To complete your enrollment as a new Centenary student, please submit the information below (click tabs to view information): 

First-Year Student Checklist

Phase One

  1. Submit your $250 Enrollment Deposit to secure your spot in the class of 2026!
  2. Submit the Family Information Form.
  3. Submit the Immunization Form. For information regarding immunization requirements, see the Health Information page.
  4. Apply for or renew your passport for Centenary in Paris 2022! (Visit centenary.edu/paris for trip and course information!) If you already have your passport, log in to your status portal to upload a photo of your passport in the Materials section.

 

Phase Two

1. Submit the Housing & Travel Form (You will be able to complete this form after you receive Engage log in information from the Office of Admission. If you are not automatically redirected to the form once you sign in, search "2022 Housing & Travel Form" under the Forms tab.)

Phase Three

1. Accept your financial aid package. (You will receive an email from the Office of Admission with instructions on how to log in to your Bannerweb account to accept your financial aid.)

2. Complete the New Student Verification Form.

3. Complete the New Student Information Form.

4. Clarify your academic interests with the Academic Questionnaire.

Important Dates:

  • New Student Move-In & Parent Orientation: July 29
  • New Student Orientation: July 29-31
  • Centenary in Paris course dates: August 1 - August 19
  • Centenary in Paris travel dates (Paris, France!): August 4 - August 12
  • If you are not participating in Centenary in Paris, move in will be August 19th.
  • Fall semester classes begin August 22nd!

 

 

Contact Info

Office of Admission

2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104

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