Centenary students are working to address some of the 21st Century’s greatest challenges through Living Learning Communities.

LLC students join with a team of faculty, professionals, and community members to identify a problem, understand it, and take steps to overcome it. To be effective, students work together to employ the wide range of skills and knowledge provided by a Centenary liberal-arts education. Taking responsibility for all stages of their project, students step beyond the classroom to engage community members, government officials, and anyone else who can help them complete their work.

In the end, LLC students learn a great deal about themselves even as they create an enduring legacy for Centenary, the community, and the world.

 

Current Communities

Le Quartier Français — immersion in the French language experience
GreenHouse — seeking sustainability in the community
Santé — partnering with the community to improve the health of some of the least advantaged people
Node — engaging technology to produce social change
MENA — regional awareness of the Middle East and North Africa

Le Quartier Français

The goal of Le Quartier Français is to increase oral proficiency in a fun and relaxed environment. Students live together in rooms in James Hall West and are guided by a live-in native (or near native) speaker that includes exchange students from France and Residence Advisor.

GreenHouse

GreenHouse, Centenary's Sustainability Living Learning Community, allows students who share an interest in environmental and sustainability issues to live and study together in a designated residence hall.

Santé

Santé works with non-profits both locally and internationally to improve the health of some of the least advantaged people.

Node

Node works with faculty and peers to develop engaging technology to produce social change

MENA

MENA explores the culture, religion, politics, and history of the Middle East and North Africa regions.