Randolph professors are scholars with a passion for teaching. They don’t just stand behind a lectern and talk at you. They involve you in your education through lively classroom discussions and hands-on learning activities.
Randolph professors are mentors. They’ll help you navigate your college career and make decisions about life after graduation through one-on-one advising sessions and accessible office hours.
Randolph professors are leaders in their fields and in your life. You’ll work with them on research projects, professional presentations, and independent study programs.
At Randolph, you’ll always be taught by a professor, not a teaching assistant. And since our student/faculty ratio is 8:1, and our average class size is 12, you’ll get to know your professors well—and they’ll get to know you.
Why not get started now? Browse our faculty profiles to find out more about these great mentors we call faculty.
Susan Stevens receives grant to support book project
On sabbatical next year, she will begin writing a book about the excavation of a Vandal period Christian basilica in Africa
David Schwartz chosen as keynote speaker for annual forum at Centenary College
Schwartz, who was recently appointed to the APA's Committee on Public Policy, will also speak at Davidson College
Society of Physics Students Volunteer at Local Robotics Competition
Five students joined Peter Sheldon, physics professor, to volunteer for the First Lego League Robotics Tournament in November
Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
Book by Randolph Philosophy Professor Selected by Society for Business Ethics
David Schwartz to make presentation at New Orleans conference
Psychology Professors Present Research at annual conference
The Honor System: Influences on Attitudes and Behaviors