The Randolph Plan is a way of looking at the undergraduate degree program, or a methodology for the journey from Orientation to Commencement. It is a process for addressing short- and long-range personal, educational, and professional goals.
It is our goal to provide students with the resources and guidance that will enable them to chart a degree program that is coherent, strategic, and uniquely tailored. Students work with a faculty advisor and staff members in career development and in student affairs to create their own versions of The Randolph Plan, mapping out their plans, using interests, values, and goals as the basis for decisions about the curricular and co-curricular programs at the College-the major, minor, course electives, internships, vacation jobs, volunteer work, leadership commitments and extra-curricular activities.
The overview of The Randolph Plan that follows describes the goals and events of the undergraduate academic experience at the College and shows the parallel processes taking place from the perspectives of staff involved in career development and in the co-curricular life of students at the College.