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Counseling Center offering telehealth services for students

The new service is being offered through doxy.me, a telemedicine platform that allows for synchronous video and audio appointments with Counseling Center staff.... READ MORE >>

Several Randolph professors granted tenure

The Randolph College Board of Trustees recently granted tenure to philosophy professor Kaija Mortensen, biology professor Amanda Rumore and mathematics professor Jia Wan. All three will be promoted from assistant to associate professors effective July 1. Mortensen, who came to Randolph in 2013, earned her undergraduate degree in philosophy from Colorado College and her Ph.D.... READ MORE >>

Randolph donates personal protective equipment to Centra Health

In response to a plea from the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, Randolph College donated unused personal protective equipment to Centra Health on Wednesday. The items from Randolph included gloves, disposable lab coats, isolation gowns, and protective masks. “At a time like this, it’s important that we all do what we can to help those... READ MORE >>

#RandolphTogether II

Week two, let’s do this! Sending you some more love and encouragement from your Randolph family! Students, now it’s your turn. We want to see your faces, where you are studying, who you are with. Write us a message, take your photo and send it to us or tag #RandolphTogether and we will share it!... READ MORE >>

Randolph education professor working with new group to facilitate online instruction

The Online Learning Collective started as a Facebook group for faculty all over the country as they transitioned to online learning for the rest of the 2020 semester.... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s 2020 Science Festival moving online with at-home activities, videos and more

Students blow up balloons for a propelled car at Science Festival.

Randolph’s 2020 SciFest—including its popular Science Day activities—has moved online, with virtual activities planned throughout the spring. New videos and activities will be posted to http://randolphscience.org/virtual-scifest-2020 every week. The site already includes demo videos—on topics ranging from weightlessness and buoyancy to the speed of sound and internal versus external forces—created by members of the College’s... READ MORE >>

Admitted Student Days go virtual with new daily live tour

Live virtual tour

When it became clear that Admitted Student Days would be cancelled because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Marianne Virnelson ’17 began hosting daily live virtual tours through the video conferencing app Google Meet. ... READ MORE >>

#RandolphTogether

Today is not just Monday, it’s the first day of online classes. This isn’t what we wanted for our spring semester, but our Randolph family is strong. And we will all get through this—together.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College to move to online learning for the remainder of the semester and postpone Commencement

The following message was sent to students and families on March 19 about the College’s decision to move to online learning for the remainder of the semester and the postponement of Commencement.   Dear Students and Families, This is not the email I wanted to write to you this week—or any week for that matter.... READ MORE >>

President’s Message: Availability of mental health services for employees

The following message was sent to faculty and staff on March 16. Dear faculty and staff colleagues, As the pandemic continues to unwind our lives as we knew them only a few weeks ago, I have been reminded that the stresses, strains, and uncertainties will be affecting many people’s mental health. If you need help,... READ MORE >>

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