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Cost of Attendance

Randolph has lowered its tuition price to $25,000 beginning 2020-2021. Room and board is decreased to $11,000.

The rising cost of college is a concern for all college-bound high school students and their families. In an effort to bring more clarity and transparency to our pricing, Randolph College announces a reduction of approximately 35 percent in our tuition, room, and board. Tuition will drop from $40,521 to $25,000, and room and board will decrease from $13,580 to $11,000. Learn more…

The Cost to Attend Randolph College

Selecting a college is an important decision that requires accurate and clear financial information.

Therefore, we believe that every student and family:

  1. should have access to financial aid counseling at the beginning of the inquiry and application process to get questions answered and to allow time to develop a financial game plan;
  2. is entitled to an understanding—early in the inquiry and application process—of the approximate average cost of tuition, room, and board; and
  3. has a right to appeal a financial aid decision when there is a material change in circumstances, such as loss of income, unexpected medical expenses, or changes in dependent status.

Get Answers Early. The professionals in Randolph College’s Financial Aid Office can answer your questions, work through “what if?” scenarios based on your family’s resources, and be a resource for you. We also encourage you to use our Financial Aid Calculator (the Financial Aid Calculator temporarily unavailable, please contact the Office of Financial Aid for assistance)to get an estimate of your cost to attend Randolph College, and then call one of our financial aid counselors to discuss the results. Your admissions counselor will introduce you to a financial aid team member.

2020-2021 Tuition and Fees

Tuition: $25,000
Room and Board: $11,000
Student Government Fee: $210
Technology Fee: $400
Student Accident Insurance: $128 (subject to change)
Total: $36,738

Other Fees

  • Orientation Fee (first time, first year and transfer students): $200 (Fall only)
  • Part-time degree seeking: $1,042 per credit hour
  • Technology Fee (day students): $140 annual

For more detailed information on special fees, please refer to the College catalog.

Payment Schedule

  • Due upon enrollment: $300 enrollment deposit
  • August 1: First semester payment
  • January 1: Second semester payment
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