Oh, the places you'll go ...

Oh, The Places You’ll Go …

Central College’s network helps students and alumni realize their dreams and opportunities.

Nov 14, 2023

A red building block labeled with Central College on the side.

Building Blocks of a Central Education

Dynamic learning opportunities can be found in classrooms across Central College’s campus.

Nov 8, 2023

Steve, Jackson, and Stefanie Perkins

Perkins Pay It Forward

Steve ’01 and Stefanie Bresnahan Perkins ’02 established the Jackson Perkins Education Scholarship in honor of their son, Jackson, who has autism. Through their gift, they wish to give back for the generosity they received in their time at Central.

Nov 8, 2023

New members of Central's Board of Trustees in 2023

Around the Pond – Fall 2023

Read up on the latest updates from around Central.

Nov 8, 2023

Keith Jones at Central softball game

Teachers of the Game

Central College faculty members in coaching ranks highlight athletics’ role in educational process. 

Nov 8, 2023

Hailey Hunter '24 playing at a Central soccer game against Simpson

Looking Beyond

Hailey Hunter ’24 knew there was more for her to do, learn and be at Central College. So, she sought opportunities and pushed herself to look beyond her comfort zone.

Nov 6, 2023

Red puzzle piece with text Engaged to the Core

Engaged to the Core

After more than 20 years, Central College faculty and administration thought it time to look into a new kind of core curriculum.

Nov 6, 2023

Central College Homecoming 2023

2023 Homecoming Class Reunions

Thanks to all who joined us for Homecoming 2023! Check out class reunion photos below, along with other scenes from the Homecoming festivities. Click photos […]

Nov 3, 2023

Jack Walvoord '54 speaking with players at Central basketball game

In Memoriam: Jack Walvoord ’54

Longtime Central College Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Jack Walvoord ’54, passed away in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, June 23, 2023.

Nov 3, 2023

Central College President Mark Putnam

Four Critical Years

Mark Putnam, Central College president, values a four-year college education because it provides opportunity for students to develop the person they will become.

Nov 2, 2023 | 1 Comment