Meredith College welcomed students back for the first day of class of the spring 2024 semester on January 11. As the new semester begins, we wanted to share some campus resources that may be helpful for your student.
All Counseling Center services are free and are confidential. The Counseling Center offers individual, short term counseling; crisis services; outreach and training; psychological consultation, resources, and referral; and disability services. They also have drop-in problem-solving hours Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 a.m. and drop-in crisis hours Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. Freshmen can also contact their success coach.
To schedule an appointment with the Counseling Center or learn about other resources visit meredith.edu/counseling-center/counseling-appointments.
If your student lives on campus, there are several ways in which residents can share their feedback, concerns, requests, or needs regarding residence hall or apartment issues. Additional information is available to students on the residence life section of MyMeredith.
Resident Life Experiences
If students are in immediate need of assistance during business hours, they may contact the Residence Life office at email@example.com. After hours, residents can contact campus security and the critical response team if they are in immediate need of assistance. The on-call team member can be contacted by calling (919) 612-6350 in case of an emergency.
Maintenance Repairs (i.e. repairs that are non-emergencies)
For repairs that are not impacting immediate safety, resident students can submit work orders through the facilities website. If they have not received a follow-up from facilities staff during the stated time frame, please have the student contact firstname.lastname@example.org for next steps.
Non-repair Maintenance Requests (i.e. issues regarding the cleanliness of communal spaces, pests, temperature controls, etc.)
A resident student who has a non-repair maintenance request should submit a work order and the request will be routed to the correct team for addressing it. If a request has not been addressed in a reasonable timeframe, please have your student contact the director of facilities or email@example.com.
Other Resources for Parents and Families
The Parents and Families website is always available for you to find information to help your student. Please use this resource to find information such as the academic calendar, tuition payment deadlines, campus store hours, registration deadlines from the registrar, career planning information, and more.