Meredith College StrongPoints:Find out how it works

Make the most of your strong potential.

A great college experience prepares you for a successful career and a satisfying life.

That's why we developed StrongPoints®- an advising and personal coaching program found only at Meredith that's designed to help you make the most of college.

Through this comprehensive initiative, you'll identify your strengths and then build on them. Explore academic and experiential activities. Increase your financial literacy. Examine potential career paths. And with the guidance of expert faculty and staff advisers, you'll develop a plan to achieve your goals in college - and throughout your life.

Contact Information:

Candice Webb
Director of StrongPoints
(919) 760-8341
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Learn how StrongPoints works

  • Academic


    Develop an academic plan that emphasizes your strengths.

  • Experiential


    Explore out-of-class experiences that enhance your learning and development.

  • Financial Literacy

    Financial Literacy

    Gain the skills and knowledge to make strong financial decisions.

  • Career


    Create a career plan that builds on your strengths and prepares you for success.

"StrongPoints is powerful because it encourages students to focus on their innate talents and gifts."President Jo Allen, ’80

Strong Story | Katelyn Smith

Strong Story | Katelyn Smith

A love of learning about other cultures prompted Katelyn Smith, ’16, who majored in Spanish and international studies, to apply for...

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Strong Story | Jessica Williford

Strong Story | Jessica Williford

At Meredith College, Jessica Williford, ’16, earned two degrees, studied child development and music, and completed an internship that helped determine her...

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Strong Story | Seely Stephenson

Strong Story | Seely Stephenson

After earning a bachelor’s degree in international and global studies from a small liberal arts university, Seely Stephenson, ’16,...

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of Meredith seniors receive career guidance from professors and advisors


percent of our students participate in internships, study abroad, undergraduate research, or another kind of experiential learning


of recent Meredith alumnae were very satisfied with their academic experience


of our graduates are employed or pursuing graduate study within a few short months of graduation