An Event for Admitted High School Seniors
- Saturday, March 21, 2020 - Registration will open February 1, 2020
Whether you’ve already chosen Meredith or you’re still deciding, at Experience Meredith! you (and your family) will get an up-close look at being a part of the Meredith community. From “Off to College” to “Academic Life”, you’ll ﬁnd out what it takes to be successful as a ﬁrst-year student. At Experience Meredith!, meet your future classmates and professors, and begin shaping your college experience.
If you have questions or cannot attend, but want to arrange another time for a campus visit, contact us by phone or register for an individual campus visit.
Experience Meredith! runs from 8:15 a.m. until approximately 4 p.m. After you register you’ll receive additional details about Experience Meredith! Below is a partial list of sessions that will aquaint you with the campus community, student services, and making a successful transition from high school to college.
- Academic Life: How to Succeed
- Next Steps for Admitted Students
- Campus Life: How to Get Involved
- Commuting and College Life
- Financial Assistance and Planning
- Meredith Athletics
- Oﬀ to College: For Parents
- Oﬀ to College: For Students Residence Life
- Services for Diverse Populations
- Study Abroad
- Success after Meredith
What’s Next - Session for Deposited Students
Learn more about what to expect in the coming months as you get closer to being a Meredith student.
Please contact the Oﬃce of Admissions at (919) 760-8581 with any questions.
For an individual appointment with the Oﬃce of Financial Assistance or Counseling Center/Disability Services while you are on campus, please make advance arrangements directly with these oﬃces.
For questions about your personal aid award or ﬁnancial planning, call (919) 760-8565. NOTE: A general information session on ﬁnancial assistance will be oﬀered and the Oﬃce of Financial Assistance will be open for walk-in appointments during the event.
Counseling Center/ Disability Services:
For questions about support services for students with documented disabilities, please call (919) 760-8427.