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Master Development Plan

Celebrating our Past: Forging Our Future defines our Strategic Plan to position Centenary College to meet the critical needs of our community, our region and society.  The Master Development Plan enables the College to provide a physical environment that plays a pivotal role in delivering a superior academic and co-curricular learning environment for students, faculty and staff to advance the institutional mission.  It also enhances a community experience through the cultural offerings on campus.

The Master Development Plan was developed to keep pace with the needs of our students and provide a cultural resource for the surrounding northwest New Jersey region, making Centenary College a Beacon for the Region.

The David and Carol Lackland Center has expanded Centenary‚Äôs Performing and Fine Arts Program, and Communications Program with state-of-the-art theaters, WNTI-FM radio and CCTV Channel 6, UHF Channel 23 TV studios, dance studio, classrooms and campus dining hall.  The Center was recognized by American School & University Magazine for its outstanding design. 

The Zeitler Wrestling Facility was added to the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center and contains a wrestling room with a mat that encompasses 3,928 square feet. 

A new Environmental Science Center opened in 2013 at the Charles O. Hayford State Fish Hatchery to enhance our Biology and Environmental Science Programs. 

Solar Panels have been installed on the roofs of several buildings which will continue to result in energy savings on campus.
Upcoming projects in the Master Plan include:

  • Turf Field for Athletics
  • Renovation of science labs
  • Installation of Elevators in designated buildings

Centenary continues to thoughtfully deploy resources while addressing the Master Development Plan that best addresses the needs of our students and community.

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Master Development Plan
The Master Development Plan for Centenary College.