Below are images from last weekend's commencement events! We hope that you will enjoy them! Also below is the greeting from Elizabeth Dove, president of the Meredith College Alumnae Association from last weekend's commencement ceremony. "I am honored to stand before you today as the President of the Meredith College Alumnae Association.... Continue Reading →
Are you a Meredith College Alumna from the Class of 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, or 2012? Do you love Meredith College? Do you want to be more involved with your beloved alma mater? If so, please consider applying for a position on the Meredith College Young Alumnae Board! Currently, we have one open slot... Continue Reading →
Members of the Class of 2012 celebrate their graduation by posing for a picture on the second story of Johnson Hall.
Yesterday I was flying home from a recruitment trip in Nashville, TN. On my plane ride back to Greensboro, I sat beside a lady who I had noticed earlier that morning in the airport. She was so classy, stylish and looked exactly like Jackie O. It was not two seconds into our conversation that I... Continue Reading →
Regular Reunion Weekend registration ends on May 4th. In order to save on your total registration cost, please register by this date. Any registrations received after May 4th will be charged the late registration fee of $55. Online and phone-in registrations will close on Tuesday May 15th. Anyone who needs to register after May 15th... Continue Reading →
Meredith students preparing to make the daisy chain for their big sis class at Class Day. On Class Day... the little sisters spend the morning constructing two 75–100 foot daisy chains to be used for the afternoon's Class Day exercises in the amphitheater. The white-clad sophomores hold two daisy chains and sing as their sister... Continue Reading →
Hello fellow Meredith Alumnae! My name is Jessica Canter and I am a winter ’09 Meredith Graduate. I received my Bachelor of Social Work degree with a concentration in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Meredith College which prepared me for where I am right now….about to receive my Master of Social Work degree with a... Continue Reading →