If you’re on the college hunt or just beginning your college career, you may feel you have to immediately know what you want to major in or what career you want to pursue. But the truth is, you absolutely do not have to know. And you’re not alone. Recent studies show one out of three students aren’t sure about which major they should pursue. College is a time to explore your strengths and passions, and Meredith has plenty of resources to help you do so. Check out today’s blog post to learn more.
September is National Preparedness Month in the United States. This is a campaign sponsored by ready.gov to educate and empower people to prepare for, respond to, and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.
By your senior year of high school, you’re probably well into your college search. You’ve gathered information about many different schools, and the finish line has never seemed so close. Now is not the time to lose steam, so we’ve created a critical to-do list to help you navigate your college search during this final year.
Move-In is one of the best days of the year, and the Meredith College community is so excited to welcome you. We know how excited you must be to get acquainted with your new home-away-from-home, but you probably have some questions, too. In today’s blog, we have some tips to help reduce stress levels on Move-In Day.
If you’ve always been interested in athletic performance, physical education, community health and wellness, workplace wellness, or the general health and wellbeing of others then an Exercise & Sports Science degree may be the path for you. In today’s blog post, you’ll learn more about what it means to major in ESS, and also what careers you can pursue.
Are you looking to transfer schools? Consider choosing Meredith College. We can help you make a smooth transition, both academically and socially, and finish your degree. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear what some of our transfer students have to say about their experience at Meredith in today’s blog post.
If you’re a rising high school senior, you won’t want to miss this week’s blog post. We’ve asked some alumnae to share their best pieces of college advice to help prepare you for your strong future. Read the post