COVID-19

Message from the President Regarding COVID-19 – Campus is now mask optional

COVID-19 response

March 18, 2022 – Masks are now optional on campus... READ MORE >>

Message from the President Regarding COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies

COVID-19 response

The following email message was sent to all Randolph College students, faculty, and staff on February 11, 2022. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic. Dear Randolph community members, Thankfully, the Omicron variant of COVID-19 appears to have reached its peak here in Lynchburg, regionally, and statewide, and health... READ MORE >>

Message from the President to Students Returning to Campus for Spring Semester

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The following email message was sent to all Randolph College students, faculty, and staff on January 25, 2022. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic. Dear students, We are excited to welcome you back Jan. 31 and appreciate your patience and understanding with the delay of the spring semester.... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces delayed start to spring semester, booster requirement

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The following message was sent to the Randolph community on Jan. 7, 2022.... READ MORE >>

Message from the President Regarding Remote Work During January 2022

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The following email message was sent to all Randolph College staff on January 7, 2022. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic. Dear Randolph staff, In my email earlier in the week, I promised to provide updates regarding our remote work decision. Unfortunately, COVID-19 cases in our area continue... READ MORE >>

Message from the President Regarding Updates to Campus Isolation and Quarantine Policies

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The following email message was sent to all Randolph College faculty, staff, and students on January 4, 2022. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic. Dear Randolph community members, Throughout the pandemic, the College’s policies have followed the recommendations of the CDC and Virginia Department of Health. Just recently... READ MORE >>

Message from the President Regarding Changes in Government COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

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The following email message was sent to all Randolph College faculty and staff on December 6, 2021. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic.   Good morning, As we head into the last weeks of the semester, I am reminded how important our community is to our everyday life,... READ MORE >>

Message from the President Regarding COVID-19 Testing

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The following email message was sent to all Randolph College students, faculty, and staff on October 11, 2021. Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/covid19 for more information about Randolph’s actions and responses to COVID-19 pandemic.   Dear Randolph community members, Congratulations on making it to fall break! I would like to thank each member of our community for their... READ MORE >>

COVID-19 Update: Face masks now required indoors on campus

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The following message was sent to the Randolph community by President Bradley W. Bateman on August 2. Dear Randolph community members, When we lifted our indoor mask requirements several months ago, we were hopeful that it was a sign that our area—and the country—was returning to a sense of normalcy. Unfortunately, as has seemed to... READ MORE >>

Health Center Director Ruby Bryant keeps Randolph healthy with a dose of creativity and hard work

Ruby Bryant

Ruby Bryant, director of Randolph’s health center and an RN, never knows when duty will call—especially during a pandemic.... READ MORE >>