Centennial is the youngest of WCSU’s residence halls. Opened just after the university’s centennial celebration, this hall was named by the students of WCSU who lived in it during its first year. The building is suite-style, with most suites housing 4 students in 2 double bedrooms, with a kitchenette, bathroom, and living room. Each floor has a small study lounge, and the building has a large multi-purpose area, laundry facilities, and a kitchen in the basement.
Centennial requires that students living there be 19 years of age, or have earned at least 9 credits. (Exceptions may be made, based on occupancy levels, for first year students to be assigned to Centennial Hall.)
Centennial Hall requires that all students be on the Ultimate, Platinum, or Platinum Plus meal plans. Students who do not select their own plan will be defaulted to the Platinum Plan. More information on meal plans can be found on the Housing Costs page or the Sodexo Campus Dining page.
Room dimensions (tbd):
Living room __x__
Floor Plans - typical quad suite
2 double bedrooms
Hallway – kitchenette and bathroom sinks
Single suite (special accommodations only)
1 single (or double) bedroom
Hallway – kitchenette and bathroom sink
Occupancy: 351 students
Gender distribution: coed by suite; some suites may be gender neutral by request