Campus Life

Residence Life & World Houses

What is a World House?

Centenary's residence life is centered around World Houses, drawing students together in common residence and with common purpose. Through your House, you will actively address one of three global challenges through service projects with community partners and leadership opportunities both on and off-campus.

Respond to the Challenges!

Our challenge is living a meaningful life. Our response is the
World House for Social Justice

Our challenge is expanding our circles of relationships. Our response is the
World House for Peace

Our challenge is living a sustainable life. Our response is the
World House for Environmental Sustainability

The Comforts of Home

All of the residential buildings (Cline, Hardin, James, Rotary, and Sexton) at Centenary include all of the following at no additional charge: laundry facilities, kitchen, and computer lab. Each building also has vending machines. Student rooms have cable television outlets, telephone jacks, closet space, and room furniture (including an extra-long single/twin bed, chest of drawers, desk, and chair). Internet access is available both via wired ethernet ports and wireless connection. There are no community bathrooms at Centenary; each suite has its own bathroom.

Find more information here.

Who Lives On Campus?

All Centenary students are expected to live on campus and to fully participate in the experience of attending a residential college. To accommodate nontraditional students, some exceptions to this policy are permitted. For more information, contact the Director of Residence Life.

Contact Residence Life

Office of Residence Life
Moore Student Union Bldg (SUB), Lower Level
2911 Centenary Boulevard |Shreveport, LA 71104
Phone: 318-869-5110 | Fax: 318-869-5726
Email: email

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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