The Randolph Plan sets your course from your first day of classes to graduation. You will receive personalized academic counseling that delivers an outstanding liberal arts education and enables you to graduate in four years. You can add internships, summer research, and study abroad into your college experience as well. The Randolph Plan ensures that you derive full value from your college investment.
Randolph's students come from 36 states and 20 countries. The student body is comprised of 13% international students and 21% domestic students of color.
A full 93% of our faculty members hold the highest possible degree in their fields. Randolph offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum in small classes taught by engaged, caring professors, never a graduate student.
Randolph ranks higher than the national average for "student-faculty interaction" according to the National Survey of Student Engagement and has been designated by Newsweek magazine as having the "most accessible" professors in the country. Randolph consistently ranks among the top liberal arts colleges.
Welcome to Randolph College
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Be part of an inspiring learning community nestled within a beautiful and historic 100-acre campus. Majestic, classically-designed brick buildings, sweeping lawns, a Greek amphitheater, and breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains are just a few of the surprises you'll find.
We emphasize independent research and keep our class sizes small. You get personal attention--and internships--that strengthen your resume for your career. You're even eligible for the RISE grant, which provides up to $2,000 for your own research, in your junior and senior year.
Randolph competes in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, one of of the most competitive NCAA Division III conferences in the nation. The WildCats are perennial contenders for the conference title and earn bids to the NCAA tournament. Whether you want to compete or just cheer on the Black and Yellow, 'Cat Nation is the place to be.
The arts are the heart of Randolph College. Dance, studio art, theater, music, and creative writing enable you to explore your artistic potential. Bring your talent and add to our rich artistic heritage.
Randolph's roster of alumni innovators in medicine and the sciences is long and impressive. The National Science Foundation recently recognized the College's excellent track record by awarding a grant for scholarships. There's no better place to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Randolph is a place where we work hard and play hard. Students attend from nearly every region in the U.S. and 28 foreign nations. There are opportunities to lead, participate, and support the community. Small campus, big experience!
The new Student Center boasts a Nichols Theatre, Alice's E-cade, a two-level fitness center, dance studio, and the Skellar--a great place to eat! WildCat Stadium is where 'Cat Nation gathers to watch Randolph's soccer, lacrosse, and track and field teams take on opponents from the competitive Old Dominion Athletic Conference. The newly-renovated Library is a great venue for study and research, and you cannot beat the excellent food (and freshly-baked cookies) in Cheatham Dining Hall.
Randolph's faculty members are ranked 13th in the nation by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. They are experts and researchers in their areas of expertise, but they are teachers first. You will enjoy their accessibility and their willingness to help you learn.