Your new home-away-from-home will not be cookie cutter — there are lots of options.
You can choose between single-sex and coed floors, quiet floors, and apartment-style living.
Six residence halls boast hardwood floors, big rooms, comfortable furnishings, lots of storage, Internet access, and shared-use kitchens. Many rooms amazing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Grosvenor Apartments offer independent living in furnished apartments across the street from campus.
All residences are protected with cardkey security access systems and campus safety officers.
In every residence hall you’ll interact with students from across the United States and around the globe as you expand your world view and make life-long friends.
Randolph has six traditional-style residence halls, each with its own unique character.
Bell Hall, housing 120, is connected to Cheatham Dining Hall and is adjacent to the primary student parking lot. Bell features a laundry room, lots of storage space in student rooms, and a kitchen on each floor.
Main Hall houses 200 residents. Centrally located, Main is unique in that classrooms, offices, and the Student Center share the first level while the upper floors house students.
Moore Hall, located near the library and mail room, is connected to Main Hall by the trolleys. Housing 65 students, Moore features a laundry room, extended quiet hours in the living spaces, and a 24-hour quiet study lounge.
Webb Hall is next to the the Student Center and Michels Plaza and has housed students of a variety of class years.
West Hall, housing 65 students, is connected to Cheatham Dining Hall on the ground floor and to Main Hall via the trolleys. West has generous lounge space as well as central air conditioning.
Wright Hall houses 80 residents, is recently renovated, LEED Certified, connected to Cheatham Dining Hall, and features amazing views and incredible hardwood floors.
Located across the street from the college’s Rivermont Avenue entrance, Grosvenor houses 44 students in 17 units. Each furnished apartment has a kitchen, dining room, one or two bedrooms, bathroom, and a living area. Some units have balconies. The complex is also served by the campus Internet and security systems.
You’ll find plenty of support should you need it. Each hall is staffed by a student hall director (Head Resident) responsible for building safety, student well-being, and staff supervision. Resident Assistants (RAs) build community, resolve conflicts, and address safety issues.
But they won’t be intruding on your autonomy: Randolph’s Honor System means we trust you to live by the highest standards of honesty and integrity.