When Brittany Preston, ’19, graduates in May, she will be headed for a future that was discovered by combining her passions and being in an environment that encouraged her.
Arriving at Meredith College with a passion for health, wellness, and human performance, Sarah Arbes, ’19, knew she wanted to pursue a career in that field.
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.
When Cheyanne Moxley, ’19, transferred to Meredith College she found success in the small classroom environment. She also enjoys the support and encouragement the Meredith community provides.
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.
Hannah Gerding, ’17, knew when she arrived at Meredith College that she wanted to be a physical therapist.
As a student-athlete and member of the National Guard, Alyssa Codispoti plans to be an officer in the military.