Most of the girls on campus complain about the lack of male students. Centenary desperately needs more guys. The good guys are all taken, and the rest are gay. (Not really, but sometimes it seems that way.) Male students entering Centenary should have no problem finding a date or multiple dates. Hookups vary from engagements to drunken, one-night flings. Most couples are pretty reserved, confining PDA to handholding and quick kisses. While there is a 3 a.m. curfew in dorms for opposite-sex visitors, as long as you're discreet, no one really cares. The College is big about promoting safe sex, and Health Services has a basket of free condoms on their door for students. Students are generally discreet and safe about their sexual activity.
Students at Centenary usually find a good balance between social life and school. There are a few people that do more partying than studying, but most students place academics high on their list of priorities. There is a significant number of sorority girls, which can be a good or bad thing, depending on your point of view. Unfortunately, the small number of guys means they're in high demand, and they know it. Guys will sometimes complain about being one of two or three guys in a class. The girls tend to ignore them or grin apologetically when the conversation steers toward feminism in any class. It can be rough for male students, but they rarely complain. They know the numbers work for them when it comes to dating.