The daughter of missionaries, Keliy Grobbelaar, ’20, has experienced a lot. Living all over the world helped her develop a great sense of cultural inclusivity and a passion for people from all backgrounds.
After transferring to Meredith, Rachael Hopkins, ’19, found her place right away and quickly became active in a variety of activities and organizations – and then helped other students make a successful transition to Meredith.
As a transfer student Leslie Arreaza, ’19, struggled to find her place at Meredith, but it was through her passion for helping immigrants and refugees that she found her voice and her place at Meredith.
Jennifer Orellana, ’19, has always enjoyed working with children, which sparked her interest in becoming a teacher. That was partially why she came to Meredith. But she discovered a new passion.
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 first-generation college student, psychology major Donna Bahena, ’18, has learned to appreciate her background and use her experiences as a stepping stone for success.
After moving to Wilmington, spending three years at a community college, and testing many different avenues, Abbey Fogt, ’18, realized she was pursuing the wrong career path.
Marissa Hurtado, ’17, found a way to merge two passions: learning French and exploring her interests in the fashion industry.
Transferring to Meredith College was the best decision for Laura Anne Hatcher, '17, who built self-confidence and strength during her time at Meredith.
Meredith White, '15, credits her experience at Meredith for her current success as a Duke University ABSN student.