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, sports, plays, parties, coffeehouses, movies, clubs, student government meetings, campus newspaper meetings, religious activities, and more.
Study overseas is a large part of the "Centre Commitment." Centre College is rated #1 in the Nation AGAIN in College Study Abroad programs!
On the arts scene, we have some of the nation’s best offerings. Our Norton Center regularly brings in world-class performers and shows: legendary soul singer Al Green, violinist Joshua Bell, Kodo drummers, the Broadway smash hits Dirty Rotten Scoundrelsand Movin' Out, Tony Bennett, the Pointer Sisters, and the New York Philharmonic. In athletics, the emphasis is on participation—in intramurals or at the Division III intercollegiate level.
The information below lists more of the many services at Centre College that will make your educational experience amazing.
The Center for Career & Professional Development
We are here to help you apply for internships, jobs and graduate school, as well as explore your career options and interests. We want to help you succeed in whatever endeavors you choose to pursue!
Office of Financial Aid
More than 85 percent of this year’s freshman class is receiving financial aid or a scholarship. The average one-year aid package for first-year students receiving aid in 2012-13 was $26,500. For the class of 2016, financial aid awards ranged from $5,000 to $43,800. Competitive scholarships at Centre are available for 40 to 50 percent of each freshman class, valued from $20,000 to over $175,200 (comprehensive fee) over four years.
Location: Financial Aid Office
600 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422
The 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. Further, in order to promote critical thinking and life-long learning, the Library will provide instruction on the effective use of Library resources and other information sources.
Location: The Grace Doherty Library is inside Crounse HallStan Campbell, Library DirectorEmail and Reference Contacts: http://library.centre.edu/ask.html Phone: (859) 238-5272
The Writing Center Office The Writing Center offers one-on-one consultations between students and trained peer consultants on a drop-in basis. Our consultants serve as friendly-but-critical readers. The typical consultation begins with a collaborative effort to identify priorities for the session. Students benefit most from sessions that occur at the planning, drafting, and revising stages, when there is still enough time for the writer to rethink ideas, argument, and evidence in creative and constructive ways. Consultants will ask writers lots of questions and encourage students to recognize their own weaknesses and identify strategies for making changes and enhancing strengths. Ideally, this conversational exploration will prompt writers to refine both the argument and the prose for clarity and power.Location: Young Hall • Room 140 Hours: SUN — THU • (7 p.m. – 11 p.m.) MON — THU • (2 p.m. – 4 p.m.) Please arrive at least 20 minutes before closing. Email: email@example.com
Centre College Study Abroad Program
85% of Centre students study abroad at least once, making us the #1 school in the nation. Our faculty go abroad too, allowing them to live on site with you, share their knowledge of the region, and plan trips and activities.
Contact: Leigh Cocanougher
Location: Old Carnegie
600 West Walnut Street
Danville KY 40422
Student Life at Centre College
The Student Life Office is here to help you with any and all of your questions and concerns about life on campus.
Location: Campus Center (2nd Floor)
601 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
After Hours Emergency: 859.236.4357 (HELP)
The Norton Center for the Arts
Designed by architect William Wesley Peters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the Norton Center originally opened in 1973 as the Centre College Regional Arts Center. Within the 85,000 square foot complex are stunning performance and exhibition spaces as well as exceptional academic facilities for art, music, and drama. The Center’s two theatres have drawn consistent praise from performers and audiences alike.
The Norton Center for the Arts is home to Centre College’s annual Norton Center performing arts season of professional touring presentations.
The Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning aims to be the nexus for people, projects, and initiatives that advance the art and science of effective teaching. We recognize the importance of collaboration in the pursuit of transformational learning environments and are committed to encouraging conversation, experimentation, and research that contribute to a dynamic academic community at Centre College.
Location: The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is located on the Lower Level of Crounse Hall.Telephone: 859-238-5288See their website at http://ctl.centre.edu/ online now.
Information Technology Services (ITS)
The goal of Centre ITS is to ensure that students, staff, and faculty have access to the best technologies available and can use technology to make their daily work more efficient and productive at Centre College.
Location: The Technology Support Center, McReynolds Hall- 1st floorPlease call our Technology Support Helpdesk at x5575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, problems and comments. You can also learn more about our consultative services, purchase programs and submit your Helpdesk support requests here online at http://helpdesk.centre.edu.
The Centre College Image Library
The image library contains over 10,000 digital images and 40,000 35mm slides, primarily of western art and architecture from prehistory to the present. Faculty and students are also provided with access to ARTStor, the premier art image database, which contains over a million images, and is global in scope. Organized in 1984 from a handful of unlabeled slides stored in shoeboxes, the local image collection has developed into an essential teaching tool for a wide variety of courses. Growth of the collection is shaped by faculty request. Local digital access is provided by the Madison Digital Image Database, opensource software for teaching with images, and known locally as MDID.
Contact: Ann Silver, Visual Resources Curator
Jones Visual Art Center
209 S. Beatty Avenue Room 202
Danville, KY 40422-1394
The Centre College Bookstore
110 S 3RD ST DANVILLE, KY 40422-1806 US
Your Centre College Bookstore Store Manager is Linda Minteer
Sodexho Campus Dining Services
Campus Center (1st Floor)
601 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422
Michael Nagorka, General Manager