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Decision Day 2015: MulliganAfter first enrolling in his state’s flagship university, Nathan Schuler ’14 realized it just wasn’t the right fit. His answer was to transfer...
Thomas Becker ’15 gains ‘quintessential Kentucky’ experience through bourbon industry internshipThomas Becker ’15 is taking advantage of one of the many unique and distinctive professional markets Kentucky has to offer...
Italian ‘glass maestro’ Lino Tagliapietra returns to Centre College for documentary premiere, April 29Centre College is known for its consistent ability to bring global opportunities to campus for its students. The College will continue...
First-year students design app for Community Arts CenterStudents in Associate Professor of Computer Science Michael Bradshaw’s course Mobile Apps for the Social Good partnered with Danville’s Community...
Center for Career & Professional Development launches two student programsThe Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) at Centre College has announced the launch of two new programs aimed...
Katy Cremer ’14 serving in the Peace Corps in Namibia Since its inception in the 1960s, the highly selective Peace Corps has sent volunteers across the globe promoting friendship and peace, often...
DramaCentre concludes ’14-15 season with tragicomedy “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead”Centre College’s DramaCentre will bring Tom Stoppard’s tragicomedy Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead to the Weisiger Theatre stage, April 22-25...
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Lino Tagliapietra visits Centre College

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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