Meredith College is going strong in many ways: Our 22,000 graduates who are going strong across the country and around the world. Our smart students who are engaged in research, community-based learning, studying abroad and preparing to make a difference in their communities. Our talented faculty and staff who make Meredith College stronger every day with their unwavering commitment to Meredith's mission. All going strong.
According to U.S. News, Meredith has been consistently ranked both a top regional and national college, and was ranked in the top 25% of liberal arts colleges in the country by high school counselors
Ranks among the top 20% of colleges in the country by Forbes.com
Is one of the “Best Colleges in the Southeast” according to The Princeton Review
Is one of the Top Ten Colleges in North Carolina according to USA Today College
Has been named a "College of Distinction"
Named one of North Carolina's best colleges by BestColleges.com
Among the “Top 50 Alma Maters of National Board Certified Teachers.” Meredith was the only private institution in North Carolina to make the list, which is compiled by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
Named a 2015 Military Friendly School. This list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
Named the #4 Best College for Veterans in the South by U.S. News
Included on the 2015 STEM Jobs Approved College List
Rated number five on the College Choice 2015 Best U.S. Women's Colleges ranking. Meredith scored a 91 in academic reputation, which was the second highest on the list.
Fashion Merchandising program has been ranked 18th nationally by Fashionschools.org
StrongPoints is a defining element of the Meredith College educational experience. Through this unique personal coaching and advising model, students identify their strengths using a research-based assessment tool. Then, throughout their four years at Meredith, they examine how those strengths can help shape their academic goals, experiential involvement, financial planning, and career choice. The result is a stronger college experience - and preparation for a more successful and fulfilled life.