At Randolph College, our focus is on students.
Whatever your needs, we’ll meet them through a wide range of services and programs offered in a supportive and caring environment.
The Provost’s Office is the central coordinating authority for the College’s academic programs and policies.
As a first-year student, you’ll be assigned a faculty advisor who will help you navigate the challenges of being a college student and develop your academic path.
Academic Services Center
Whether it’s improving your study skills or setting goals, the Academic Services Center offers a variety of academic support services, including one-on-one tutoring and time management workshops.
The Office of Access Services works with students with documented disabilities in order to ensure that they receive equal access to, and reasonable accommodations for all Randolph College programming and academic pursuits.
Career Development Center
From choosing a major, planning a career, gaining experience through job shadowing and internships, or getting accepted into your top choice of graduate/professional school, The Career Development Center staff will help put you on the fast track to success.
Center for Student Research
The Center for Student Research helps students at Randolph College engage in meaningful research that enhances their education and their preparation for graduate studies, careers, and other opportunities after college.
Information Technology oversees the campus network, Internet, wireless connectivity, cable television, phone system, computing and data systems, computer labs, computing hardware and software, printers, and privacy and policy.
Offering more than 200,000 volumes along with 500 print and over 20,000 electronic periodical subscriptions, the Lipscomb Library provides the intellectual and creative resources that support the liberal arts and sciences curriculum.
Maier Museum of Art
An outstanding collection of American art is available right on campus for you to study and enjoy. Internships and a volunteer docent program allow students access to the collection for real life experience in art history, art appreciation, and museum studies.
Sign up for classes, obtain a catalog or transcript, maintain your student records, or inquire about graduation at the Office of the Registrar.
Spend a year or semester abroad with one of our many affiliated programs, take part in an international studies seminar, or study abroad at home with the American Culture Program.
Individual tutors help you learn how to polish your writing in the Writing Lab.