Campus Chaplain

The campus chaplain offers the following resources to Meredith students, faculty, and staff of all religious backgrounds:

  • One-on-one student support for personal or spiritual issues
  • Community engagement opportunities including Mentoring Angels and Sisters United
  • Interfaith programming
  • Educational and hands-on opportunities to address a variety of social issues
  • Daisy Trade (campus food pantry) and the Student Emergency Fund

Contact Information
Rev. Stacy Pardue
(919) 760-8347

Advocacy Groups

Sisters United

Sisters United is a student group that supports girls and women locally and abroad. They have sponsored girls in Kenya and Ghana for educational opportunities, worked extensively in anti-human trafficking, supported after school programs in Raleigh, organized programs for Afghan refugees, created a pen pal program with schoolgirls in Honduras, hosted Meredith’s annual Sexual Assault Awareness Week, and supports the Office of the Chaplain’s mentor program called Mentoring Angels.

Mentoring Angels

Collaborating with Raleigh non-profit, Loaves & Fishes, the Office of the Chaplain hosts a weekly after school mentor program on the Meredith campus. The first half of the program consists of full group activities such as snacks, dance, art, music, games and topical discussions all led by Meredith student groups. The second half of each weekly program is one-on-one mentoring with mentor/mentee pairings. The Chaplain partners with the top mentoring academic in the country, Dr. Jean Rhodes, based in Boston and founder of Mentorhub. The mentor/mentee pairings first check in with each other utilizing Mentorhub’s “mood ring” and the rest of the time focuses on their skill-based goals, chosen by each pairing. This may include certain educational subjects, critical thinking, mental health, and will utilize a variety of Apps such as Khan Academy, Calm, My Study Life and others.