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A message to the Randolph College family from President Bateman

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During the last week, we have once again witnessed the reality of racial injustice in American society. George Floyd’s brutal murder is tragic, but sadly, not surprising. At Randolph College, we stand against racial discrimination, racial injustice, and against racial violence. We strive to be an inclusive community; and we educate our students to recognize... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces new fall start date

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Randolph College announced plans on May 29 to alter its fall academic calendar in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The College will begin classes Aug. 24 instead of Aug. 31, and students will leave campus for the semester at Thanksgiving break. In addition, exams will be held online following Thanksgiving. “As you know, our COVID-19... READ MORE >>

The magic of Minecraft: Students recreate Randolph’s campus inside world-building video game

Minecraft build 2020

Each school was given a 1,000-block-by-1,000-block plot within the game where they can place square blocks that represent real-world things like grass, concrete, wood, brick, and glass.... READ MORE >>

President’s Message to new students and families

Trees pictured in full fall colors in front of Main Hall

Dear new students and families, By now, I am sure you have read or heard about the varying ways colleges and universities across the nation are approaching the fall semester in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming months. The options range from going completely online to the other end... READ MORE >>

President’s Message to students, families, faculty, and staff

Students climb the hill from Martin Science Building

Dear Students, Families, Faculty, and Staff, By now, I am sure you have read or heard about the varying ways colleges and universities across the nation are approaching the fall semester in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming months. The options range from going completely online to the other... READ MORE >>

President’s end-of-year message to alumnae and alumni

Aerial view of Randolph and the surrounding community in Lynchburg, Va.

It is hard to believe that we have reached the end of the academic year. These past weeks have been filled with challenges and uncertainty as we have all tried to adjust to the world as we know it today.... READ MORE >>

Randolph education student wins VACTE scholarship

Taylor Murphy '21

Taylor Murphy ’21 has received one of three scholarships recently awarded by the Virginia Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (VACTE).... READ MORE >>

A message from President Bateman to the Class of 2020

Commencement ceremony at Randolph College

In a normal year, we would be together in The Dell, celebrating this monumental achievement under a sunny, Sunday sky. Your family, friends, and professors would be surrounding you, cheering as you walk across the stage to receive your diploma. I know we can all agree that this is not a normal year.... READ MORE >>

M.A.T. students receive awards

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Randolph College’s 2020 Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) graduates were recognized in a virtual ceremony this week.... READ MORE >>

Esports program awarded grant for new lab and arena

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Randolph College’s esports program has been awarded a capital project grant from the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).... READ MORE >>

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