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The Cost to Attend Randolph College

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

We believe that every student and family:

  • 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;
  • is entitled to an understanding—early in the inquiry and application process—of the approximate average cost of tuition, room, and board; and
  • 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.

2024-2025 Tuition and Fees

Direct Costs – these items are directly charged by Randolph College. You will see these on your billing statements. This figure is before any financial aid (scholarships/grants, loans, etc.) is applied.

  • Tuition: $29,440
  • Housing and Food (formerly known as Room & Board): $12,350
  • Technology Fee: $520
  • Student Government (Activity) Fee: $350
  • Accident Insurance: $116

Total: $42,776

Net Price Calculator

We encourage you to use our Financial Aid Calculator to get an estimate of your cost to attend Randolph College, and then contact one of our financial aid counselors to discuss the results.  In 3-5 minutes, this quick survey can provide a snapshot of your possible financial aid options.


Other Direct Costs and Fees

  • Orientation Fee: $200 (First-Year and Transfer students, Fall only)
  • Health and Counseling Fee: $100 (Commuter Only)
  • Student Health Insurance: ~$2,750 (if not covered by an individual health insurance plan)
  • Parking Registration Fee (Optional): $100 – $250 (depends on student level and/or housing status)
  • Part-time degree seeking: $1,227 per credit hour
  • Audit: $175 per credit hour
  • Certificate of Major: $590 per credit hour
  • Dual Enrolled High School Students: $150 per credit hour
  • Special, Part-time, non-degree, non-resident: $350 per credit hour
  • Teacher Licensure only: $782.50 per credit hour
  • Graduation Fee: $200

Indirect Costs – these items are NOT charged by Randolph College and are other education-related expenses. These amounts are based on averages for students at Randolph College and can vary based on your needs.

  • Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment: ~$620
  • Transportation: ~$535 (On-Campus), ~$960 (Commuter)
  • Personal Expenses: ~$915
  • Housing Allowance (Commuter Only): $7,776
  • Food Allowance: ~$500 (On-Campus), ~$2,205 (Commuter)
  • Loan Fees: ~$40 – $53 (depends on federal student loan amount)

For more detailed information on special fees for the 2023-2024 academic year, please refer to the Academic Catalog.

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