Experts in their fields, Randolph’s professors are dedicated to teaching and take pride in the individual attention they provide to students.
In fact, Newsweek has ranked Randolph College first in the nation for the accessibility of professors, and they consistently are rated among the nation’s best…
Low student-faculty ratios ensure that Randolph students receive not only individualized attention in the classroom, but opportunities for research, publication, and mentoring.
These close relationships have been a hallmark of the College since it opened its doors to students in 1893.
Ninety-four percent of faculty hold terminal degrees and 71 percent hold tenure. Randolph employs about 68 full-time faculty members, 61 adjuncts, and 5 faculty who have staff responsibilities or library status.
Randolph is a teaching-intensive institution, but the members of its faculty are quite active in the public advancement of their fields. To give a few examples from what could easily be a longer list: faculty members have…
Recently, a collaborative partnership between three faculty members led to the College receiving a five-year, $600,000 National Science Foundation grant providing scholarships and programming for physical science and mathematics students. The members of the faculty love their teaching, but at the same time are energetically engaged in “the public conversation.”