Centenary College of Louisiana
Centenary students pursue a personalized education, developing as moral, caring, and wise leaders to engage global challenges.
Centenary students build direct relationships with their professors, working towards original projects and amazing portfolios.
Centenary students work and play in a community that combines living, learning, and action, creating connections to last a lifetime.
Centenary students prepare themselves to integrate into the wider world, leveraging diverse perspectives and flexible thinking.
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Centenary's fall 2014 issue of Encircle, a publication that shares stories of graduates, faculty, staff, and students making significant impacts, is out.
The Centenary College Choir is preparing for this year's Rhapsody in View performances during Homecoming weekend.
Homecoming and Parents & Family Weekend is just around the corner, with events running Friday, October 24 through Sunday, October 26.
Dean of Students Mark Miller has been named president of the Louisiana Association of College and University Student Personnel Administration.
Centenary's Sadie Wallace '16 was awarded the annual James Allen Jr. Memorial Scholarship at a recent Rotary meeting.
Eli Capello '15 is an artist, churchgoer, meditator, friend, and most recently the voice of transgender scientists in a Nature science journal article.
Centenary students honed leadership skills and discovered their potential during the Centenary Leadership Conference held Saturday, September 20.
Centenary students entering in fall 2015 will once again begin their college experience with immersive study in Paris, France.
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