Oglethorpe students have Merit!
Sharing your achievements
Oglethorpe University uses Merit to celebrate student accomplishments—like dean’s list, academic awards, study abroad, internships and more. Student achievements appear on their individual verified online profile, a personalized Merit page.
Students’ achievements are emailed directly to them and may also be shared with a network of stakeholders who are interested in each student’s success: high school principals and guidance counselors, hometown media outlets, elected state legislators, and parents. Students have the option to share their good news via their via social networks.
Check out Oglethorpe University’s Merit page and see what others are doing on campus!
You can, however, enhance and add to your Merit page if you wish. Merit allows students to customize their Merit page URL, add a profile photo, bio, and other activities and work experience. You can even include photos and videos to further demonstrate your involvement in these activities.
Plus, when you connect your Merit page to your social networks like Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn, your Merit page is easy to share with the people who are invested in your outcomes and your success: family and friends; employers; former teachers, coaches and schools; volunteer organizations and programs, and more. Your Merit page is a way for important people to discover you based on the “good stuff”: a powerful, positive online identity that’s made up of your accomplishments and achievements.
Founded in 1835, Oglethorpe University is Atlanta’s only co-educational small private college, home to 1250 eclectic and engaged students representing 33 states and 38 countries. Renowned for its groundbreaking Core program, Oglethorpe connects theory and practice through the A_LAB (Atlanta Laboratory for Learning), which serves as an incubator for students’ real-world learning through study abroad, internships, civic engagement, and undergraduate research.