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Diversity Programs Student Organizations


Black Student Union

The Black Student Union (BSU) exists to support and empower strong Black/African American women as well as to unify and promote positive perceptions of Black/African Americans. BSU is involved in a variety of activities during the academic year. For additional information, contact bsu@email.meredith.edu.

Meredith Hues Organization

Mission: The Meredith Hues Organization is a student organization that assists the Office of Admissions with the recruitment of prospective students. Members will attend selected college fairs with admissions counselors, as well as other special events in the Triangle area (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill). On-campus recruitment opportunities include participating in Visitation Days, speaking on student panels, and communicating with accepted students via phone, e-mail, mail and Facebook. Members will also have the opportunity to return to their former high schools and speak with interested students about their college experience.

Apply for a position within the Meredith Hues Organization

For additional information, please contact the Hues Advisers: Alexia Shank at abshank@meredith.edu or (919)760-8107, or Brittany McCray at bsmccray@meredith.edu or (919)760-8110. 

Meredith International Association

The Meredith International Association (MIA) shares knowledge and understanding of the different cultures in the Meredith community. MIA promotes interest in other cultures through interaction with other students, faculty, administration, and community groups. For more information contact mia@meredith.edu.

Spectrum

Spectrum is the gay/lesbian/bisexual/straight/transgender alliance on campus providing support for all members of the campus community who have concerns regarding issue of sexual orientation. Members include people who identify themselves as being gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender, people with family or friends who are GLBT, and others who are interested and supportive.




Contact Information
Tomecca Sloane
Assistant Dean of Students
2nd Floor, Park Center
(919) 760-8631
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