Beyond Strong │The Campaign for Meredith unveils $75 million Campaign goal and highlights the importance of donors. watch videos »
"In a new era of strength and enthusiasm we launch the public phase of Beyond Strong the largest comprehensive campaign in our history. For 125 years, and the next 125 years, your dedication and generosity will not only keep us Going Strong, but move us Beyond Strong."President Jo Allen, '80
Give to Meredith. Help keep us Going Strong.
Judy Woodruff, a broadcast journalist for more than three decades at CNN, NBC, and PBS, has a special 125 anniversary message for Meredith College. Woodruff attended Meredith from 1964-66.
Jo Cooper, ’67, and Ann Lowery, ’74, Beyond Strong │The Campaign for Meredith co-chairs, are making an impact at Meredith College by giving toward projects about which they are passionate. Through their support, these strong women are making a difference at Meredith.
Porter Byrum has given more than $3,000,000 in honor of his mother Isa Ward Byrum who attended from 1906 to 1910. Today, more than 80 students have benefited from the gifts, many who would not be able to attend Meredith any other way.
Tia Joyce, ’16, a Legacy Scholar, earned majors in chemistry, biology, and psychology, while at Meredith College. Thanks to support from a strong set of faculty mentors, Tia is well-prepared for her next challenge – attending dental school.
To date, Beyond Strong │The Campaign for Meredith has raised more than $55 million, toward a $75 million goal that was...read more »
One of our most critical messages to prospective students, faculty, and staff is the extraordinary quality of the Meredith...read more »
Meredith will claim its reputation as a leading resource on women’s issues.
Students will explore their strengths in state-of-the-art living, learning, and athletic complexes.
Students will create plans for academic, professional, and financial success.
Meredith’s beautiful campus will thrive through infrastructure investments.
Meredith will be seen as the best choice for adult women seeking a bachelor’s degree.