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The College plans to offer the 2021 Centenary in Paris program as scheduled for August 2021, and we continue to monitor the global travel situation. However, future decisions on this program may change depending on the evolving safety and efficacy considerations -- but we have a plan for that! 

Please reach out to your admission counselor with any questions. 

 

 

 

What is Centenary in Paris?

First-year Centenary students complete their first college course during the Centenary in Paris immersive term. Using all of Paris as a classroom, it’s an intensive learning experience that will help you create strong bonds with your classmates and your professors. You’ll also earn college credit before most other students around the country even get to campus!

 

When is it? How will it work?

Your immersive term begins on campus and includes the 9 day Paris segment led by Centenary faculty and staff. When you deposit at Centenary, you will have the opportunity to select your Paris course based on interest. 

Travel Information

Required Forms

Accepted students will receive login details for the Engage platform from the Office of Admission. Please do not try to fill out any forms until you have received your login!

Passports

All 2021 Centenary in Paris students must ensure their passport is valid until at least 14 November 2021.

US Citizens

The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs oversees all US passport  processing, including new application instructions, tracking of applications in process, and reporting lost or stolen passports.

Non-US Citizens

Non-US passport holders must ensure that they have a passport valid until 14 November 2021 and that they work with the Office of Intercultural Affairs to obtain any relevant visa required to enter France.

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Contact Info

Office of Intercultural Engagement

Smith Building, 205A

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