The Meredith Fund held a sunset dessert reception on the rooftop deck of the Science and Math Building on May 1, to celebrate donors from the Class of 2017.
Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at the age of four, Briana Landis, ’19, has never wanted her disease to define her.
Meredith College is pleased to announce that an anonymous donor has recently given a $1 million gift for electrical maintenance.
In 2011, the Class of 1970 started a tradition that “holds” them together even more than in the past.
Representatives from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund visited Meredith College on April 5, 2017.
A $1 million gift from Ann Lowery, ’74, will name the fitness center in the Weatherspoon Physical Education building for her parents, Herman and Ruth Lowery.
Institutional Advancement held the Scholarship and Donor Recognition dinner on Thursday, March 16, at the Embassy Suites in Cary, N.C.
The spring Parents Council meeting was held on campus on Saturday, March 18.
Porter Byrum, a retired attorney and real estate developer from Charlotte, N.C., known for his educational philanthropy, passed away on March 27, 2017. He was 96.
The 1891 Club hosted Meredith’s third annual Thank a Donor Day on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Meredith College held its second annual Make It Count for Meredith Giving Day on February 28, 2017 raising $379,166 during the 24-hours.
The second annual Make It Count for Meredith Giving Day is Tuesday, February 28, 2017. This 24-hour giving challenge aims to raise $250,000 for Beyond Strong │Campaign for Meredith.
This year the Parents Fund raised $56,148, surpassing the goal by more than $6,000. The money will be used to improve the Fitness Center in the Weatherspoon Complex.
By President Jo Allen, '80
Donors who make unrestricted gifts to the “greatest needs of the college” pay us one of the highest compliments imaginable – giving financial support to the College while recognizing that not all needs are plainly visible.
Meredith College has launched a new service scholarship for students who are deeply committed to service in their communities and civic engagement.