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Undergraduate Tuition & Aid

A respected Centenary degree is a wise investment. The College offers a wide variety of financial aid options for students and their families, and 96% of Centenary students receive merit aid.When you apply to Centenary, you are automatically considered for academic scholarships. But there are many other options to help make your education affordable, and Centenary's Financial Aid staff will help you identify and apply for student loans, work-study jobs, and other forms of aid.

An important first step is filling out your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) which serves as the application for all federal programs and Louisiana's TOPS awards. The FAFSA is also used to award need-based institutional scholarships provided by Centenary.

Centenary's FAFSA code is 002003.

Scholarships & Grants

When you complete an application for Centenary along with the FAFSA, you're eligible for a wide variety of merit and need-based scholarships and grants.

Federal & State Aid

Your completed FAFSA form is the application for Louisiana state aid programs like TOPS and GO Grants, and federal grants such as the Pell.

Work Study

The Federal Work-Study Program provides part-time employment to help students pay for educational and personal expenses - and boosts resumes with real-world work experiences.

Office of Financial Aid

Our Financial Aid team will help you understand your financial aid options and guide you through the process.

Contact Info

Office of Financial Aid

2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104

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