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Experience Centenary first-hand!

We want to meet you and answer any and all of your questions about life at Centenary! (And give you a free t-shirt!)

Register for a campus visit

Campus Visit Options

  • Campus Tours - Our summer in-person visits include a one-on-one admission and scholarship information session with an admission counselor and a campus tour with one of our student ambassadors. We are also offering a virtual option for students to "meet" with an admission counselor one-on-one! This virtual meeting will consist of an admission & financial aid overview.

Plan a visit in-person or virtual! 

Contact us at 318-869-5131 or admission@centenary.edu with any questions!

  • Preview DaysPreview days are a great chance for students to visit campus to get a taste of the overall Centenary experience and learn more about their particular areas of interest. A typical Centenary Preview Day begins with check-in at 9 am and includes an academic and financial aid overview and campus tour, as well as the chance to interact with current Centenary students and professors, and concludes at 12 pm.
  • Centenary DaysCentenary Days is designed exclusively for admitted students. This campus visit is informational, fun, and helps prospective students get to know Centenary and their future classmates in a relaxed atmosphere.

 

Preview Days

Explore life at Centenary through tours and panel, plus learn about admission and financial aid.

Centenary Days

Admitted students can immerse themselves in the Centenary experience with a day of classes and an overnight stay on campus with a student host.

Contact Info

Office of Admission

2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104

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