Welcome to #CentennialStars, where we recognize leaders, legends and unsung heroes of the college. They could be students, faculty, or staff doing extraordinary things or going above and beyond the call of duty. But we need you to reveal those Centennial Stars.
So who are we looking for? Student leaders, high-academic achievers, sports stars, outstanding artists, selfless volunteers, dedicated employees, inspiring professors, or security guards who stepped up in a tough situation. And we’re just scratching the surface. So, if you know a student, faculty member or college employee who deserves a little recognition, we want to hear about them.
An international student from Vietnam enrolled in The Business School, Duy Anh is a busy guy who’s committed to his fellow students and to all the college has to offer. While keeping his grades up, Duy Anh still never misses a chance to get involved on campus.
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When Bahar Nasirzadeh earned her diploma in graphic design from Centennial back in 2007, she had no idea that, years later, she would come full circle and return to the college as an instructor.
Emily is graduating this spring in Centennial’s Music Industry Arts and Performance program and she hopes the piano will play an important role in her career. When she arrived at Centennial and walked on to the volleyball court, she knew she was in the right place.
Ankar started his Centennial journey in 2015, when he was accepted to the Business Administration Marketing program at Progress Campus, which would soon become his second home. When deciding to enrol in the program, Ankar didn’t think twice. He knew that Centennial College was the right place for him.