We talk a lot about advanced technology, academic support and student research. This is what we mean.
The mission of the Office of Academic Advising is to provide support and assistance to Meredith students in reaching their full academic potential through quality academic advising, study skills information, and proactive programs and interventions with academically at-risk students. The Office also serves as a resource for the training, development, and support of faculty in their advising relationships with Meredith students.
For more information visit the Academic Advising website
Our comprehensive research center. Holdings include more than 180,000 titles, more than 2,500 serial subscriptions and online access to more than 100 licensed databases. Technical services include online research tools, a computer lab, video viewing stations and a projection room. The Wainwright Music Building holds a collection of thousands of music recordings and scores. Students have borrowing privileges at other Cooperating Raleigh Colleges.
For more information visit the Library website
A free academic support service, staffed by trained student tutors who give personal assistance to their peers in study skills and in subjects across the curriculum.
For more information visit the Learning Center website
The Meredith College Technology Initiative (MTI) was created to enhance student opportunities in all academic disciplines. Part of each student's tuition is used to support all aspects of the MIT. The MTI attributes to the academic experience by providing students with the latest workplace computing software, administrative software such as Blackboard and Webadvisor, wireless access throughout the campus, a print management system dedicated to student printing, and a laptop program for full time students. The MTI also makes possible a network of computer labs to support all students and departments with both standard and specialized software.
Meredith College students of exceptional academic achievement and ambition may be candidates for a national scholarship or fellowship. Because of the highly competitive and involved appplication process, it is desireable to identify potential candidates several semesters prior to graduation. Interested students, or faculty with student nominations, should seek more information from the Meredith College faculty representative for a particular scholarship.
National Scholarships listing and contact information.
The purpose of the Registrar's Office is to ensure the integrity of academic records at Meredith in service to students, faculty and staff. To model and practice an office where record keeping is viewed as a means of caring for others and assisting them with their personal, academic and vocational goals insofar as these reflect the stated mission of the College.
For more information visit the Registrars website