The Centennial Complex includes six buildings: Davidson, Palmer, Clayburn, Mathews,
Nicholas, and Pate Halls.
The Centennial Complex opened in 1967 to commemorate Peru State's first one hundred years. The Centennial Complex is a coeducational, suite-style/apartment-style living community, located at the southwest side of campus. The Centennial Complex consists of three groups of two residence halls each, which houses sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Each suite-style unit includes two or three bedrooms, living room, and a full bathroom. Each apartment-style unit includes a kitchen, one or two bedrooms, living room, and a full bath. All units contain a love seat, arm chair, and coffee table in the living room, and a dresser, built in desks, closets, and a set of bunk able extra-long twin beds in each bedroom. The student rooms are equipped with wireless internet and cable TV. A recreational room is located in Palmer Hall, with amenities including a flat screen TV, gaming system, pool table, and other recreational items. Laundry facilities, located in the basement of Clayburn Hall, Davidson Hall, and Nicholas Hall, are available at no charge for all on-campus residents.
Visitation is allowed 24 hours per day with approval of the roommate and suite mates. Visitors who wish to sleep in a room overnight may do so on Friday and Saturday evenings with the approval of roommate/suite mates, prior to the guest's arrival.
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