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The Cabinet will approve in advance all project-based appeals which focus primarily on specific needs beyond which the annual budget affords. Project-based appeals may be operational or capital in nature and may also be classified as a special event or non-recurring activity.

Project-based appeals must have a specific amount/goal to meet the expectations of the project. If funds are raised in excess of this goal, 25% of the overage will be used to support College operations, with the balance remaining to be put towards the next approved project initiated by said group or organization.

Any project-based fundraising done outside of these proscribed guidelines through the support of third parties, e.g., non-affiliated 501 (c) 3 organizations will not be allowed to use Centenary images, logos, names, names or images of buildings associated with the College, without permission from Centenary. This request must be approved and the activity added to the College’s fundraising agenda prior to conducting any fundraising event or other fundraising activity such as direct or indirect solicitations by mail, electronically, in person, or through publications. All proposed printed and/or distributed materials must be reviewed by and receive prior written approval from the Development Division before use.

  • Academic projects should be submitted prior to July 15 (for fall semester fundraising) or prior to December 1 (for spring semester funding). *Academic projects requested after these deadlines will be addressed on a case-by-case basis in consultation with the Office of Development and Office of the Provost.
    • Academic Projects will be electronically submitted to the Director for Development and the Office of the Provost for review and follow up communication. Pending provost approval, your project will be reviewed by the Cabinet for final approval.
    • Contact Mark Missildine with questions about academic project submissions.
       (318) 869-5073 (Office) mmissildine@centenary.edu

Complete the Academic Project form.

  • Athletics projects for the upcoming academic year should be submitted prior to August 31.  *Athletics projects requested after this deadline will be addressed on a case-by-case basis in consultation with the Office of Development and Director of Athletics & Recreation. 
  • Athletic Projects will be electronically submitted to the Development Liaison to Athletics and the Director of Athletics & Recreation for review and follow up communication. Pending approval by the Director of Athletics & Recreation, your project will be reviewed by the Cabinet for final approval.
  • Contact Mark Missildine with questions about athletic project submissions.
     (318) 869-5073 (Office) mmissildine@centenary.edu

Complete the Athletics Project form.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students The institution does not discriminate in its educational and employment policies against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or on any other basis proscribed by federal, state, or local law.