Randolph College is a member of the International 50, a group of select colleges and universities nationwide noted for their internationally-oriented curricula and opportunities for students. Faculty members of these colleges are more likely to have taught abroad, studied abroad, or have an international component in their area of expertise. Graduates, in turn, are more likely to pursue careers that are internationally oriented, such as international law or finance.
Randolph College's liberal arts curriculum supports the values and attitudes needed in international studies and service—the importance of effective communication skills, openness to change, and the ability to grasp complex ideas. With the global community becoming smaller and smaller, the demand for the graduate who has anticipated a career that extends beyond the geographic boundaries of the United States and who has taken advantage of Randolph's internationally-oriented options becomes greater.