Your gifts matter. Gifts for scholarships, facilities, faculty and staff development, and more help ensure Meredith students, faculty, and staff have the resources they need to continue going strong. Gifts ensure students have the opportunity to learn and grow at one of the top-tier liberal arts colleges in the country. Your gifts make a difference every day in the life of Meredith College.
The Anne Carroll Mustian Ezzelle Art Student Enrichment Fund was established last year by her husband Brian Ezzelle. Anne Carroll Ezzelle, ‘90, was an art major at Meredith and taught elementary art for 29 years in Chesterfield County, Va. During that time she fostered her students’ creativity and encouraged them to reach their goals. In spring 2021, Brian created a $50,000 endowment in memory of Anne Carroll, who passed away last year, to provide enhanced learning opportunities for art students with financial needs.
Jim Marchman’s love for his wife, Marshall Moore Marchman, ’66, is evident in love letters written during their courtship in the 1960s. He compiled the letters and gave a copy to Meredith College after Marshall passed away in 2018 so that their scholarship recipients not only got to know who Marshall was but also to share the history of the College with current students. The letters talk about day-to-day things, document the Marchmans’ love story, and share happenings at Meredith College during that time.
Tour Meredith’s Future Academic Facility
Take a tour of the new academic facility that will be constructed near the Weatherspoon Gymnasium and Lowery Fitness Center providing new, cutting-edge instructional space for Meredith’s growing communication and exercise and sports science programs.