Chartered in 1891, MEREDITH COLLEGE opened with just over 200 women. Today, the student body has grown to nearly 2,000 and includes men at the graduate level. Meredith challenges students to explore their interests, expand their skills, and build on their strengths. Graduates go on to use their intellect and abilities to make a positive impact on the world. At 125 years and counting, Meredith College is still going strong
Meredith College, grounded in the liberal arts and committed to professional preparation, educates and inspires students to live with integrity and provide leadership for the needs, opportunities and challenges of society.
History: Chartered in 1891
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Academic Programs: Over 80 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations; 16 Coeducational graduate and certificate programs
Average Class Size: 17
Student/Factulty Ratio: 12:1
Faculty: 130 full-time teaching faculty members; 89% of full-time professors have earned doctoral or other terminal degrees
Enrollment: Total 1,949; Students come from 33 states and 39 countries
Campus Life: Over 100 student organization, 8 Division III athletic teams, 32% of students participate in undergraduate research
Outcomes: Over the past three years, 95% of graduates are employed or pursuing graduate study within a few short months of graduation
International StudentsCLICK HEREfor a Profile Sheet and List of Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
CLICK HEREto visit Meredith College's Website for International Students
Exchange Programs Universidad Mayor de San Simon, Cochabamba, Bolivia Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, Dalian, China Universite Catholique de l'Quest, Angers, France Centro de Estudios Hispanicos Antonio de Nebrija - Universitas Nebrissensis, Madrid, Spain
This past summer, we offered a 3 week program to Austria. The group spent their time between the cities of Salzburg, Graz, and Vienna.
This is the 2nd year we have offered a 3 week field biology program in Costa Rica. Students participated in service-learning activities with local children.
Four students on the six-week program to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Students have the opportunity to take classes at the university in Santiago and live with a host family.
Part of our group who traveled on our five week United Kingdom program. The group stays in London for four weeks before taking a week to travel to the north of England and up to Scotland.