Kiley is currently studying abroad at l’Université Catholique de Lille. She is a junior French and Philosophy major at Centenary. Follow her adventures and advice for studying abroad!
Students participating in a Centenary exchange program are enrolled both at Centenary and at the partner institution, simplifying the admission, scholarship, and credit transfer process. Interested students must have at least a 2.75 GPA in order to be considered for participation. Learn more about exchange partnerships.
Haiti: Killing with Kindness
Students travel with professors Dr. Dana Kress and Dr. Augustin-Billy to Haiti and explore Haitian cultures and traditions. Haiti: Killing with Kindness is offered in May as a May Immersion Course (Modules) and qualifies for culture credit. Learn more about May Modules.
Centenary in Paris: Paris Noir
Dr. Dana Kress and Dr. Augustin-Billy teach the Centenary in Paris course, Paris Noir. This class is open to first-years participating in Centenary in Paris and is open to students of all disciplines.
This course examines the achievements of a few of the countless African-Americans who sought refuge in Paris because their own country did not share or value their experiences and denied them the very human dignity and opportunity they found so abundantly in France. Their experiences can help us learn to appreciate the common ground we share so that we can build mutually beneficial relationships through respectful engagement with a broader world.
Learn more about Centenary in Paris.