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On February 27, Meredith College’s annual Make It Count for Meredith Giving Day brings the Meredith community together to show students we support their education. With your gift honor a strong woman or a group of strong women who have been important in your life and help the College raise $1.1 million in 24 hours.

With expert instructors, engaging activities, and programs ranging from music and digital storytelling to STEM and sports, Meredith’s summer camps have something for everyone.

When searching for a college that is the right fit, you should be sure the college you choose provides resources to help you succeed in your career and life after graduation. Read today’s blog to learn how Meredith will support you!

As a transfer student or Wings adult student, you are in a perfect position to build on the knowledge and experience you’ve gained and identify and develop the strengths to reach your goals. Read today’s blog to gain insight into how Meredith can help you get there.

This year, there have been several changes made to the FASFA form as part of the FAFSA Simplification Act. While the goal of the act is to simplify the FAFSA application process, we understand the changes can cause confusion and stress for students and their families. In today’s blog, we provide some tips to ensure Meredith receives your FAFSA.

If you’re a high schooler planning to attend college, you may be considering earning some college credits before graduating. After all, it’s a great way to save time and money. There are a few options to earn college credits during your high school career and you may be wondering what the difference is between them all. In this blog, we’ll review the difference between AP courses and dual enrollment to help you determine which is best for you.

The college search process can be stressful for high school seniors. As a parent, you want to ease their stress and anxiety. In this blog, we’ve gathered four tips for parents to best support their students. Read the post

As the day of your campus visit approaches, you may be wondering how to prepare. What can I expect? How long should I plan to be on campus? What questions should I ask? When is the best time to visit? Read today’s blog post for advice!