At Meredith, getting involved in life outside the classroom is just as important as studying hard. You’ll meet new people, learn new things, and expand your horizons. Participate in an international service project. Play an NCAA Division III sport. Volunteer in the community. Sing, dance, perform in a play, join a club, or immerse yourself in the College’s unique traditions. Big opportunities await. So jump in and grow even stronger.
Living on campus during your college years is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. By living in one of Meredith’s residence halls or on-campus apartments, you'll be more connected to campus life. You'll make friends that last throughout your college career and beyond. And you'll create memories that last a lifetime.
Commuter students make up a large and valuable part of the Meredith student body. Specialized programs, transportation assistance, and other resources such as the amenity-packed Cate Center keep our commuter students informed and connected to campus life.
At Meredith, there are a variety of clubs, activities, leadership programs, and service opportunities for you to explore. More than 100, in fact. Connect with others who share your interests. Join one of the oldest student government associations in the Southeast. Travel to another country to participate in a service project. The possibilities are endless.
Meredith is the first single-gender institution to earn the USA South Women’s President’s Cup. With eight NCAA Division III sports, from basketball to lacrosse, the Avenging Angels continue to go strong.
Meredith’s traditions are unique, meaningful, and lasting. Learn more about everything from Cornhuskin’ to Class Day.
Your time at Meredith will include many opportunities for personal growth. Let us support you along the way.
Raleigh is often cited as one of the best places to live and work in America. We’re proud to call it home.