At Meredith, our dynamic General Education program gives every student a firm foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, world citizenship, and academic research.
Current students can find more information about general education at MyMeredith.
Study the past, present, and future within the context of the arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, mathematics, and health/physical learning.
Understand significant domestic and global topics, engage in focused learning outside the classroom, and immerse yourself in area cultural events.
Practice critical thinking, ethical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and information literacy.
Develop your writing, speaking, and foreign language skills. Learn to articulate your thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively.
Transferring to Meredith College was the best decision for Laura Anne Hatcher, '17, who built self-confidence and strength during her time at Meredith.
Emily Kelleher found support in developing her long-term plan through the general education program and StrongPoints.
Core Connections has proven results. According to a recent survey, when compared with other college students nationally, more Meredith seniors said their college experience strengthened their ability to:
Understand People of Other Backgrounds
Write and Speak Clearly and Effectively
Be Informed and Active Citizens
Solve Complex, Real-World Problems
Work Effectively with Others