November 15 – Early Action Application Deadline
Receive your decision sooner and get priority consideration for scholarships by applying Early Action.
You can receive up to $1,500 in scholarship funds by completing three simple steps:
In addition to earning $500 for completing each step, Randolph applicants will receive a waived application fee, priority scholarship consideration, and an expedited admission decision.
Whether you’re applying as a first-year, transfer, international, adult or home-schooled student, there’s a place for you at Randolph College.
The first step is to read the application procedures. Apply via Randolph’s Online Application and keep your eyes on the important dates and deadlines, especially if you’re considering applying Early Action. Contact our admissions counselors with any questions about your application.
Randolph College recommends a GPA of 3.0 or above and a competitive SAT V+M (or ACT equivalent) score for admission. The College uses a holistic approach to evaluating applications and considers more than GPA and SAT/ACT scores. Students with a broad range of academic, co-curricular, and extracurricular credentials are admitted each year.
Take a tour of Randolph during one of our WildCat Days or other open house events. You can also schedule a private personalized visit and tour.
All high school students are invited to Science and Art Saturdays. Every Saturday morning in the fall, Randolph College professors and professional experts from the Maier Museum of Art teach fun, hands-on, interactive workshops. All sessions are free and include lunch.
Randolph College is committed to helping you to be able to base your college decision on the quality of the education and the richness of the experience rather than the cost. We offer a full range of scholarships, grants, loans, employment, and payment plans. The advisors in our Financial Aid Office are easily accessible and will help you and your family choose the most appropriate options.