Centenary empowers you to do more. For yourself. For others. For the world.
Ashley is a decorated and dedicated student-athlete. In 2016, she became only the fourth gymnast in Centenary history to qualify for the NCAA Regional Competition and was also named a USAG All-American Scholar. Learn more about Ashley
Ashley was part of the first group of Centenary students to begin their college experience in Paris, France through the Centenary in Paris program. In May 2017, she's headed back to Europe for a May Module course in Copenhagen, Denmark. Learn more about Centenary in Paris
Ashley's travel experiences also include mission trips to Jamaica and Guatemala.Learn about mission opportunities offered by Centenary
Ashley's liberal arts education is preparing her to connect with the world in a variety of creative ways: she's a communications major with minors in theatre and Spanish.Explore academics at Centenary
Donovan will graduate in May 2017 with degrees in history and political science. Next stop: law school. Over the past five years, 79% of Centenary students who apply to law school have been accepted. Learn about the pre-law program
Donovan is currently president of his fraternity and has held numerous other leadership roles within the Greek system. He is also a Maroon Jacket, served three years as an SGA senator, and helped recruit prospective students for two years as a Student Ambassador. Learn how to get involved
leadership positions in 7 different campus organizationsGet involved
With so many student organizations to become involved in, Centenary provides ample space for students to develop leadership skills needed to excel in any field.
The most important gift Centenary has given me has been the opportunity to grow as an individual and as a leader.
Kalie will graduate soon with a degree in psychology, a minor in sociology, and plenty of real-world experience from internships and her job as a behavior technician at a local behavioral health practice. She credits Centenary's excellent reputation with helping her land this position that is preparing her for a career as a school social worker. Learn more about Centenary's psychology program
"I have always had a heart for helping those that are less fortunate, and the psychology program at Centenary has given me all the tools to pursue exactly what fit my strengths and needs in preparation for the real world."Learn more about the psychology department
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psychology research projects completedLearn about student research opportunities
Kalie has poured herself into campus and community life through internships with local churches, community service with Common Ground and Community Renewal International, and leadership positions with several student organizations. Learn about community engagement at Centenary
leadership positions in 9 different campus organizationsLearn about clubs & orgs
community service hours completed at CentenaryLearn how to serve the community
"I was born and raised in Shreveport and promised I would leave for college, but Centenary had other plans for me with its amazing opportunities for leadership, academics, and campus life."Learn how to get involved on campus
Luke graduated from Centenary with the ability to quickly absorb and apply information, rather than merely memorize it. This skill came in handy during his 3rd and 4th year of medical school when he started seeing patients and formulating diagnoses and treatment plans. Learn how the liberal arts can help you.
Luke will put his critical thinking skills to the test by practicing either rural Family Medicine or Sports Medicine following his residency at the University of Nebraska/Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha.
Centenary offers 22 majors in the arts and sciences and a variety of pre-professional programs, including eight Allied Health tracks.Learn about our academic programs
of our graduates who apply to medical school are acceptedLearn more about the pre-med program
At Centenary, Luke found committed faculty who challenged him to be his best, leaving him - in his words - "overly prepared to confront life after college." Meet our faculty
The personalized level of education you receive at Centenary is invaluable. Centenary is challenging, but offers a unique world-class education well worth the money.Learn more about academics at Centenary
Centenary's pre-med curriculum emphasizes thinking through problems and discussing them, not just regurgitating information.Learn more about the pre-med program
of tenure-track faculty hold the highest degree in their fieldMeet our outstanding faculty
Luke says that Centenary's "emphasis on cultural competence" has been invaluable during his medical school training, giving him the tools to empathize with his patients and effectively communicate with them about their health. Learn more about Centenary's pre-med program
Centenary's module, service learning requirement, and numerous volunteering opportunities helped build a great foundation on how to interact with different groups of people.
of Centenary students have had an international educational experienceLearn more about study abroad at Centenary
Luke earned a full med school scholarship from the Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program. He'll serve in the US Air Force for four years following his residency in Family Medicine.
In just three years, Cheredith has interned with two Shreveport mayors, a United States Senator, and a political action committee in Washington, D.C. She'll graduate in May 2017 with an impressive resume and a wealth of experience for the next steps on her journey. Learn more
Congressional meetings attended per week in summer 2015
I'm truly grateful to be able to have served under two historic administrations in the City of Shreveport - the first African-American male and female mayors.More on Cheredith
Cheredith shares her time and talents with the community she loves, on campus and beyond. She's active in her sorority, helping raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and is currently the youngest member of the Shreveport Mayor's Women's Commission. See how Cheredith gets involved
Cheredith was named the "Model Initiate" of her Chi Omega pledge class in 2013.
homes repaired during a mission trip in the Bahamas
national Greek organizations at Centenary, all with specific philanthropic projectsLearn about Greek life
Trey started college in Paris, France thanks to the one-of-a-kind Centenary in Paris program. He walked in the footsteps of African-American writers in Paris and explored questions of race and gender thanks to the "Paris Noir: Black America in the City of Light" course taught by Professors Dana Kress and Andia Augustin-Billy. Learn more about Centenary in Paris
times Trey said "trois" to announce his presence in Paris (his name means "the third")
crêpes eaten by Trey on the streets of Paris
Trey is an economics major and is thinking about adding a minor in math. When he's not in class or on the golf course, he's most likely spending time with his brothers in Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
A member of the Gents golf team, Trey chose Centenary as the spot to continue his golf career because he knew he'd also get a great education. He also might be a budding comedian. Visit Centenary Athletics at gocentenary.com
Trey's recent score in the Louisiana College Fall Invite - the second-lowest round of the dayFollow the Gents golf team
The best thing about being a student-athlete is spending time with your teammates and having a stress-free place to go after classes.
times Trey closed his eyes while hitting a shot in tournament play
Manon is a biology major with minors in chemistry and psychology. The winner of an organic chemistry award her sophomore year, she now shares her knowledge as a science tutor for both her Centenary peers and high school students. Learn more about biology at Centenary
Manon did plant research at Texas A&M University over the summer with Centenary professor Dr. Rebecca Murphy, which gave her the opportunity to present original research at the American Society of Plant Biologists' national conference.Learn about research opportunities at Centenary
Manon is a member of Dr. Rebecca Murphy's student research group, Children of the Sorghum. She and her fellow researchers are working to understand the molecular basis of flowering time in sorghum bicolor, a potentially great source of bioenergy!Check out Children of the Sorghum!
place oral presentation in Centenary's 2016 Research ForumLearn about the Student Research Forum
Manon is a world traveler who had the unique opportunity to study religion and biology in Argentina through Centenary's May Module program. Learn more about May Module
Centenary empowers you to do more. For yourself. For others. For the world.
of students receive scholarships or grants from Centenary
Centenary students received over $9.6 million in institutional scholarships and grants during the 2016-2017 academic year. Visit Centenary's Office of Financial Aid to learn about merit scholarships, need-based aid, out of state grants, and more.Financial Aid Office
of students have participated in an international educational experience
All Centenary students have the opportunity to begin their college careers in Paris, France through our one-of-a-kind Centenary in Paris program. But for many students, this is just the first of several global experiences at Centenary and beyond.Explore global study
of tenure-track faculty hold the highest degree in their fields
With an average class size of 13, Centenary puts you in close contact with world-class professors who know your name and believe in your potential.Meet the faculty
medical school acceptance rate
Medical schools pay attention when they see a Centenary degree. Centenary graduates are well-prepared for medical and other professional schools with rigorous coursework and valuable opportunities for research and internships.Learn more
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