Centenary's Office of Residence Life is committed to enhancing student learning and personal growth by building community among residential students. Those who participate fully in the residential program are better prepared to function as citizens in a multicultural society and develop their potential as individuals of integrity and tolerance.
Who lives on campus?
All Centenary students are encouraged to live on campus. To accommodate nontraditional students, some exceptions to this policy are permitted. Students living in 711 or 710 zip codes at the time of admission are eligible to live at home with a parent or guardian. See FAQs about living at home. For more information, contact the Director of Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where will I live?
Centenary has five residential buildings, each with a unique character. All have laundry facilities, a kitchen, 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.