Providence University College & Theological Seminary

Otterburne, MB

Located in Otterburne, MB and set in a rural environment, Providence University College & Theological Seminary is a private comprehensive higher education institution. This educational institution operates on a semester-based calendar. To find out more about what Providence University College & Theological Seminary has to offer to its students, read on for the latest data reported by this school.

Quick Facts


Total Number of Graduate Students


Student to Faculty Ratio

Student Body

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Main Student Body

The total number of students at this school is 215, according to the information reported in 2006.

Student Population Gender Ratio

121 male and 94 female students attend this school, according to the data from 2006.

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Student to Faculty Ratio

The student-to-faculty or student-to-professor ratio represents the number of students compared to the number of professors at a school.

According to the latest information, the total number of faculty teaching at the institution is 13. 10 male and 3 female faculty members were active at this school in 2006.

Student Population Diversity Graph



Providence University College & Theological Seminary is located in Otterburne, MB.

Contact Information

Providence University College & Theological Seminary,

10 College Crescent

Otterburne, MB

R0A 1G0

204 433-7488

School Website

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