On November 6, 2015, seven members of the Class of 1974 gathered to sign their endowment for the Meredith Legacy Scholarship.
At the Town Hall Forum on November 5, Ann Gleason and Cammey Manning, co-chairs of the Faculty and Staff Campaign Committee for Beyond Strong, announced the results from the campus fundraising initiative. These numbers highlight and show the commitment that Meredith’s own have for the institution.
Meredith College hosted a reception allowing participants to reconnect with friends and fellow travelers and celebrate the unique experience that Sansepolcro gives Meredith students.
On Thursday, October 22, more than 300 donors and students attended Meredith’s Annual Scholarship Dinner.
A $3.5 million gift from the Jud Ammons family, of Raleigh, N.C., in honor of his late wife Meredith College alumna Jo Ellen Ammons, will renovate the iconic Johnson Hall and add an exciting new welcome center to the facility.
Meredith College proudly announces the receipt of a $1 million gift from Bobbitt Clay Williams and her husband Bill Williams of Newport Beach, Calif.
A recent $100,000 gift to Meredith College will support the College’s growing criminology program.
As a member of the North Carolina Business Hall of Fame and a highly successful businessman, Charlie Shelton knows a strong investment when he sees one.
Leslie Hayes, ’80, learned the importance of alumnae support while she was still at Meredith.
When Mary Estes Speight, ’53, opened a gift from her children on Christmas morning last year, she had no idea of its significance – to her personally, and to Meredith students for years to come.
The Meredith Legacy Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate superior academic achievement, intellectual promise, and leadership ability – qualities that are markedly apparent in Legacy Scholar Amy Hruby, ’13.
Awarded for the first time in 2007, the Meredith Legacy Scholarship – the College’s first and only full, four-year merit scholarship – continues to attract strong, bright women to Meredith.
Women’s colleges produce leaders. That’s why so many graduates of women’s colleges are the ones to break barriers. And Meredith is no exception to that rule.