Meredith College has launched a Civil Communication Working Group, which is charged with helping the campus community navigate difficult topics in a welcoming environment where all voices are heard.
The initiative is a proactive effort to foster respectful communication and conflict management on campus.
Civil discourse is an important skill for college students to develop,... read more »
The Meredith College community is invited to celebrate the dedication of the Jo Ellen Ammons Welcome Center and recently renovated Johnson Hall on... read more »
Author, journalist, and icon of the women’s movement Gloria Steinem visited Meredith College on September 24 as part of her tour in... read more »
North Carolina continues to be a battleground state for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as Clinton holds a 38-35 percent advantage... read more »
During the last fiscal year, 72.5% of faculty and staff made a gift to Meredith College.This was an 8.5% increase from the previous year... read more »
The Office of Institutional Advancement hosted the sixth annual Retired Faculty and Staff luncheon on Friday, September 17, 2016 in Belk Dining Hall. The... read more »
Months before the library hosts Taste of Research every fall, our resources and staff play a key role during the different research stages.... read more »
The Nutrition Graduate Student Association (NGSA) of Meredith College is partnering once again with Stop Hunger Now for an on campus... read more »
Digital imaging is an art form which composites, blends, and alters photographs and other images, in order to create a new image and... read more »
As a liberal arts college with a strong emphasis on professional preparation, general education courses are an essential component of a Meredith education.<... read more »
The Meredith College Department of Psychology welcomed seven guest speakers for a career panel on Tuesday, September 20. The event took place in Ledford 101... read more »
In this issue we celebrate the accomplishments of faculty and staff from the departments of art, campus police, dance, music, political science, and... read more