My Meredith (requires login)
- This is the portal for the campus Intranet. Expect to find non-public information (data, policies and forms, etc.) This is also the link to our learning management system, BrightSpace.
- Take a moment now to sign up for MC Alert
Office of Human Resources (requires login)
- Find information about college policies, including faculty and staff handbooks, find standard forms, newsletters, holiday information and much, much more. Click here for Title IX information.
Employee Handbook (requires login)
- This includes the faculty handbook, the primary policy manual for faculty governing many aspects of your employment at Meredith.
Faculty Role Model (see the Faculty Handbook, section 4.8)
The Meredith College Teaching Faculty Role Model is designed to identify the varied responsibilities of full-time faculty whose primary responsibility is teaching. While faculty may emphasize different aspects of their professional lives at different moments in their careers, a sustained commitment to teaching is at the heart of the College’s mission. Faculty are expected to demonstrate support for the goals, mission, and vision of the College through their primary responsibility of teaching. Additional responsibilities include advising/mentoring, service to the College, and professional activity. With the exception of teaching, the additional responsibilities should be prioritized each year by mutual agreement of the faculty member and the department head, and included in the faculty member’s Professional Development Plan (PDP). The responsibilities may temporarily shift by mutual agreement of the faculty member, department head, dean and/or Provost. This might occur if the faculty member is asked to take on significant responsibilities for the department or College, or if the faculty member takes advantage of notable professional opportunities during the year.
- In the case of any emergency on campus call the campus security (919)760-8888.
- Meredith has an emergency plan addressing weather problems, health emergencies, and security problems and more. See it here.
Faculty Development Opportunities
- College deans administer much of faculty travel and development funding. Talk with your dean about opportunities available to you.
- The Faculty Development and Instructional Technology Committee is a source of advice, programming, and college grants. Join a professional development collaborative (PDC). Watch for email announcements from this group.
- Faculty development co-chairs, Julie Schrock (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Cece Toole (email@example.com) are another great source of Information.
- See Faculty Development for more information. (requires login) or on college website