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Campus and Local Resources

 

POLICY
Information about Centenary's sexual harassment and sexual assault policies and procedures may be found in the Student Handbook, the Faculty Handbook, and the Personnel Policy Manual.

 

CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING AND SUPPORT

  • Centenary College Counseling Center: www.centenary.edu/life/counseling. You may request an appointment with the Director of Counseling & Disability Services, Ms. Tina Feldt at 318.869.5466 or tfeldt@centenary.edu.
  • Caddo Sexual Assault Advocate and/or SANE/SAFE: 318.227.7900, 2900 Hearne Ave, Shreveport, LA. The Caddo Parish Coroner's Office operates a Sexual Assault Hotline. Advocates and forensic examiners are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days per year.
  • Off campus counseling services

 

CONFIDENTIAL MEDICAL SERVICES
Centenary Health Services: www.centenary.edu/life/health. Non-emergency medical care is provided through campus Health Services. The Counseling and Health Services Coordinator Tina Feldt is available at 318.869.5466 or tfeldt@centenary.edu. For emergency medical care, please call 911.

 

ACADEMIC AND HOUSING RESOURCES
If you wish to change your on-campus housing related to Title IX violations, please contact the Director of Residence Life Katherine Shamburger at 318.869.5110 or keshamburger@centenary.edu.

If you have missed class or assignments or need to do so, staff in the Provost’s Office can assist you. They can also help with changing sections of a class or dropping a class at any time and without penalty, when the request is an outcome of an experienced incident. Please contact Assistant Provost for Student Support Dr. Edward Ragan at 318.869.5142 or eragan@centenary.edu.

ACCOUNTABILITY
It is possible to initiate an informal or formal disciplinary process at Centenary for Title IX violations. To do so, please contact the Director of Student Conduct Katherine Shamburger at 318.869.5110 or keshamburger@centenary.edu. You may also contact one of the Centenary Title IX team members listed below.

To file criminal charges, please contact the Centenary Department of Public Safety at 318.869.5000, the
Shreveport Police Department at 318.673.7300, or Police located in the jurisdiction where the incident occurred.

PREVENTING CONTACT
You may request a directive for no contact through the Director of Student Conduct Katherine Shamburger at 318.869.5110 or keshamburger@centenary.edu or the campus Title IX - David Orr at 318.869.5087 or dorr@centenary.edu.

 

MAKING PERSONAL INFORMATION CONFIDENTIAL

You may have all directory information that is usually available through campus information made confidential by contacting the Director of Re-Enrollment Deborah Scarlato at 318.869.5146 or
dscarlat@centenary.edu.

For more information or to request resources not be listed, please contact a Centenary College Title IX team member:

 

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students The insitution 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.