It’s hard to sum up over 120 years of tradition and excellence on one page, but here are some important facts and figures to get you up to speed on Randolph College.
Randolph's students come from 34 states and 23 countries. The student body is comprised of 13% international students and 21% domestic students of color.
Randolph students are high achievers, with SAT scores averaging over 1100 and GPAs averaging about 3.5; about a quarter of Randolph students were in the top 10% of their high school classes; 55% were in the top 25% and 85% were in the top 50%.
A full 91% of our faculty members hold the highest possible degree in their fields. Randolph offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum in small classes taught by engaged, caring professors, never a graduate student.
A Randolph education is global, individualized and career-oriented.
Schedule a visit and explore our bucolic, 100-acre campus at the foot of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains.
Lynchburg, Virginia is a buzzing college town with small-town charm.
For more than a century, Randolph College was Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, one of the South’s top institutions of higher learning for women.
On July 1, 2007, the college officially changed its name to Randolph College, part of the historic decision to admit men for the first time into the class of 2011.