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College-Wide Initiative on Anti-Racism

Meredith College is working to cultivate an inclusive and pluralistic campus environment where diverse identities are welcomed into our living, learning, and working community. The anti-racism initiative reflects our commitment to strength, integrity, and the power of education to bring about real and lasting change across Meredith’s campus.v

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Koru Meditation Class in Jones Chapel

At Meredith, we believe health and wellness are critical to Going Strong. That’s why we empower members of our community to care for their own health and wellness and prepare students for successful careers in the field, who then go on to support the health and wellness of others.

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

Jeanine Carryl

Jeanine Carryl, ’22, is a computer science major who took a Principles of Marketing course – and discovered she has a real knack for marketing, going on to win a competitive case study competition.

A successful fall 2021 season has concluded for Meredith Athletics. The Avenging Angels saw program firsts, records broken, and a few student-athletes earned recognition at the national level.  Here are a few highlights from another impressive fall season for Meredith Athletics.

In November 2021, the Office of the Chaplain, Sisters United, Meredith International Association, Meredith Immigrant and Refugee Club, and the Student Government Association (SGA) organized a basic household goods drive for Afghan refugee families moving into the Raleigh area.