Centenary College places a number of Federal Work-Study-qualified students to work within non-for-profit agencies in our community. Each student is under contract with the College which determines the total numbers of hours that students can work, generally eight to ten hours a week.
The BIG Event is a student-led, large scale, day-of-service, which unites Centenary with its surrounding neighbors to build relationships, express gratitude, and enhance the community that has supported the college for over one-hundred years.
Dian Tooke Student Service Award
The Dian Tooke Student Service Award is presented annually in the spring of the academic year to a graduating senior who has made service to their community a priority during their time at Centenary. A supporter of students and a champion of community engagement, Dian Tooke was the 1st Director of Service Learning in the college's history.
These students have gone "above and beyond" not only in their Service-Learning participation, but in other areas by promoting civic stewardship and encouraging civic engagement and responsibility amongst the Centenary Community.