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The Centenary College of Louisiana

Instate Tuition (2013-2014)
Out-of-state Tuition (2013-2014)

CL Address

2911 Centenary Boulevard
Shreveport LA 71104
General information:(318) 869-5011
Financial aid office:(318) 869-5137
Admissions office:(318) 869-5131University Homepage

Tuition + CL Housing (2013-2014)

Meals Per Week:17

Undergrad Application Fee: $30
Grad Application Fee:$35

Tuition Payment Plan:Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:593
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup (2013-2014)

# of Undergrads: 717
# of Grad students: 112
# of Part time: 1
Total Students: 829




American Indian



Pacific Islander




Financial Aid

96% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $95

62% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $4,202

100% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $16,634

61% receive student loans and the average amount is $6,688The College offers three types of money: merit, need-based and talent.

Merit scholarships are based on the academic credentials of the student. Considered are: high school curriculum, core academic grade point average, standardized test scores, essay, letters of recommendation, co-curricular activities. Merit awards range from $5,000 to full tuition per year.

Need-based awards are determined by the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Talent awards come from the Hurley School of Music, the athletic department, dance, art, or theatre. Direct contact with the appropriate department is required.

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Private not-for-profit 4 year or above Institution
Baccalaureate Colleges--Arts & Sciences
Masters Colleges and Universities I
Average ACT: 100.0

Special Programs

Dual degree, Allied Health advisement tracks, Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements

Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA Required
Secondary School Rank N/A
Test Scores Required
Competencies N/A

Special Credits

HS College Credit: Yes
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: No
Special Credits(other): No

Applicants Admitted

62% men vs 70% women admitted

Applicants vs Admissions (2013-2014)

Men Applicants:306
Women Applicants:364
Men Admitted:189
Women Admitted:253

Student Services

Library On Campus
Counseling Services


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• Elementary Education and Teaching
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• Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
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• Religion/Religious Studies
• Religious/Sacred Music
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