January 26, 1963
Henry "Harry" Loeb Jacobs dies. He had been president of Bryant from 1916-1961.

January 29, 1963
Centennial flag raising ceremony signified the beginning of Bryant's 100th year celebration.

March 2, 1963
A Centennial Couples Dance, "Golden Soiree", was held in the college auditorium.

March 5, 1963
Centennial speaker M. Jean Savelli, Consul General of France, spoke about "The Common Market."

May 18, 1963
Centennial Homecoming dinner held at the Old Grist Mill, Seekonk, MA with dancing to the music of Tommy Masso's Orchestra in the Jolly Miller Swim Club ballroom adjacent to the Grist Mill.

November 18, 1963
Convocation and Centennial Symposium. Rhode Island Congressman John E. Fogarty was the convocation speaker. The symposium theme was "The Status of Women in America" with speakers Esther Peterson, Marion Stephenson, Pauli Murray, Jessie Bernard and Wilma Soss.

November 18, 1963
President John F. Kennedy sent Bryant a congratulatory telegram on the occasion of Bryant's Centennial convocation.

December 13, 1963
The Centennial Ball was held at the Grist Mill Ballroom, Seekonk, MA. This was the final event of the year-long anniversary celebration.