The Slavin Center is Providence College’s student union and offers the Providence College community a location to come together for a variety of purposes. Slavin Center contains ’64 Hall, ones of the largest meeting spaces on campus, as well as several other reservable meeting spaces.
In addition to lounge space, Slavin Center is also home to many student organization offices such as the Board of Multicultural Student Affairs, the Board of Programmers, the Friars Club, Student Congress, PCTV, and WDOM.
Many student service offices are also housed in the Slavin Center — The Dean of Students Office, Student Activities & Cultural Programming, Career Education & Professional Development, Residence Life, Citizenship & Off-Campus Life, Community Standards, and the Vice President for Student Affairs Administration. Other services in the Slavin Center include Alumni Food Court, Barnes and Noble Bookstore, Dunkin Donuts, McPhail’s, and Santander Bank.