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Randolph College releases new viewbook and pocket guide

Randolph College has launched new admissions materials designed to give high school students an inside look at life at the College.

“Your Official Guide to Randolph College,” a 164-page viewbook, and the smaller, 32-page version, “Your Pocket Guide to Randolph College,” each explain the academic atmosphere, social life, and the outcomes of the Randolph experience. Using a fresh, bold design of the College’s “Be An Original” brand, the books show how a liberal arts education with a focus on co-curricular learning experiences, such as internships and service, prepares Randolph students to reach their potential.

2014 admissions viewbook product photoThe new admissions materials also provide a visual reading experience that appeals to modern readers, including high school students who are preparing to decide which college they should attend.

The value of the new publications goes beyond striking design and compelling data, said Mike Quinn, the College’s vice president for Enrollment Management. “The new viewbook and pocket guide reflect Randolph’s personality in a fun, interesting way,” he said. “High school students who read these books will get a glimpse of our community and all that Randolph offers. This will motivate them to make an in-person visit, which is the best way to experience what life is like at Randolph.”

Admissions counselors are now out on the road visiting high schools and college fairs with copies of the pocket guide to give away. The full viewbook will be sent to prospective students who request more information from the College. It is also available online here.

The books were written and designed by the Office of College Relations. They were printed by Lithographics in Nashville, Tennessee.

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