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Throughout the course of the global pandemic, Centre College’s Digital Scholarship Librarian Mary Girard and other members of the Grace Doherty Library staff have been hard at work keeping up with the College’s digital library and archives. Centre’s digital library includes ebooks and research datab
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre Athletics announced today that it has signed an exclusive partnership with Nexus Licensing Group to serve as its domestic licensing agent, effective immediately.
The partnership will focus on promoting the Centre Colonels brand through consumer licensed products and providin
Monday, September 21st - 7pm
Soul of a Citizen
Tuesday, September 22nd - 7pm
Is There an Anti-War Literature?
Wednesday, September 23rd - 7:3
Centre College’s largest single sustainability project to date has been completed. The College made an institutional commitment in its 2009 Climate Action Plan, led by former President John Roush, to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. One major step was taken in the past year: upgrade campus
DANVILLE, Ky. - During her high school career, Rylee Suttor was a two-time Player of the Year on the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour, but she never got a look at the tournaments like she did last summer.
The Centre College sophomore did an internship with Kentucky Golf House and focused on the Kentucky PG
Centre College remains high atop the U.S. News & World Report annual list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges, this year distinguishing itself in a variety of categories beyond the overall ranking itself. Of particular note is recognition in the Most Innovative Colleges category, where Centre
DANVILLE, Ky. – Normally Centre College seniors Haley Simon and Melissa Collins would be going through softball workouts as part of their normal college routine. Of course, nothing is normal now thanks to COVID-19 and with no workouts the two — and other Centre athletes — have had to find other thin
Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts recently announced its new free monthly CULTURE + series, a mix of live performances and thought-provoking dialogue, hosting its first event in August. The second installment of the series, titled “CULTURE + ESPORTS,” will be on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 7:30
DANVILLE, Ky. - Her mother and sister played college soccer and her younger brother now plays soccer at Centre College. So it is now surprise that Averi Faulk says soccer is why she came to Centre College.
"I always knew I wanted to play college soccer," Faulk, a senior, said.
Yet she readily admi
The 2020-21 academic year marks the commencement of the Grissom Artist-in-Residency Program, which brings high caliber artists to campus for education, student engagement and performances. This year's artists-in-residence will be The Harlem Quartet, which is comprised of four musicians who focus on
DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre Athletics has seen a handful of its staff move on to new positions recently, including several promotions to leadership roles.
"We take the responsibility to holistically develop our student-athletes very seriously, but we also possess a strong sense of purpose in developing
Welcome to the Centre College portal for members of the Centre community!
To log into the Centrenet Campus Portal:
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".
Need more help? Ask ITS!
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
Samantha, is someone who works hard to get printing done and helps with the postal mail. She goes above and beyond what is expected. She keeps a positive attitude and delightful personality even when she is stressed.
Robbie is fair, helpful, along with superb knowledge about the operations of the college. He has never ask anything of an individual that he is not willing to do himself.
Submitted by Benjamin Knoll
Thanks so much to Patrick, Kathe, and Lori for the "new and improved" Covid-19 dashboard that contains cases, positivity rates, quarantine/isolation number, and other key information about Centre students, faculty, and staff. Ke...
Kristi patiently helped me through classroom set up even though I'd already had a tutorial. She knows how to solve problems, but functions as a good teacher as she guides someone through the processes -- and does so without judgment ...
For putting on an AMAZING class to help us get ready for the fall. It was good to remember what it's like to be a student again.