Cline is home to the World House for Peace and offers suite-style living for over 200 residents. The openings to the suites face a New Orleans style open-roof courtyard with balconies on each floor and a centerpiece fountain and winding staircase.
All residence hall rooms at Centenary start with the basics: an extra-long single/twin bed, a chest of drawers, a desk, and a chair. But once students put their personal touches on the space, no two rooms are alike!
In the lobbies and other common spaces in the residence halls, students gather for hall programs, study groups, and impromptu discussions both serious and silly.
The residential buildings support other layers of community that extend beyond the physical walls, such as: the Living Learning Community focused on French language and culture, Le Quartier Francais; the Hall Councils; the Residence Hall Association, and the National Residence Halls Honorary.