THE LATEST: Stay updated on Centenary's COVID-19 response. Learn More.

Career Services

Contact Tiara Davis at or 318.869.5360.

The office will continue to offer virtual professional development via Zoom. Students can use the link below to schedule a meeting with a career counselor to discuss their resume, cover letter, job/internship search, and Linked In profile.

Schedule an appointment.


Clubs and Organizations

Students may use Engage to communicate with organization members. Engage trainings will be updated on the website and available for playback. Student Organization Resource Room handouts will be available in digital form on the website, including officer transition resources.

Virtual meeting options include:

  • Zoom
  • GroupMe
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Google Hangout
  • What’s App
  • Viber
  • Facebook Live


College Chaplain & CLC

Contact Reverend Lindy Broderick at 318.869.5112 or

Lindy is available to students, faculty, and staff for one-on-one appointments in person, by phone, or via electronic format. The Chaplain’s office will continue to offer Chapel Services every Tuesday via YouTube. Canvas groups have been set up for the Awakened Life series. The Chaplain’s office will be adding regular posts on Engage with words of encouragement and spiritual inspiration. We will be posting meditation and spiritual videos via social media.

CLC Colloquium (REL 200) is alive and well on Canvas. We will be “gathering” at our normal class time via Zoom or Canvas to continue the syllabus learning objectives. New applications for the fall semester are accessible in Engage. The CLC Director is available to students daily through email, phone, Canvas, and GroupMe chat (for currently enrolled CLC students).


Commuter Students

Commuting students who live off-campus are not permitted to enter the residence halls, but otherwise have the same rights and access as residential students. Student who live off-campus are asked to be particularly vigilant in their social distancing measures as outlined in the Forward Safely Promise. Like other students, commuting students are required to do a daily self-check for coronavirus symptoms and are asked to stay home and isolate if ill or if they have come in contact with someone who is COVID-positive. All local-exception commuter students are required to purchase a meal plan.


Counseling Services

Contact Tina Feldt at 318.869.5466,, or through the Online Appointment Request Form. 

Contact Reverend Lindy Broderick at 318.869.5112 or

Tina is seeing students via Zoom or phone call, as long as students are in the State of Louisiana. If students are on campus, our Intern Sarah, is still seeing students face-to-face. Remember that Reverend Lindy Broderick is available to talk to students regardless of what state they are in.

Visit the Counseling Services webpage.


Dining Services

Bynum Commons/The Caf

Monday -Thursday, 7 am - 10 pm
Breakfast 7:00-10:00 am 
Lunch 11:00 am -1:30 pm
Dinner 5:00-7:00 pm
Late Night 8:00-10:00 pm

Friday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Sat Brunch, 1:00 am - 1:00 pm and Dinner 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Sun Brunch, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm and Dinner 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Monday-Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Disability Services

Contact Tina Feldt at 318.869.5466 or

Appointment Request Forms are located at 



Fall textbooks are now available to purchase on Centenary's online bookstore, eCampus

If you have any questions, please reach out to the Provost Office  


Honor Code

The Centenary Honor Code is always in effect, even when students submit assignments or take exams online. Please read the message from Honor Court Chief Justice Aeron Tisdale and contact the Court at with questions.


Integrated Advising

Contact Valerie Breashears at 318.869.5157 (office), 318.459.8207 (cell), or

Students will continue to have the personalized support of their IA team members and should continue to utilize faculty, staff, coaches, and upperclassmen. Students will see increased communications from the IA Office regarding how to navigate “remote college” and should take advantage of offers for remote meetings with the Director of IA and/or IA team members. 


Intercultural Engagement

Contact Anne-Marie Bruner-Tracey at or 318.869.5059.


Internet Access (off-campus)

3.16.20 - Comcast Announces Comprehensive COVID-19 Response to Help Keep Americans Connected to the Internet

For on-campus network information, please visit Centenary's IT department website.

Map of Louisiana libraries with free public wifi access.


Magale Library

Library Hours: 

OPENING August 5, 2020 to current
Centenary students, faculty, and staff ONLY

Sunday: 1PM-8PM
Monday - Thursday: 8AM-8PM
Friday: 8AM-4:30PM
Saturday Closed

The library has created a remote access guide to assist students.

All electronic resources will be available at and librarians will be available to assist students Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.


Post Office

The Post Office will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Students who would like to have their mail forwarded (or unforwarded) from campus should fill out this form.


Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office is open and available to students. Contact 318.869.5146 or with any questions.


Remote Student Status

Students may request remote student status for one semester. The application will open Friday, July 24. Students may access the application HERE

Remote Student Status means the student remains at home and participates in classes online only. It is important for students to understand that 98% of Centenary fall classes are planned for hybrid delivery, meaning the classes include both in-person and remote delivery. If a student chooses remote status, the student will have the opportunity to meet all course learning objectives but will not be able to participate in all class activities, as some are planned to occur in person.

For students that elect Remote Student Status, they need to be aware of the following possible ramifications:

  1. Course faculty may request that remote students postpone enrollment in their course to a later term if they believe that will benefit student progress. The student will be assisted in transferring to a different course for fall, but this may affect student progress toward the major.
  2. Students who choose remote student status may not participate in any in-person or on campus activities including athletics, Greek Life, choir, theatre, student activities, student organizations, or any other on campus activity. They may participate in remote class and remote campus activities
  3.  Remote student status may require a change in a student’s financial aid package. Components of a student's financial aid package, such as work study, may be impacted. Each student would be notified of such by the Office of Financial Aid.
  4. Residence Rooms:
    • Students may hold their current residence room for the semester and move in at a later date. This requires payment for the full semester and is non-refundable.
    • Students may return to campus later in the semester for a prorated rate, but current room assignment will not be guaranteed.
    • Once a student moves-off campus, they will not be allowed to return for the semester.
    • Consistent with longstanding policy, room charges are not refundable.


Residence Life

Contact Montgomery Mewers at or 318.869.5110.

All residential buildings remain open and fully operational. All of the professional staff and some student staff remain in residence on campus. Students can contact the Residence Life staff member on call/on duty by calling 318.207.1836. Meetings, such as those associated with mentoring, Student Conduct, student organizations, and supervision, will be held by video conferencing when practical and telephone otherwise. Social and educational events will shift primarily to online formats, whether hosted by an RA or one of the student organizations associated with on campus living. Each Hall Council (HC), the National Residence Halls Honorary (NRHH), and the Residence Halls Association (RHA) will continue to serve the students they represent.

Dining services (see above) is open with modified hours and format (take out only). Facilities Services remains open and operational.


Student Handbook

Please see the student handbook for updates pertaining to COVID-19


Student Involvement

Contact Tricia Saunders at or 318.869.5292 or Emmanuel Sims at or 318.869.5273.

Students are encouraged to reach out via phone or email to schedule a virtual meeting! Below is additional information and support for areas within the Office of Student Involvement.


Student Union Building (SUB)

The SUB is currently open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The pool table and ping pong tables are still available to check out. SUB staff are making sure that the equipment is being properly cleaned after each use.

Please call the main line at 318.869.5011 for additional assistance.


Virtual SUB

The Virtual SUB is a space where students can engage with one another outside of the online classroom environment. The Student Development Staff encourage you to participate in discussions via the Virtual SUB. Leadership resources, social distancing activities, and additional resources will soon be located in the "Files" section of the Virtual SUB. 

Contact Tricia Saunders with any questions.


Tent Locations Map

This map shows the locations of alternative tent classrooms on campus. 


Tutoring Services

For general academic support needs, please contact Dr. Edward Ragan, Coordinator for Student Success. He will be available by videoconference, email, and telephone.


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.