As a member of the North Carolina Business Hall of Fame and a highly successful businessman, Charlie Shelton knows a strong investment when he sees one.
Leslie Hayes, ’80, learned the importance of alumnae support while she was still at Meredith.
When Mary Estes Speight, ’53, opened a gift from her children on Christmas morning last year, she had no idea of its significance – to her personally, and to Meredith students for years to come.
The Meredith Legacy Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate superior academic achievement, intellectual promise, and leadership ability – qualities that are markedly apparent in Legacy Scholar Amy Hruby, ’13.
Awarded for the first time in 2007, the Meredith Legacy Scholarship – the College’s first and only full, four-year merit scholarship – continues to attract strong, bright women to Meredith.
Women’s colleges produce leaders. That’s why so many graduates of women’s colleges are the ones to break barriers. And Meredith is no exception to that rule.