Bradley W. Bateman

Randolph bestows Vita Abundantior Award to Barbara Niedland McCarthy ’73

(From left) Lucy Williams Hooper '73, President Bradley W. Bateman, and Barbara Niedland McCarthy '73, recipient of the Vita Abundantior Award

Randolph recently presented the Vita Abundantior Award to Barbara Niedland McCarthy ’73, in appreciation for her devotion to not only her career and community, but also to the Richmond, Virginia Alumnae and Alumni Chapter, her College, and her classmates. Before presenting the award to McCarthy at the special ceremony in Richmond on October 25, Randolph... READ MORE >>

Randolph president discusses value of respect, community in Convocation remarks

President Bradley W. Bateman speaks at Convocation

President Bradley W. Bateman delivered a message about respect and community as key ingredients for an abundant life Wednesday as Randolph College officially marked the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year with Convocation. The ceremony began with the traditional procession of faculty and seniors from Main Hall into Smith Hall Theatre. Also following tradition, seniors... READ MORE >>

Photo gallery: Randolph welcomes the Class of 2022 to campus

Move-in volunteers and new students push luggage carts along the Red Brick Path

Randolph officially welcomed the Class of 2022 to campus on move-in day Wednesday, August 22.... READ MORE >>

Career ready: New partnership better connects current students with alumnae and alumni

Students and alumni show their school pride during the career immersion trip to Richmond, Va.

Jessica Burroughs ’18 spent much of her senior year networking with alumnae and alumni in the financial sector in Washington, D.C. And in the spring, she was one of a group of students who embarked on a career immersion trip to the Federal Reserve and Commonwealth Retirement Advisors in Richmond, Virginia, where the students shadowed... READ MORE >>

Randolph sends forth Class of 2018

Looking down into the Dell, towards the stage

Families, friends, faculty, and staff gathered on a hot Mother’s Day morning to celebrate Randolph College’s Class of 2018. The May 13 ceremony was held in The Dell at 10 a.m. MORE COVERAGE OF COMMENCEMENT 2018 About 160 graduates received their diplomas, including those enrolled in Randolph’s master’s degree program. Paula Wallace, associate dean of... READ MORE >>

Beloved associate dean of the College to speak at 2018 Commencement

Paula Wallace (Center) during the Convocation ceremony in 2016

Randolph College has announced that Associate Dean of the College Paula Wallace will serve as the 2018 Commencement speaker. The ceremony will honor about 160 graduates and will take place in the Dell on Sunday, May 13, at 10 a.m. FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COMMENCEMENT 2018 HERE Beloved by generations of students and graduates, Wallace... READ MORE >>

Beloved associate dean of the College to speak at 2018 Commencement

Paula Wallace (Center) during the Convocation ceremony in 2016

Randolph College has announced that Associate Dean of the College Paula Wallace will serve as the 2018 Commencement speaker. The ceremony will honor about 160 graduates and will take place in the Dell on Sunday, May 13, at 10 a.m. FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COMMENCEMENT 2018 HERE Beloved by generations of students and graduates, Wallace... READ MORE >>

Randolph pledges support for statewide carbon reduction plan

Randolph College Banner

Randolph officially pledged its support this week for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) recently proposed regulation to reduce carbon emissions from the electricity sector. On April 9, Randolph President Bradley W. Bateman, along with the presidents of Washington & Lee University, Lynchburg College, Eastern Mennonite University, Hollins University, and Emory & Henry College,... READ MORE >>

Positioning Randolph for the Future: A College Update by President Bradley W. Bateman

Main Hall at Randolph College

In the decade since the global financial crisis of 2008, liberal arts colleges have encountered increasing challenges. While all colleges and universities have had to deal with a significant drop in the number of high school graduates, liberal arts colleges have also confronted a serious challenge to the validity of their traditional mission, as well... READ MORE >>

Randolph marks 127th anniversary with Founders’ Day celebration

Sophomores carry the banner and lead the procession to the Sundial

Randolph students, faculty, and staff gathered next to the front steps of Moore Hall Wednesday afternoon for the annual Founders’ Day celebration. The brief ceremony included speeches by President Bradley W. Bateman, Student Government President Tetiana Poliakova ’18, and Class President Aubrey Fane ’18, as well as musical performances by the campus a capella groups... READ MORE >>