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 >>

Randolph receives strong support during Giving Tuesday

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Randolph College went online for its sixth annual Giving Tuesday on Dec. 1. During the daylong event, the College received nearly 850 Annual Fund gifts totaling over $260,000 and counting. All Annual Fund gifts given to Randolph on Dec. 1 counted toward the Giving Tuesday gift tally, which included challenges and matches from alumnae totaling... READ MORE >>

Randolph gearing up for Giving Tuesday with matching gift

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Randolph has received a $25,000 matching gift from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund for the College’s sixth annual Giving Tuesday on Dec. 1.... READ MORE >>

Alumna matching Annual Fund gifts as end of fiscal year nears

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Gifts made to Randolph’s Annual Fund will go much further this year, thanks to the generous support of a former student.... READ MORE >>

#VitaStrong: Virtual events, livestreams celebrate Randolph's day of caring

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Events included livestreams by Allison Brooks ’18, Randolph’s sustainability coordinator; Gary Dop, English professor and director of Randolph’s M.F.A. program; Chris Gaumer, assistant director of the M.F.A. program; and a musical performance by philosophy professor Sara Beck.... READ MORE >>

Why I give: Elizabeth 'Betsy' Krome ’71

“Both my daughter (Margaret Krome-Lukens ’07) and I received scholarships that made our R-MWC attendance possible, and it feels like the simplest-ever ‘Pay It Forward.’ I strongly believe in the virtues of a liberal arts education and giving to Randolph feels like a great way to make good on that belief.”... READ MORE >>

Driver Film Series will bring Emmy-winning documentarian to campus

Director Judd Ehrlich (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival)

Each year, Randolph invites high-profile filmmakers to campus for The Sara Driver ’77 Digital Filmmaking Course and Lecture Series funded by Martha (Lou) Miller Driver ’50. The upcoming program this spring will feature Emmy-winning documentarian Judd Ehrlich and a film festival that will include screenings of several of his most popular films. The film festival,... READ MORE >>

Psychology facilities receive significant renovations thanks to VFIC grant, alumna memorial fund

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Boasting one of the first psychology programs in the nation, Randolph has always been on the cutting edge of psychological research. In order to maintain that reputation and tradition, the College recently revamped the department’s facilities to better meet the needs of its current faculty and students. The renovation was made possible through a grant... READ MORE >>

Randolph goes all out for its fifth annual Giving Tuesday campaign

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Randolph College went all out for its fifth annual Giving Tuesday on December 3. During the daylong event yesterday, more than 730 alumnae and alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff, and students contributed to the Annual Fund, helping Randolph raise more than $325,000, which surpassed the gift total in 2018. All Annual Fund gifts given to... READ MORE >>