News and Events

Guest Viewing Art Exhibition in the John E. Weems Gallery

Constitution Day 2015 Panel Discussion to Focus on Fourth Amendment

Meredith College will celebrate Constitution Day 2015 with “May the Fourth Be with You,” a panel... Read More

Dr. Garry Walton and Dr. Jonathan Wade on WPTF

William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes both died on the 23rd of April in 1616.  Drs. Walton... Read More

Breazeale portrays Bernarda Alba

Honors Biology and Spanish double-major Rachel Breazeale '17 gave a commanding portrayal of Bernarda Alba this... Read More

Watch this episode of The Meredith Minute

Watch this episode of The Meredith Minute featuring Assistant Professor of Theatre Steven Roten as he explains... Read More

Mercer-Kesler Lecture: Art and the Franciscan Order

In this talk, historian Bradley Franco examines eight surviving thirteenth-century altarpieces and considers the reasons that depictions... Read More

Renowned Scholar to Speak at Meredith as Part of Statewide Quixote Festival

Roberto González Echevarría, the Sterling Professor of Hispanic and Comparative Literature at Yale... Read More

Meredith College Receives Gift to Support Criminology Program

A recent $100,000 gift to Meredith College will support the College’s growing criminology program. The donor... Read More

Meredith Professor Selected for National Seminar on Teaching Interfaith Understanding

Meredith College Professor of Religious and Ethical Studies Margarita Suárez has been selected from a... Read More

Meredith College Releases Report on The Status of Women in N.C. Politics

Meredith College has released a new report that examines The Status of Women in North Carolina Politics.... Read More

Meredith College Poll Examines North Carolinians’ Views of Women as Political Leaders

A poll of North Carolina voters has explored the state’s views of women as political... Read More

Contact Information:

Garry Walton
Dean, School of Arts and Humanities
230 Joyner Hall
(919) 760-8541
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Evening Classes follow the Thursday schedule

Last day of classes

Reading day; music juries

Final Examinations

Octavia Concert