Academics

Randolph announces spring 2020 Dean’s List

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Randolph College is pleased to announce its Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester.... READ MORE >>

Students to present research, creative work during virtual Symposium of Artists & Scholars

2019 Artists and Scholars

The Randolph College Symposium of Artists & Scholars will be held virtually this year, with presentations beginning Thursday. The event, designed for students to show off their research and creative work, will be held online, but asynchronously, meaning videos of the presenters will be pre-recorded and posted at http://sas2020.go.randolphcollege.edu. Randolph biology professor Doug Shedd will... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces fall 2019 Dean’s List

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Randolph College is pleased to announce its Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester: Parker Aaron A’Nyeja Adams Karla Aguilar Palma Daniel Allee Meredith Alwine Ninfa Amador-Hernandez Corrinne Anderson Alexandra Arce Nacurena Daisy Ayala-Gomez Devin Bagby Gladys Banton Cristina Berenguer Llongueras Daniel Bickey Gabriel Blodgett Adara Boling Joshua Bowes Emilie Bryant Joshua Bulavko Tyler Campbell... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces new coaching and sport leadership master’s program, computer science and mathematics major

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Randolph College faculty recently approved two new academic programs—a master’s degree in coaching and sport leadership and a computer science and mathematics major. Both additions are highly sought academic programs that will allow Randolph to meet the needs of both current and future students.  Coaching and Sport Leadership Master’s Program The coaching and sport leadership... READ MORE >>

Two students selected for new study abroad opportunity at Queens University Belfast 

Gunnar Copeland (left) and Wade Hall

Since he arrived at Randolph, Wade Hall ’21 has dreamed of studying abroad. Now, thanks to a new partnership between Randolph and Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), he’ll get to spend a semester abroad in Ireland. What’s more, he’ll get to experience it with one of his best friends, Gunnar Copeland ’21.  The two students are... READ MORE >>

Equine studies students discuss ethical issues raised in horse adoption, euthanasia

Students in Equine Studies 101 discuss ethical issues during a panel discussion in the Quillian Conference Room

On Wednesday, students in Randolph’s Equine Studies 101 course participated in a panel discussion about horse adoption, rehabilitation, and euthanasia. Specifically, they discussed The Right Horse Initiative and its goals for increasing horse adoption rates in the United States. Facilitated by Jo Miller, adjunct equine studies professor, students debated the many issues with current horse... READ MORE >>

Month in Photos: November 2019

A student studies on a bench under fall colors on front campus

We give thanks for a memorable November! Here are some of our favorite photos from the past month:... READ MORE >>

Meet the faculty: A Q&A with new economics and business professor ATM Sayfuddin

ATM Sayfuddin

Randolph College’s 2019-20 academic year is officially underway, and several new faces have joined the faculty. Economics and business professor ATM Sayfuddin is one of the new additions: Where are you originally from and what is your career/educational background? I am originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh. I completed a bachelor’s degree in public administration at the... READ MORE >>

SUPER STARs: Randolph prepares to welcome first round of new students to campus

Students in the 2018 SUPER program raise their hands during a classroom activity

Tomorrow, first-year students enrolled in the College’s Step-Up to Physical Science and Engineering at Randolph (SUPER) and the new Summer Transition at Randolph (STAR) programs will arrive on campus to get a head start on college life.  In both of the two-week programs, students will participate in classroom activities as well as social events designed... READ MORE >>

The Princeton Review once again ranks Randolph 18th in the nation for ‘Most Accessible Professors’

Professor Sara Beck converses with a student

Randolph College’s faculty have once again been recognized among the best in the nation. The Princeton Review ranked the College 18th for most accessible professors in the 2020 edition of its flagship college guide, The Best 385 Colleges. Randolph has now been ranked in the top 20 for most accessible professors for three consecutive years. In The... READ MORE >>