Meredith Hall

Meredith Hall

Meredith Hall is a part of the District of Tradition Neighborhood

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Welcome to Meredith Hall! Originally named ‘X Hall” due to its shape, Meredith was renamed after Virginia Claypool Meredith, who earned the title of “Queen of American Agriculture” for her staunch support and vigilant advocacy of farmers and farm life. Today, Meredith Hall is home to approximately 620 women who go on to achieve great feats at Purdue. Seeking to ‘M-Power’ other Meredith residents, the women of Meredith go on to obtain competitive jobs and win awards during their time at Purdue.

The RX Club

RX Club is the hall club and form of student government for residents of Meredith Hall. All Meredith residents are automatically members of RX Club, but residents can become more involved by running for an executive board position or applying to be a floor senator. RX Club provides an opportunity for residents to develop leadership skills and coordinate large-scale event planning. Some examples of programming and leadership opportunities provided by RX Club include the biweekly arts and crafts programming, the Meredith/Tarkington Hall dance held at Purdue Memorial Union and participation in the Jay Severson Student Leadership Retreat.

Take a moment and look at what Meredith Hall has to offer. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions – we are here to help you be the best student that you can be!