Science & Art Saturdays
What's it like to take a college class? Find out this fall with these free interactive workshops taught by Randolph professors.Learn More
New Student Orientation
Everything you need to know about getting started at Randolph. Find move-in dates, orientation information, computer requirements, packing lists, and more.Learn More
The work of artist Derrick Woods-Morrow ’12 has taken him all over the world, but his journey began with the Randolph classes that opened his eyes and sparked his vision.Learn More
Randolph offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum in small classes taught by engaged, caring professors–never graduate students.
Randolph is ranked #16 in the U.S. for "Most Accessible Professors" by the Princeton Review.
Randolph offers B.A., B.S., B.F.A. and master's degrees, 29 majors, 44 minors, and 5 pre-professional programs.
Shades of Green
Randolph is one of 27 colleges on the Princeton Review's 2022 Green Honor Roll for earning a perfect sustainability score.
Randolph College News
Randolph was also included on the Green Honor Roll.Read More
Magill, a Fulbright fellow, has spent the last 20 years pursuing parallel careers in traditional Irish music, Brazilian choro, jazz, and American fiddle styles.Read More
Only at Randolph
Randolph graduates learn to think critically, solve problems and work well with others. They are prepared to succeed in all aspects of life.
Randolph students work with faculty mentors to explore a broad range of disciplines as they chart their academic path.
The Randolph Innovative Student Experience (RISE) program provides every student a $2,000 grant to fund research, creative work, experiential learning or other scholarly pursuits.