Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
Honors scholar Elena Blackwelder, ’23, worked with her advisor to develop a unique major to fully explore her interests. Find out how she designed her own contract major and why she values a personalized approach to education.
Business administration major and honors student Tasia Bromell, ’21, studied abroad and held leadership roles both on campus and during her HR internship. She continued her education at Meredith as an accelerated MBA student.
Internships, leadership opportunities, and the Meredith Autism Program have prepared Laura Jenkins,’20, to take on an occupational therapy program after graduation.
Presidential Scholar Carol Jablonski, ’20 took advantage of opportunities early on at Meredith, allowing her to land a job at MetLife Global Technology months before graduation.
Madison Gladwell, ’20, embodies what it means to be a student-athlete. A double major in psychology and political science with a concentration in pre-law, she plans to attend law school after graduation.
Mimi Mays, ՚20, has enjoyed a variety of experiences, including studying abroad and participating in Moot Court, which will help prepare her to attend law school.
At Meredith, Jennifer Garcia, ’19, has worked toward her longtime aspiration to become an attorney, and each of her experiences has built toward this goal.
Artist. Scholar. Athlete. These are some of the many titles that Meredith Wyatt, ’19, has accumulated while at Meredith College.
As an Honors Scholar and a student-athlete, Emily Skoglund, ’20, has made an impact on and off the volleyball court.
When Megan Munson, ’18, arrived at Meredith College, she had her mind set on being a teacher, getting involved in student government, and making an impact on campus.