Exercise and Sports Science major Lauren Grodi, ’20, used her strengths at Meredith as volleyball team captain, student researcher, and intern. Next she’ll apply them while earning her doctorate in physical therapy at East Carolina University.
Exercise and sports science major Essence Thomas, '20, plans to become a physical therapist with the armed services after she graduates.
After Brittany Preston, ’19, graduated from Meredith she headed to Liberty University to earn a Master of Science in exercise science and wellness with a concentration in fitness and performance.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Sarah Arbes, ’19, returned to Meredith to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in health and physical education.
As an exercise and sports science major, Charley Cox, ’19, knew when she arrived at Meredith College that she wanted to pursue an education career and help build healthier lives within her community.
Cheyanne Moxley, ’19, transferred to Meredith, where the individual attention and support from her faculty helped her land a job right after graduation as an exercise physiologist
As a two-sport student-athlete, exercise and sports science major Kirstie King, ’19, has learned the importance of a healthy balance on and off the competition fields.
By studying abroad in London, landing a summer internship in Texas, and serving with multiple on-campus organizations, Cooper Rodriguez, ’18, found her place at Meredith College.
An active member of the Meredith College campus, Macy Brinson, ’19, has learned to work through challenges and make the most of every opportunity.
Demonica Stanley, ’19, learned at a young age the importance of chasing your dreams and how not to let setbacks keep you from accomplishing them.