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At Randolph we honor exceptional students with a variety of scholarships. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement, leadership experience, and community involvement, scholarships can help pay for your journey at Randolph. Transfer students are also eligible for merit scholarships.

Randolph Scholarships

Randolph College merit scholarships are awarded based on a variety of factors, including grade point average, standardized test scores, leadership experience, and community involvement. For incoming Fall 2018 students,  competitive scholarship opportunities will be available. Click here for more information about scholarship competition opportunities.

Some of our scholarships have been provided by the alumnae and alumni of the College and their families. Other scholarships have been funded by various foundations and organizations. We recognize and reward ongoing academic excellence; if you maintain satisfactory progress toward your Randolph College degree, your awards will be renewed for your second, third, and fourth year.

Scholarships from Outside Sources

Tips for Outside Scholarships: 

~Search for a Variety of Scholarships: Start local, then expand your search. The Student Financial Services Office recommends exploring multiple sources for scholarships, including churches and community organizations, Masonic Lodges, Elks and Moose Lodges, American Legion and VFW posts, local businesses and trade unions, your high school, as well as parents’ employers who may offer scholarships to dependents of their employees.

~Don’t Be Discouraged: Always read the requirements for the scholarship and don’t be discouraged by the name of a scholarship. You may not meet all of the requirements for a particular scholarship, but if you are the only person who applies, you could be the recipient.

~Avoid Scholarship Scams: You should never have to pay or purchase a product in order to apply for or receive a scholarship. Click here for more information on avoiding scholarship scams.

Randolph College students have proven amazingly resourceful in securing outside scholarships, which help finance their education. Current students are recipients of scholarships from such organizations as the Tobacco Region Scholarship Program, the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, the Horatio Alger Scholarship Program, and the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria. Remember: there are numerous scholarship programs available, but students must take responsibility to search for outside scholarships. A small investment of your time can potentially produce financial rewards.

Scholarship Search Engines (multiple scholarship opportunities):


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