Wings - Adult Education at Meredith / Admitted Students
Congratulations on your acceptance to Meredith College. Below are the next steps that will ensure your successful transition to the Meredith community. We look forward to welcoming you and helping you finish strong.
Come explore campus, speak with faculty, observe a class, talk with current students, and catch up with your admissions counselor.
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Investigate Scholarships and Financial Assistance
Our financial assistance staff is here to help you find ways to make college affordable. All students are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for access to Meredith, state, and federal assistance options. If you're a first-time student, your FAFSA will be reviewed to determine your eligibility for need-based and merit scholarships. If you're an adult completing your undergraduate degree, you may qualify for a transfer scholarship.
Reserve Your Space
Officially reserve your space at Meredith by submitting your enrollment deposit.
Spring enrollment: $300 deposit (plus a $5 processing fee for online payments) due by December 1
Fall enrollment: $300 deposit (plus a $5 processing fee for online payments) due by May
You can make a secure online payment through PayPal or by mailing a check or money order to the Office of Admissions, 3800 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27607-5298. Cash is also accepted.
Review Enrollment Handbook
Looking for information about advising, registration, or campus services? For students enrolling in May or August, you'll find it in the 2017 Enrollment Handbook. Be sure to submit all required documents by their stated deadlines.
Complete Your Academic Records
Send your final or last official college transcript, as well as any Advanced Placement, CLEP, or International Baccalaureate scores to the Office of Admissions.
Wings - Adult Education at Meredith
Strong Story - Gemma Brodney (Wings)
Strong Story | Bev Mecum
Adult education student Bev Mecum, '15, is earning her undergraduate degree in art education at Meredith College, where she's curated her own art show, developed a network within the art community, and explored ways to combine her two previous careers with her love of art.
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