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College-Wide Initiative on Anti-Racism

Meredith College is working to address the racism that is affecting BIPOC students, faculty, staff, and alumnae who are valued and respected members of our community. This effort is multi-faceted, action oriented, and root focused.

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Discover Your Particular Brand of Strength
At Meredith, students discover what makes them uniquely strong and then learn how to use their strengths to prepare for the life they want to lead. Find out what makes you strong.

At Meredith, students discover what makes them uniquely strong and then learn how to use their strengths to prepare for the life they want to lead.

Kimberly Schuh

Honors Scholar and dual-sport athlete Kimberly Schuh, ’21, became an elementary P.E. teacher after graduation, a career that combines her interests in movement and education.

Laura Austin

Studying theatre in a women’s college environment was an empowering experience for Laura Austin, ’21. The arts have been a lifelong passion, and she was able to audition for productions and declare her major during her first year at Meredith.

Logan Alphin

Business administration major Logan Alphin, ’19, is thriving in her career thanks to hands-on experiences as well as strategic and critical thinking skills she gained through Meredith’s School of Business.

Meredith News

Meredith Amphitheater and Lake

The renovation of the iconic Meredith lake is complete thanks to the generosity of 1,400 alumnae and friends of Meredith College. The College is pleased to reintroduce this space on campus for all to enjoy. 

On September 28, 2021, the Office of International Programs hosted a Study Abroad Fair for spring, summer, and fall 2022 study abroad programs. The event was held outside in the courtyard behind Johnson Hall with masks and distancing protocols in place.

bench with leaves

Meredith’s Counseling Center held multiple suicide prevention awareness training sessions in September. More than 80 faculty, staff, and students participated this year, a significant increase over previous years.

students holding summer reading discussion

On September 20, first-year students discussed this year’s summer reading book, Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing our Stories of Race, Culture and Identity.