 30 years that the Dunkin' Donuts Center has hosted the Providence Friars, they have earned a .719 winning percentage in their home contests. This is a testament to both the long-standing tradition of Friar Basketball and also to the competitive atmosphere that our loyal fans provide year after year. Originally known as the Providence Civic Center, it became the Dunkin' Donuts Center in 2001 and is affectionately known to Rhode Islanders as the "Dunk". Between 1976 and 2006, the building proudly hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament six times, and Providence College and the Dunkin' Donuts Center proudly and successfully hosted the tournament again in 2010.

    Directions to the Dunkin' Donuts Center

    From 95 South
    Take 95 South to Exit 22A in Providence. Take a right at the second set of lights. At the stop sign, take a right. Bare right after your next set of lights. The Parking garage is on your right, and the Dunkin' Donuts Center is directly across the street.

    From 95 North
    Take 95 North to Exit #22. Follow the signs for downtown Providence. At the end of the exit, take a right at the light. At your next light, take a right (Westin Hotel is on your right). Follow down the street. The Parking Garage is on your right hand side. The Dunkin' Donuts Center is directly across the street.

    From 195 West
    Take 195 West to 95 North. Take 95 North to the Exit 22. At the end of the exit, take a right at the light. At your next light, take a right (Westin Hotel is on your right). Follow down the street. The Parking Garage is on your right hand side. The Dunkin' Donuts Center is directly across the street.