Pat Nathan, founder of Dress for Success Triangle N.C. and retired Dell Corporation executive, will deliver the commencement address for Meredith College’s 2020 commencement. Commencement exercises for the Class of 2020 will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2020, at 8 p.m. at Reynolds Coliseum.
The fifth annual Make It Count for Meredith Giving Day will be held on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. This 24-hour giving challenge aims to raise $500,000 and The Meredith Fund is asking donors to recognize a strong woman in their life and honor her with a gift. This year, The Meredith Fund’s goal is to reach 500 women honored. This could be your opportunity to honor your current Meredith student or do you have a Meredith alumna in your family?
Please see important upcoming events regarding student accounts. Student account information is available online through Student Self Service.
Meredith’s Office of Residence Life shares housing sign up information that parents and students need to know to prepare for the 2020-21 academic year, as well as the end of the current Spring 2020 semester.
How is Meredith preparing students for a new world of work? January and February are heavy campus recruiting periods for employers on campus, and the Office of Career Planning is excited to offer students a variety of high-impact opportunities to connect with professionals, develop critical skills, and explore ways to gain real-world experience.
On Meredith College’s campus, Donna Battle serves a fundamental role for students, faculty, and the entire Meredith community as chaplain. As Meredith’s chaplain, Battle provides the campus with pastoral care, spiritual direction, and connects others to holistic resources within the community.
The time is getting near for the Class of 2022 to purchase their Meredith class rings! Jostens will be on campus on April 21, 22, and 23 taking orders.
Meredith Mentors is an online platform that connects current students, alumnae/alumni, faculty, and staff, enabling them to support each other professionally and personally. Get to know Meredith Mentors participant Kate Breen, ’01, as an example of the kinds of connections your student could make using this platform.
There are many special traditions for students to engage in throughout the spring semester. Check in with your Meredith student for details about events open to parents and families.
Learn about special menus and events planned this semester in Belk Dining Hall
Meredith En Español is one of Meredith’s many ways to help high school students and their families with their college research. Meredith En Español was developed for native Spanish-speaking prospective students with the intention to facilitate the sharing of important Meredith College information and resources with their parents.
Meredith College offers a variety of summer programs for children of all ages and interests. With expert instructors, engaging activities, and programs ranging from music and writing to STEM and sports, Meredith’s summer camps have something for everyone.