leadership

Randolph ranks third in the nation for “Best Colleges for Clubs and Activities”

Students work in the Organic Garden.

Randolph College has been ranked third in the nation for student activities by the 2015 Cappies, an awards ranking produced by Cappex, a website that specializes in helping students choose a college. Randolph ranked behind Alma College and Vassar in the top 25  ranking for “Best Colleges for Clubs and Activities.” The ranking is based on more... READ MORE >>

Students volunteer at organic farm on alternative fall break

Photo of students volunteering

For several Randolph students, fall break meant rising early in the morning to harvest potatoes, pull weeds, and plant seeds.... READ MORE >>

Amanda Denny honored for making an impact on the community

Photo of Amanda Denny

DePaul Community Resources honored Amanda Denny, Randolph College’s director of leadership and engagement, with the Human Relations award at its Women of Achievement ceremony.... READ MORE >>

New fall break service trip available to students

Students at Randolph College can take advantage of a new kind of fall break experience beginning this weekend. The College is creating a new option for alternative fall and spring break trips, during which students will develop their leadership skills through service activities. This weekend, a group of students will travel to Camp Friendship, in... READ MORE >>

Bradley W. Bateman named Randolph’s 10th president

Dr. Bradley W. Bateman

Dr. Bradley W. Bateman took office as Randolph College’s 10th president on July 1, 2013. He was announced on February 14, 2013 after a 10-month search. Bateman previously served as provost and executive vice president at Denison University in Ohio. In his role as the chief academic officer, he had oversight over the curriculum, faculty hiring, and... READ MORE >>