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The fast pace of college life can be exciting and overwhelming all at the same time, but Centenary has plenty of professional resources to help students stay grounded and successful. From health and counseling to career and wellness services, Centenary students have the tools and support they need to adapt to a rapidly changing world.

Located in the lower level of Rotary Hall, the Student Support Center houses the offices of Counseling and Disability Services, Integrated Advising, Student Success, and Health Information. The Student Support Center is a one-stop-shop for students looking for some assistance, whether that is academic or emotional support.

 

Health Information

Basic first aid, medical and dental referrals are all available free of charge to Centenary students.

Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services helps students achieve academic, personal, and career goals by removing barriers and identifying accommodations to support individual student needs.

Career Services

Explore majors and careers, learn your strengths, and connect with internships and jobs.

Counseling Services

Short-term, confidential counseling services are all available free of charge to Centenary students.

Student Success

Student Success offers peer tutors, workshops, and other programming to help students succeed academically.

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