Joshua Jerome ’15 once again takes to the stage

Joshua Jerome ’15 is an outstanding Centre College admission counselor, helping the College's admissions team recruit the incoming Class of 2021 that is set to be the largest, most geographically diverse and academically gifted class in Centre's history. Another of Jerome's talents is acting, and he's flexing those muscles again on the stage of Danville's

By |2018-05-23T17:16:31+00:00June 16th, 2017|Admission, Drama, News|

Kevin Chapman ’00 featured as psychologist for A&E’s "60 Days In"

The season two premiere of A&E's popular series "60 Days In" aired on Thursday, Aug. 18, and the new season once again features a familiar face. Centre College's Kevin Chapman ’00, a clinical psychologist from Louisville, has been tapped to monitor the mental health of the incarcerated volunteers participating in the docuseries. For the uninitiated, "60

By |2019-04-04T18:10:36+00:00August 19th, 2016|Admission, Psychology|

Joshua Jerome ’15 performs in "Good Blues Tonight"

Joshua Jerome ’15 is a Centre College admission counselor by day, but by night he is Harlan Jefferson Bridgewater, a character in the world premier production of "Good Blues Tonight," written and directed by Robby Henson. The play, running nightly at 8:30 p.m. through July 23, is the latest in the Kentucky Voices series staged by

By |2018-08-02T15:11:27+00:00July 20th, 2016|Admission, Drama, News|

Centre College Class of 2015 achieves 98 percent employment and graduate school placement

According to data recently compiled by Centre College, an impressive 98 percent of the Class of 2015 is either employed or pursuing advanced study since graduation this past May. The total is based on reporting from 96 percent (311 out of 324) of graduates. This improves upon similarly high results of 95 and 96 percent,

By |2019-04-01T19:36:45+00:00April 26th, 2016|Academics, Admission, Pre-M.B.A.|

New York Times columnist David Brooks to speak at Centre College Opening Convocation

In what will be his third visit to Centre College, award-winning New York Times columnist David Brooks will speak at the Opening Convocation, scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 28. The annual event takes place the day before classes begin and marks the start of the new academic year at Centre. Brooks’ previous visit took place on

By |2016-04-12T09:59:21+00:00April 12th, 2016|Admission, News, Politics|

Centre College ranked #3 in South and #27 in nation in new Forbes “Best Value” ranking

Forbes magazine has launched its first-ever “Best Value Colleges” ranking, and Centre achieved high numbers both regionally and nationally, coming in at #3 in the South and #27 in the nation among liberal arts colleges. The new ranking emphasizing “bang for buck” adds to the “Best College” ranking by Forbes that has been popular since

By |2016-04-08T09:24:48+00:00April 8th, 2016|Admission, News, Rankings|

Centre College ranked #4 in nation on new “Smartest Choice” list

With applications submitted and offers of admission now being mulled over by high school seniors across the nation, making the right decision about where to attend college weighs heavily on the minds of young men and women everywhere. A new ranking by College Raptor hopes to make the process easier by using a methodology based

By |2018-08-16T19:37:09+00:00March 28th, 2016|Admission, News, Rankings|

Money magazine recognizes Centre's educational value among nation's top 50 "Best Liberal Arts Colleges"

Continuing to impress with an outstanding, affordable education that helps students launch promising careers, Centre College has once again landed a spot among Money magazine's list of the nation's top 50 liberal arts colleges for best educational value. This ranking echoes the “best value” accolades that the College has received elsewhere. Fiske recently named Centre as a “Best Buy” school, while Kiplinger’s Personal

By |2015-08-03T13:24:18+00:00August 3rd, 2015|Admission, Alumni, News, Rankings|

Decision Day 2015: Mulligan

After first enrolling in his state's flagship university, Nathan Schuler ’14 realized it just wasn't the right fit. His answer was to transfer to a place "where underachieving wasn't an option," Centre College. For others in the same situation, he offers this advice: "Don't be afraid to go back to square one—life is full of mulligans."

By |2015-04-24T12:18:24+00:00April 24th, 2015|Admission|
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