Sustainability Council

Campus is buzzing following renewal of Bee Campus certification

A bee approaches blooming flowers in front of Leggett Building

Randolph College has once again received national recognition for its efforts to engage the campus in enhancing pollinator habitats both on campus and beyond. Bee City USA® has renewed Randolph’s Bee Campus USA certification for 2019 following a rigorous renewal application. The Bee Campus USA designation recognizes educational campuses that commit to a set of practices that... READ MORE >>

Randolph College recertified as Bee Campus

Close-up photo of a honeybee

Randolph College has once again received national recognition for its efforts to engage the campus in enhancing pollinator habitat both on and off-campus. Bee City USA® has renewed Randolph’s Bee Campus USA certification for 2018 following a rigorous renewal application process. The Bee Campus USA designation recognizes educational campuses that commit to a set of... READ MORE >>

A Part of History

Randolph College students, faculty, and staff join the Women's March on Washington.

Randolph students join historic Women’s March on Washington... READ MORE >>

Sustainability Council organizing local Science and Earth Day Gathering

Students pick up Earth Day T-shirts outside Cheatham Dining Hall Wednesday.

Randolph’s Sustainability Council will join student organizations from other area colleges to coordinate a Science and Earth Day Gathering in downtown Lynchburg Saturday, April 22. The Science and Earth Day Gathering, which is a satellite event for the March for Science in Washington, D.C., will take place by the traffic circle at 5th Street and... READ MORE >>