The Class of 2014 gathered on May 6 to celebrate the completion of their senior class gift, a sidewalk along Main Campus Drive.
Tia Joyce, ’16, a Legacy Scholar, earned majors in chemistry, biology, and psychology, while at Meredith College.
The Meredith College Student Ambassadors hosted the Eighth Annual Grandparents’ Luncheon on Friday, April 8, 2016, at The Royal Banquet and Conference Center. Attending were 250 guests from ten states.
A new initiative funded by a $95,000 grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund will support undergraduate research and mentorship at Meredith College.
Meredith College held its second annual Thank a Donor Day on February 24, 2016, sponsored by the 1891 Club.
After a week spent celebrating its 125th anniversary, Meredith College announced plans to raise $75 million through its Beyond Strong fundraising campaign, ensuring a strong future for the Southeast’s largest private women’s college.
Meredith College held its first 24 Hour Giving Day on February 23, 2016. A total of 1,791 donors contributed $283,052 during the Make It Count for Meredith Campaign.
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.