After overcoming multiple hospitalizations and surgeries that led to her becoming homebound for three years prior to college, Hannah Naylor, ’19, was determined to not let these hardships affect her academic success.
Through her time at Meredith College, Jada Labriado, ’19, has grown in her confidence and independence, planning to use her double major in biology and communication to pursue a career in dentistry.
With drive and persistence Andressia Ramirez, ’19, has used her time at Meredith College to build experiences that will lead to her dream career as an immigration lawyer.
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.
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.
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.
With the support of her faculty, Cailyn Clymore, '18, took full advantage of the Meredith experience through internships, campus involvement, but most importantly, by turning her passions into a career path.
As a communication major with aspirations of being a sports broadcaster, Julia Allsbrook, ’18, challenged herself in the classroom and on the softball diamond.
Sierra Smith, ʼ18, is has developed a career plan that will allow her to use both of her majors: dance and communication.
Hannah Gerding, ’17, knew when she arrived at Meredith College that she wanted to be a physical therapist.