December 1 – FAFSA Priority Deadline
We encourage everyone to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), whatever the family’s income level.
A Randolph education is one of the best investments you could possibly make.
Our distinctive, personal approach to education means more: more opportunities to explore, more mentoring relationships, more global focus in the curriculum. That translates directly into enhanced career opportunities, deeper personal enrichment, and a lot more.
And at Randolph, you’ll spend less than you might expect. The Princeton Review has ranked Randolph College as one of the best institutions in the country for undergraduate education. What’s more, we offer a comprehensive program of financial assistance, including institutional aid and a variety of loan options, so your actual cost may be quite different from the full cost (See Tuition and Fees.) The good news is that 99 percent of undergraduate, full-time Randolph College students receive some form of financial aid.
Want a better idea of what your financial aid award might be? Try our Net Price Calculator. If you have other questions about financial aid at Randolph College, contact the Financial Aid Office. Better yet, call or stop by our office in the Admission Welcome Center across the street from main campus to speak with one of our staff members.
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.