Centenary's Office of Residence Life is committed to enhancing student learning and personal growth by building community among residents. Students who participate fully in the residential program are prepared to function as leaders in a multicultural society and develop their potential as individuals of integrity and tolerance.

Who lives on campus?

All Centenary students are expected to live on campus. To accommodate nontraditional students, some exceptions to this policy are permitted. For more information, contact the Director of Residence Life at housing@centenary.edu.

Where will I live?

Centenary has five residence halls, each with a unique character. All halls have laundry facilities, a kitchen, a computer lab, and vending machines, and all student rooms have cable television outlets, telephone jacks, closet space, and both wired and wireless internet connections. Each suite of rooms also has its own bathroom; there are no community bathrooms at Centenary.

Residence Life Staff

Student Resident Assistants (RAs) and professional Residence Life Coordinators form the support staff that helps Centenary feel like home.

World Houses

Centenary's World Houses are communities within the residence halls that bring together students with similar interests and passions. All first-year residents are matched to World Houses for Peace, Social Justice, or Environmental Sustainability.

Res Life FAQs

Get the scoop on roommate selection, what to bring, how to do your laundry, and more!

Contact Info

Office of Residence Life

Moore Student Union Building, Lower Level


2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104