Updated:  June 12, 2018


Based on your feedback we have added four extra advising dates during July 2018.  Come to campus and schedule your classes for the fall semester, meet with faculty and visit with representatives from Financial Aid, Admissions, Student Life and more.  Dates and times are limited, so use the “Schedule Your Appointment” button below to make your appointment today!

July 2 & 3 – 9AM to 3PM
July 10 & 12 – 9AM to 12PM


Every spring several Advising Days are scheduled to give first year students an opportunity to come to campus for an individual appointment to discuss their life goals, academic aspirations, and create a class schedule for their first semester.

Advising Days for incoming Freshmen for Fall 2018 will be held May 15-18, May 21-24 and May 29 & 30. You will need your Centenary user name and password to register for classes. Please be sure you have logged in with these credentials prior to your advising appointment. If you require assistance or a password reset, please contact the IT Help Desk at 908-852-1400, ext. 2000.

Important Information and Process

Math Preplacement Exam Requirements - PLEASE READ!

Students planning to major in Biology, Forensic Science, Pre-Veterinary, Equine Science and Equine Science: Pre-Veterinary must take a Math Preplacement test prior to their advising appointment.

Testing schedule can be found here.

Meet with Faculty While on Campus - Click Here for Schedule

Faculty members from various departments will be present in the library on Advising Days. Although not required, you may speak with a faculty member from your intended major during your visit.

Advising Process - Your Responsibility

Academic Advising is a process that begins with your enrollment at Centenary and continues throughout your college career. Advising process information can be found here.

Schedule an Appointment

The Advising Day visit to campus provides new students with an opportunity to have an individual appointment for advising and visit any other office on campus where you may need personal answers to matters related to housing, health, financial aid or billing. This is also a time for students requesting accommodations through the Disability Services Office (DSO) to complete the appropriate paperwork. During this time students can provide documentation to the DSO which outlines the disability for which accommodations are requested.


Once a student has been accepted and made a deposit they are sent a link to the online Advising Day scheduler to make an appointment. Please be sure to provide your first and last name when scheduling your appointment.