The sixty-five-acre campus of Centenary College of Louisiana, two miles south of downtown Shreveport, is widely known for its natural beauty and stately Georgian architecture.
Founded in 1825, Centenary College of Louisiana is the oldest chartered liberal arts college west of the Mississippi River, a Tier One National Liberal Arts College, and a member of the Associated Colleges of the South. Centenary is a selective, private, residential institution affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
Perfect for Any Occasion
The sixty-five-acre campus of Centenary College offers gorgeous venues for weddings. The lush campus includes historic Brown Chapel, Built in 1955, Brown Chapel features vaulted ceilings with seating for approximately 600 guests where the wedding party can make a dramatic entrance down the 81-foot aisle.
Centenary College of Louisiana can satisfy many of your production needs. Known for its natural beauty and Georgian architecture, Centenary also offers less known sites such as the underground tunnel running between Mickle Hall and the Magale Library, a screening room and the Steeple Room in Brown Chapel. The College can also provide the typical college venues such as classrooms of all styles, dorm rooms, athletic fields, basketball arenas, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, weight rooms, a pool, the library, conference rooms, fraternity and sorority houses, banquet rooms, a cafeteria and kitchen, an art museum, a theater, a wood-paneled auditorium, and the list goes on.
Our campus also has ample parking and areas to serve as a base camp or catering site
for location shoots.
Centenary College is home to various camps throughout the summer, including academic, art, church, dance, and athletic-focused sessions. The College also hosts camps sponsored by other organizations. Classrooms, athletic facilities, performance spaces, and dorms are available for use, as are dining services.