2.27.24 | 24 HOUR
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.
On February 27, Meredith College’s annual Make It Count for Meredith Giving Day brings the Meredith community together to show students we support their education. With your gift honor a strong woman or a group of strong women who have been important in your life and help the College raise $1.1 million in 24 hours. Visit meredith.edu/makeitcount4mc to learn more and to make a gift on February 27. #MakeItCount4MC #MCGoingStrong
Danae Gross, ’22, is a registered and licensed dietitian earning her master’s in nutrition at Meredith. She will continue pursuing her goal of one day becoming a professor through UNC-Chapel Hill’s Ph.D. program in nutrition with a minor in epidemiology.
At Meredith, Naomi Hill, ’21, discovered a passion for leadership and activism. After graduation, she plans to attend law school to become a litigator who focuses on issues that impact women.
Meredith’s Student Chapter of the National Association of Catering and Events (NACE) recently hosted its second annual Hospitality and Tourism Alumni Panel in Kresge Auditorium.
Professor of Chemistry Walda Powell will deliver Meredith College’s Faculty Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, at 7 p.m., in Jones Auditorium. The lecture, “Life in Chemistry,” will focus on Dr. Powell’s own life as a chemist and how chemistry touches every life.
The updated Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is now available for students and families to complete. The 2024-25 FAFSA form was initially made available periodically as part of what is described as a “soft launch.”
The most recent Meredith Poll, in the field January 26-31, 2024, asked North Carolina voters about their preferences in the March 5 primary, policy issues (distracted driving, medical marijuana, and casino gambling), political polarization, and more.