Student Resources2019-09-11T14:26:27+00:00

STUDENT RESOURCES

Centre College provides resources to give our students the greatest chance to succeed academically, socially, and professionally.

Profesor Ravi Radhakrishnan advises a student on April 27, 2018.

ACADEMIC ADVISING

Every Centre student works closely with a faculty advisor to explore academic and career interests. We pair students with a faculty member in a field related to their interests in order to give students the best advice.

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CAREER & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The mission of the Center for Career & Professional Development is to prepare students for lifelong career achievement.

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Students and faculty take part in a celebration of Holi durning the color your professor/color fest.

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

Mentoring, programming and resources are provided for all students, faculty and, staff on the topics of diversity and inclusion, including the many affinity, cultural, and religious groups on campus.

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International students Duc Nguyen ’18, Haoyi Guo '16 and Joy Joy (Khun Nyan Min Htet) '17 meet with student advisor Stephen Swan in the Brockman Commons on September 5, 2014.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

For students whose primary language is not English, we provide assistance with language, academic, and cultural adjustments.

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two male students study in Grace Doherty Library

GRACE DOHERTY LIBRARY

The fundamental mission of the Grace Doherty Library is to provide members of the academic community with access to resources and services that support the current and anticipated instructional, research, and service programs of Centre College.

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Students work on a group project

THE WRITING CENTER

Trained peer consultants meet individually with students to discuss any writing project. They offer consultations at every stage of the writing process—from finding a topic to revising a draft.

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

We work closely with students on a case-by-case basis in coordination with Academic Affairs to assist them in finding the proper technology to make their learning experience less challenging.

Free, confidential counseling is provided to all enrolled students by Centre Counseling to assist with many mental health issues.

Academic accommodations and support services are available to students with physical challenges.

All first-year students are enrolled in EXO 001: Extended Orientation. This course provides students with information about how to succeed academically at Centre.

Students who need testing accommodations or a make-up test as requested by a professor may reserve time with our test proctoring service.

Tutoring services are available in a variety of subjects to assist students with specific academic challenges.

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