Randolph College empowers students and faculty to creatively combine learning in the classroom with experiential activities and opportunities beyond our campus. Through effective communication and collaboration, we help students make meaningful connections between their academic goals and lifelong pursuits.
It’s your life…but we can help you decide what to do with it. We offer the tools and assistance to help you create a plan for your future and achieve your goals. Visit the CDC in order to:
The SOLUTION to the age-old dilemma, “How can I get a job without experience and how can I get experience without a job?” Gain experience in the field or organization that interests you and confirm your career interests. An internship involves higher level responsibilities with more supervision and reflection on the experience.
Get a glimpse today of what your future may be tomorrow. The Ultimate Shadow Experience offers “Extreme Career Exploration” and gives you an insider’s view of a career. It is a formalized shadowing opportunity that allows for organizational tours, informational interviews, observation, and career mentoring.
We believe that acquiring an understanding of other cultures is an essential part of your education. To help you explore the world, Randolph College offers a wide variety of study abroad options. By learning and living abroad, you will broaden your perspective while gaining the cross-cultural skills needed to succeed in a global society.
Go behind the scenes while studying America’s diverse cultures. Learning in this program is more than sitting in a lecture hall; it is about firsthand experience. Through a combination of classroom lectures and discussions, guest speakers and road trips, you will examine the ways Americans see themselves, their values, their history, their contributions to the world, and their role in the world today. Students in the program come from all over the country and the world, and faculty come from a broad range of disciplines. One thing is for sure—there is no other program like the American Culture Program in America.
Randolph faculty members lead 2-week study seminars across a range of academic disciplines and in countries around the globe either during winter break, spring break, or the summer.
Imagine spending an entire summer focused on your favorite subject, working closely with a professor, gaining invaluable professional skills. You can do just that in Randolph’s intensive eight-week Summer Student/Faculty Research Program.