Centenary College of Louisiana was founded as the College of Louisiana in 1825. In 1845, it merged with Centenary College and came to be known as the Centenary College of Louisiana. The college relocated to Shreveport in 1908, and Mansfield Female College merged with Centenary in 1930. Centenary College of Louisiana now occupies a 117-acre campus in Shreveport, Louisiana. Every year, it offers enrollment to more than 800 students from over 30 states and 10 countries.
Centenary College of Louisiana offers a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Students can choose from over 40 majors in the fields of art, business, sciences, economics, health and exercise science, performing arts, religious studies, ancient and modern languages, and music, among others. Several pre-professional programs are also available. Centenary is comprised of the following 2 academic divisions:
Centenary College of Louisiana's athletics department sponsors teams in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, gymnastics, softball, and volleyball. They compete in The Summit League of NCAA Division I.
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