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Dear Centre College Community: It is an honor and privilege to officially join the Centre College community today as your twenty-first president. Over the past months, I have increasingly grown to appreciate the interconnected and dedicated support network made up of Centre alumni, students, familie
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Centre women's golf's Abby Ligons, Jennaly Nolan and Bailey Plourde have each been named Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars, the organization announced Monday.
A total of 1,401 women's collegiate golfers were recognized with this prestigious honor,
Babysitter needed for Danville local, Alexis Gamper. Alexis is looking for a Centre student to pick up her four-year-old from Montessori school at 3:30 and watch him until 4:30 until she gets home.
Start date would be August 13th.
If you are interested please email Alexis at alexissadler@rocketmail.
Assistant Professor of Biology Kelly O’Quin, along with 12 Centre graduates, are among the co-authors of a paper that has recently been published in the journal BMC Biology. The paper is about the group’s work identifying genetic mutations in mycobacteriophages, viruses that infect soil bacteria, an
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre men's basketball claimed an epic Southern Athletic Association Tournament Championship this past season against Berry.
This past week, the coaching staff and senior student-athletes gathered together on a Zoom call to watch the historic showdown, providing commentary and insi
After 22 years of compassionate service, dedication and commitment to Centre College, President John A. Roush retires on June 30, 2020. Roush will also turn 70 on his first day of retirement on July 1. When the announcement was first made to the campus community, Roush said that he and his wife, Sus
DANVILLE, Ky. - Centre women's soccer announced the addition of Annalise Weedman to the incoming recruiting class, which was initially released this past February.
Weedman (Knoxville, Tenn.) graduated in the spring from Knoxville Catholic High School, where she was a four-year varsity player, team
Danville, Kentucky, the home of Centre College, was recently named “the most charming small city” by loveexploring.com. According to the website, Danville is a “quaint little city” with a close-knit community and charming neighborhoods to explore. The city has gone to great lengths to preserve the b
DANVILLE, Ky. - Since he played both football and lacrosse in high school in Nashville, Nash Bolton was used to working out before he came to Centre College to play lacrosse.
However, working out took a different turn recently for him thank to Jeremy Carlson, head strength and conditioning coach a
During the Spring 2020 term, Centre College students, along with Assistant Professor of Biology Mark Galatowitsch, traveled to Mérida, Mexico, as part of the Centre-in-Mérida study abroad program. Students travel to the remote Kaxil Kiuic Biocultural Reserve as part of the Centre-in-Mérida study ab
DANVILLE, Ky. - Coach Wendie Austin and the Centre College women's basketball are excited about welcoming six new Colonels to the family. With an emphasis on Kentucky commits, but as far reaching as Florida and California, this class is full of proven winners and highly skilled scorers who love to w
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Need help with campus network printing?
PaperCut is the print management system at Centre. The interface is very easy and adding funds to student accounts is quick and easy! For full information on how this works, visit the ITS Website at http://helpdesk.centre.edu and click on FAQ in the menu or click here to download the new PaperCut campus installation guide.
Each Centre student is given $33 per year of free paper funds in PaperCut. To add funds to your PaperCut account, visit the Library Circulation Desk or the College Cashier (Horky House) to purchase a pre-paid code card. Then click the button above titled "PaperCut Print System" online, login with your Centre username/password and click "Redeem Card".
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If you are having a problem getting your computer or device on our campus network, there are many ways you can get assistance. You can always visit the ITS Technology Support Center in 762 West Main (right next to Old Centre near Main Street). There you will ﬁnd friendly support staff to help you with your technology-related problems - Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm.
You can also email the Technology Support Center at email@example.com or call us at 859-238-5575!
We would love to hear from you especially during these ﬁrst few weeks of the semester when you are getting settled in and getting things connected.
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Submitted by Anonymous
Professor Costley has gone over and above in his service to the college. During the spring term he worked long hours every day, creating learning materials and presentations for his students and meeting with them in small groups over...
Brenda is one of the most pleasant and helpful people I have ever met. She amazes me at how she is so knowledgeable and is a whiz at problem solving. She's a friend to everyone and Centre is lucky to have her.
Jessica is a very supportive person, as a Posse mentor, she's gone out of her way to make sure that the needs of her scholars are met. Jessica is also one of the most kind and level-headed people that I've ever met. She's able to pro...
Roger is in Maintenance. He is always kind, professional, positive, willing to help in any area needed, and generally singing. His dedicated services are appreciated across the campus.
Submitted by Alexandra Boardman
As director of the Lincoln Scholars Program, Dr. Schalkoff (aka Sensei) has had to be flexible as the summer plans of his students changed. Not only has he gone above and beyond with reworking summer plans, but he has also b...