CENTRE COLLEGE FAMILIES
Welcome to the family section of the Centre website. We hope this information is useful to you as you begin your Centre journey. While the college years represent an important voyage for students, we believe that it will also be a time of learning and growth for you. The Family Engagement Office is here to help you with an abundance of information, from sending care packages to your students and arranging transportation to and from campus, to finding accommodations for your visits during Family Weekend in the fall and Commencement in the spring.
FAMILY ENGAGEMENT STAFF LISTING
Megan graduated from Centre in 2003 with a B.A. in Anthropology. In 2007, she joined Centre’s staff and in 2009 was promoted to director of alumni engagement. She is currently Director of Alumni & Family Engagement. Megan stays active on campus by serving as chair of the Human Resources Committee and director of the Creative Campus initiative. Locally, she serves as a board member for CASA of the Bluegrass and as an alumnae member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Megan and her husband, Kevin, reside in Danville, Ky.
Bicentennial Executive Committee Member (2017-Present)
Staff Congress President (2012 – 2013)
Staff Congress Member (2010 – 2014)
Human Resources Committee Member (2009 – Present)
Anaris joins us after a successful stint in operations with the Kroger Company in the Central Kentucky and Louisville area. She and her daughter, Cardin, are from Harrodsburg, Ky.
As a student-athlete, Anaris played for and graduated from the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville, IN, in 2010. She majored in Exercise Science and is currently pursuing her MBA at NKU. In her free time, she enjoys working out, attending sporting events, coaching AAU basketball and watching her daughter play soccer! Anaris was recognized as a 2018 Black Achiever and loves to be involved with the program. She also gives back to the community by volunteering for Big Brothers, Big Sisters and currently mentors a little sister named Sarah.
|Family Engagement Handbook
A wealth of information is available in the handbook – just about everything you need to know from what to bring, who to ask for help or more information, and local information.
|Area Accommodations and More|
|Area Transportation/Shuttle Services|
|Centre College Families Facebook|
Career Mentor Network
Centre College’s Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) has assembled a group of over 300 successful alumni to form the Career Mentor Network, a community designed to provide career information and advice to current Centre students from professionals who are already established in their fields. Parents have now joined the effort, too, promising an even stronger network. Call the CCPD at 859.238.5283 to register.