The campus chaplain offers the following resources to Meredith students, faculty, and staff of all religious backgrounds:
- One-on-one student support for personal or spiritual issues
- Community engagement opportunities including Mentoring Angels and Sisters United
- Interfaith programming
- Educational and hands-on opportunities to address a variety of social issues
- Daisy Trade (campus food pantry) and the Student Emergency Fund
VOLUNTEER IN NAIROBI, KENYA 2024!
Rev. Stacy Pardue
Sisters United is a student group that supports girls and women locally and abroad. They have sponsored girls in Kenya and Ghana for educational opportunities, worked extensively in anti-human trafficking, supported after school programs in Raleigh, organized programs for Afghan refugees, created a pen pal program with schoolgirls in Honduras, hosted Meredith’s annual Sexual Assault Awareness Week, and supports the Office of the Chaplain’s mentor program called Mentoring Angels.
Efforts to connect students, staff, and faculty in need of food and other basic needs resources are expanding on campus after the opening of the new Martin Market. New kiosks containing food and books have also been added on campus.