Share Your Video

Meredith students, alumnae, employees, and friends: SHARE YOUR STRONG in our multimedia contest, extended through March 31.

How do you SHARE YOUR STRONG? Make a video or take a photo that shows how you represent Meredith College and how Meredith College made you strong. Submitted videos and photos may be featured on Meredith’s website and/or the Meredith YouTube channel, and the College’s social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Winning submissions will receive Going Strong prizes!



How to participate

Be creative! Show your strengths, your Meredith affiliation, and how you are Going Strong. Options include using your video or photo to demonstrate a special talent, or to answer one of these questions:

  • I am strong because …
  • What makes me strong is …
  • Meredith College made me strong by …

Show your strengths in academics, athletics, the arts, extracurricular activities, or in your profession. Show how you represent Meredith College, in front of landmarks, at your workplace, etc. Be sure to include your name and affiliation to Meredith in the video. Wear your onyx if you have one!

Tips for successful videos

  • Keep your video concise. Aim for a video that is 2 minutes long or less.
  • Wear Meredith College colors or apparel. Do not wear shirts from other colleges or with other logos.
  • Shoot your video horizontally, not vertically.
  • Don’t stand too far away from the camera
  • Make sure your voice is audible.

Tips for successful photos

  • Wear Meredith College colors or apparel. Do not wear shirts from other colleges or with other logos.
  • Make sure your photo is high resolution.
  • Make sure your photo is in focus.

Submission Form

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