Meredith Manor is EXPENSIVE for what it offers you as a graduate trying to find a job in the real world - Tuition and Fees
A state college that offers an equine studies or equine science major (there are plenty of these, especially out west) will give you a lot more for the same cost - or even less.
Meredith manor does not have the best reputation in the horse world. There are better schools for less money.
I don't know what your finances look like, but if you are planning on taking out any type of student loans to cover the cost of your education - you need to make sure the education is going to be able to pay for the loans when you graduate.
I second the advice everyone else has given you about going to school where you can combine your equine degree with another, non-equine degree or minor. (1) This will help you find a job if you can't find one in the horse business (2) Most horse businesses are not looking to hire someone who ONLY knows horses. In order to succeed, you also need to understand the business and economic side of things, as well as understand how to promote the facility and yourself. Great customer service and people skills are a MUST - you have no idea how many people have great horse sense, no people skills, and a lack of people skills will make your horse business fail.
If you have cash to spare and just want to go to MM, it won't hurt you - but if you are genuinely looking into being employable at the end of your program, you'll need a functional degree from a school that teaches more than just how to ride and how to instruct.