Centenary College of New Jersey Joins WINS

| May 12, 2014

Centenary College of New Jersey has formally affiliated with Webster University by joining the Webster International Network of Schools (WINS) consortium. Webster has around 30 WINS affiliates, and the list of institutions benefiting from this partnership continues to grow.

By joining the WINS consortium, Centenary College, expands the study abroad opportunities it provides its students. Centenary students may study at any of Webster University’s international campuses.

About Centenary
Centenary College New Jersey

Centenary College

Centenary College, founded in 1867, is a private, state-chartered institution that serves as the primary educational and cultural resource for northwest New Jersey. It offers a range of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. Building on its applied liberal arts foundation, Centenary College integrates high quality, co-curricular experience with excellent academic programming for a diverse population of students.

Centenary has an enrollment of about 1,200 full-time undergraduate students and 100 part-time undergraduate students, and 1,100 adult and graduate students. Centenary was the first college in the State of New Jersey to require service education as a condition of graduation.

Centenary College offers degrees in: Art and Design; Biology; Business Administration; Communication; Criminal Justice; Education; English; Environmental Science; Equine Studies; Fashion; Global Studies; Graphic Design and Multimedia Arts; History; Mathematics; Political and Governmental Affairs; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; and Theater Arts. Its graduate degrees include the MBA, among others.

Like Webster University, Centenary College teams participate in NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports. The Cyclones belong to the Colonial States Athletic Conference.

Centenary’ main campus is located in a suburban setting in Hackettstown, New Jersey, in the Kittatinny Mountains, 52 miles west of New York City, 35 miles south of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and 26 miles northeast of Easton, Pennsylvania, and the Lehigh Valley.  The Centenary Equestrian Center located in Long Valley, New Jersey, provides riding and education facilities for its Equine Studies Department.

Centenary College is a member of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.  For more information visit: www.centenarycollege.edu.

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