Housing & Meal Plan

Find out more about Residence Life at Centenary.

International Students

Exchange students:Please submit your via printing out the form Housing Agreement, Roommate Matching, and Meal Plan form or Apply Online at the same time as your other application materials.

Degree-seeking students:Please submit your Housing Agreement, Roommate Matching, and Meal Plan formor Apply Online after you have been officially accepted to Centenary and have received notification from the Admissions Office.

All full-time students, except those living at home and those seniors 21 years of age or older, live on campus and purchase one of the meal plans offered to residential students through Sodexho Food Service. Staff Resident Directors live in each residence hall and supervise upperclass Student Resident Advisors, who live on each residence hall floor.

Housing rules are the same for American and international students. However, all international exchange students are required to live on campus and to purchase a meal plan. International degree-seeking and international exchange students are assigned a roommate before they move into their room, but just like American students, they have the option to ask for a different roommate within the first two weeks of classes.

There are five residence halls at Centenary: Cline, Hardin, James, Rotary, and Sexton. All of them include FREE laundry facilities, computer labs, vending machines, cable television outlets, a telephone jack for each resident, room furniture (including an extra-long single bed, chest of drawers, desk, and chair), closet(s), and free internet access via wired ethernet ports (not wireless) in each room. There are no community bathrooms at Centenary; each student shares a bath with the others in their suite.

For more information on the residence hall amenities, see the Residence Life FAQ's. To learn more about the residence halls and housing policies, visit the Residence Life page.