alumnae giving

Randolph College launching brand-new Give Day on Oct. 27

Randolph College is launching its very own Give Day later this month, with the goal of raising $100,000 for the Annual Fund.... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces highest fundraising total since 2018

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More than 2,100 individuals provided nearly $2.1 million for the unrestricted Annual Fund, which supports many critical aspects of campus life such as experiential learning, faculty professional development, and campus sustainability projects.... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: A Q&A with Martha McLeod ’76

“This is the place where I learned determination, grit, to never give up, and began to find my voice. It is the institution where I learned a lot academically, the place that sparked my interest in art history and where I learned to find a way to tough out the bad times and appreciate the good.”... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: Q&A with Meg Green Maguire ’65

As the College implements its future on the cutting edge, more equipment, facilities and scholarships are a necessity. This is what our contributions make possible.... READ MORE >>

Ready for action: Newly renovated athletic center designed to meet the needs of students

After more than two years of renovations, Randolph’s new athletic center is ready for action. The project, which cost about $5 million, was made possible by generous donors who contributed $3 million. This included two leadership gifts, including one from emerita trustee Mary Michels Scovanner ’77, for whom the center is now named, and the... READ MORE >>

Renovating RAD: Major upgrade of athletics facility will offer significant improvement for student life

An artistic rendering by Architectural Partners of the newly renovated RAD Center, which will be renamed the Michels Athletic Center (MAC).

Thanks in large part to the generosity of two supportive donors, Randolph will begin a nearly $3 million renovation to its Randolph Athletics and Dance (RAD) Center beginning later this spring. The significant enhancement and improvement of the building, which was originally built in 1962, was made possible by two leadership gifts. One of those... READ MORE >>

Why I give: A Q&A with John and Margie Roberts Johnson '59

Margie Roberts Johnson and her husband John

Tell us about your lives today. John and I moved to a retirement community near Roanoke, Virginia, about a year ago. Our daughter and her family live nearby, and our son and family live in Nashville. I enjoyed a career as an Episcopal church choirmaster-organist in Morristown, Tennessee; that work began as I majored in... READ MORE >>

Forbes ranks Randolph in top 100 for ‘Colleges with the Happiest, Most Successful Alumni’

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Randolph College is included in Forbes’ recently released ranking for “Colleges with the Happiest, Most Successful Alumni.” Randolph ranked 72nd out of the 200 institutions on the list. To compile its rankings, Forbes used its Grateful Graduates Index to measure return on investment. Forbes examined private, not-for-profit colleges with more than 500 students using two... READ MORE >>

Randolph records highest giving participation in over a decade for FY 2017-18

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Randolph College ended the 2017-18 fiscal and fundraising year on June 30 with the highest alumnae and alumni participation rate since 2006. Alumnae and alumni giving participation was at 25.2 percent—up 2 percent from the previous year. “We are extremely proud and privileged to have such wonderful alumnae and alumni who are profoundly dedicated to... READ MORE >>

Show your support and Rally for Randolph!

Students carry the Daisy Chain past Main Hall

Randolph alumnae and alumni have the chance to participate in the Rally for Randolph giving campaign to help the College meet its Annual Fund goals for the 2017-18 fiscal year, which ends June 30. To ensure that the College meets its goals, an anonymous alumna from the Class of 1981 has issued a participation challenge.... READ MORE >>