Meredith provides an exceptionally strong and personal academic experience. Our students benefit from a powerful combination of a challenging academic curriculum, individualized faculty and staff mentoring, and opportunities for students to practice and deepen what they’re learning through their involvement in undergraduate research, study abroad, internships, student organizations, athletics, and community-based learning.
The results of this experience speak for themselves: 98% of our alumnae would recommend Meredith to others and 97% of recent alumnae say they were professionally well prepared as a result of their Meredith experience.
Your support will allow us to make our educational offerings even stronger. We’ll continue to instill flexible skills and ways of learning that empower our students to succeed. We’ll also add programs that prepare students for new professions – even in fields that are yet to emerge.
Educational Excellence Priorities
Prepare students for 21st century professions and instill flexible skills by refining existing and adding new curricular and experiential programs. Programs recently added include a new minor in data science in the mathematics and computer science department., a new creative writing minor coordinated by the English department, an option to earn a certificate in health informatics as part of Meredith’s MBA, an undergraduate major in public health, and a post-baccalaureate certificate in pre-health.
Fully implement StrongPoints, the personal advising and coaching model found only at Meredith. Students identify their strengths and then explore how those strengths can be used in developing their academic goals, experiential activities, financial planning, and career choice.
Student Learning Center
Renovate a facility that’s key to student success, and provides a space for upper-level students to help their peers succeed academically.
Check out this video snapshot of summer undergraduate research at Meredith College.
Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement