You will make many important investments in your life – but few will be as significant as your college education. Because a strong education prepares you for a more satisfying and successful life after college.
You already know this investment is important – that’s why you’re looking at Meredith. And we know that the cost of college is a key consideration for you and your family – that’s why we offer numerous financial assistance options, from merit and need-based scholarships to grants and loans.
Our record speaks for itself: Over the past five years, 92.2% of graduates are employed or pursuing graduate study within a few short months of graduation. That's just one reason we're nationally ranked as a top-tier liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report.
In accordance with guidance from the CDC, the White House, and the Governor's Office, and until further notice, the Office of Financial Assistance is working remotely. We are not online 24/7, generally our hours are between 8am and 5pm. We are transitioning our main means of communication to be email or virtual meetings via zoom set up by email. There may be some delay of response due to this change in communications. Please know that we are still working hard on your Financial Aid and will respond as quickly as possible. Thank you. Have a great day and stay safe.
scholarships and grants are funded by Meredith College
of first-year students receive scholarships or financial assistance
is coordinated in financial assistance annually
Meredith is among the top 250 private colleges that award the most scholarship funding according to Peterson’s Financial Aid Data
Meredith is committed to providing a strong college education at a reasonable cost – our combined tuition, room, and board is below the national average for private four-year schools. And we offer a range of financial assistance options to help make your education affordable.