More than your regular registrar’s office

Supporting the Centenary community by maintaining and managing academic records, actively registering students, and encouraging student progress towards a degree.

Our office is more than your regular registrar’s office. We assist students by:

  • Connecting our students to a variety of campus resources and benefits
  • Carefully managing enrollment, class schedules, and grades
  • Helping students know what courses will transfer into Centenary for credit
  • Working with former students who would like to apply for undergraduate readmission to Centenary
  • Assisting students in completing degree plans and knowing what classes are needed to fulfill graduation requirements
  • Processing transcripts and enrollment verification
  • Protecting student information as outlined by the Federal Government’s Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to many of the most common questions students have, such as how to drop a class, how to request a transcript, how to fill out a degree plan, and more!

Declare Your Major

New federal mandates require all students to indicate their major field of study. Please complete even if you are not 100% sure of your choice of major. Do the best to choose what best fits you at the moment and please know you will be able to change your major at a later date if need be.

Transfer Equivalency Guide

Are you a current Centenary student wanting to take courses at another school? Find out if the courses you want to take will transfer. Are you considering Centenary and what to know what could transfer from your current school? Learn about how your current course work converts to Centenary credit.

Graduating Student Resources

Graduation planning starts early. And you can start right here.

Info for Faculty

Faculty members can find forms and additional information to help students here.
Contact Info

Dr. Lalita Rogers


Hamilton Hall, 113

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