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Spring Open House at Centenary is February 13

SHREVEPORT, LA — Centenary's Office of Admission will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for the first open house of 2016 on Saturday, February 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

"Open House is a tremendous time to visit the Centenary campus," says Pete Colbert, Director of Admission. "The format and structure of the program provides our prospective students and their families with a unique opportunity to engage every aspect of our campus community throughout the day."

Prospective students begin the day with breakfast at Centenary's Meadows Museum. The open house continues with an interactive campus tour and information session providing an overview of Centenary's academic offerings, student life, and international educational opportunities. After lunch, a panel of faculty and current students and an academic and activity browse round out the day's activities.

The Centenary experience empowers students to do more for themselves, for others, and for the world with a rigorous academic curriculum and an intentional leadership development model. Hybrid semesters with immersive and traditional terms allow Centenary students to complete as much as 33% more credit hours per year than at most other institutions with no extra tuition or mandatory fees. All first year students begin their college career with the one of a kind Centenary in Paris program, an intensive learning experience that uses one of the world’s great cities as a classroom.

High school or transfer students interested in attending the open house can register online at centenary.edu/admission/visit or contact the Office of Admission at 800.234.4448 or 318.869.5131.

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