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[GUEST BLOG] Emma Artley ’16 witnesses historical Scottish independence vote while studying abroad in GlasgowEmma Artley ’16 (pictured below), an economics major from MacLean, Va., is currently studying abroad with Centre College in Glasgow, Scotland,...
Centre mourns Jobson Professor Emerita of EnglishA memorial service will be held Saturday, Oct. 4, at 4 p.m. in the Evans-Lively Room of Old Carnegie on...
New Sandella’s Flatbread Café offers students diverse dining optionsCentre College is welcoming a new addition to the campus’ dining options with the opening of Sandella’s Flatbread Café, now...
14 new full-time faculty members join Centre for 2014-15 academic yearAt the foundation of Centre College’s rigorous and deeply engaging educational experience is its outstanding faculty, and the College is...
Students contribute to medical research on Alzheimer’s disease, new antibioticsConfirming Centre College’s emphasis on undergraduate research, nearly 50 students participated in collaborative research with faculty this summer, many of...
Centre’s dedication to service highlighted in Washington Monthly national rankingCentre College continues to prove its excellence by every measure with its most recent ranking by Washington Monthly magazine. Ranked #32 among the nation’s...
Centre College launches Grissom Scholars Program, offering exceptionally talented first-generation college students full tuition scholarshipsRecruitment has begun at Centre College for the new Grissom Scholars Program, a groundbreaking national scholarship opportunity for first-generation students...
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ABOUT CENTRE

Centre College Move-In Day 2014

An Intellectual Gathering Point

The Washington Post calls Centre “one of the premier intellectual gathering points in its region.” Centre’s education is personal. You’ll make choices—about internships, study abroad, joint research, completing one or two majors in four years, or even designing your own major—that reflect your talents and interests. Your teachers will ask you to do your best—and work one-to-one to help you achieve success in an exciting, stimulating environment. Your fellow students also enhance your Centre experience. They’re bright (winning top national awards, including Rhodes, Fulbright, and Goldwater), fun- loving, and friendly. You’ll form relationships that last a lifetime.

The Centre Experience

At Centre, learning isn’t just in the classroom, it’s a total experience. Choose from more than 2,000 campus events a year: concerts, volunteer projects, religious activities, plays, parties, coffeehouses, movies, clubs, student government meetings and more. In athletics, the emphasis is on participation—in intramurals or at the Division III intercollegiate level. On the arts scene, we have some of the nation’s best offerings. Our Norton Center for the Arts regularly brings in world-class performers and shows.

 

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