Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
When interior design major Helina Biru, ’18, arrived on the Meredith College campus in 2014 from Ethiopia, she couldn’t anticipate just how much she would achieve in four years.
At Meredith, psychology and communication major Rachael Nicholos, ’18, learned that she is passionate about helping other people, learning new things, finding the silver lining, and understanding human behavior.
When Jennifer Lynn Campbell, ’18, applied to Meredith as a Wings student, she knew that she wanted to promote social movement and change. She has always had a passion for social justice and wanted to better understand why some people thrive and others struggle.
As a music major at Meredith College, Caroline Carter has strengthened her focus as an artist thanks to mentoring by music faculty, and the experience she has gained through music performance, study abroad in Italy, and internships.
Caitlyn Grimes, ’18, has taken advantage of all that Meredith College has to offer, including studying abroad three times, and landing internships that have grown her passion for advocacy work.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in social work, Elizabeth Leon Evans, ’18, plans to work for an organization that advocates, educates, and fights for social justice.
At Meredith College, Kelsie Taylor, ‘18, developed her strengths as a communicator and a leader, gaining skills in the classroom and through service to her class.
Meredith Legacy Scholar Sierra Moorefield, ’18, brought a passion for learning to every opportunity that came her way in the classroom and the research lab while earning a double major in biology and chemistry.