Office of College Relations

The cat’s out of the bag: Wanda WildCat gets a makeover

The new Wanda WildCat on front campus

Wanda WildCat has been cheering on Randolph’s students and getting into mischief on campus for more than two decades. She can often be found wandering campus, giving high-fives, studying with students, and even dressing up like President Bateman. However, rumor has it she’s been feeling her age recently (it’s been nearly 15 years since her... READ MORE >>

Randolph receives CASE Award for College magazine

Vita magazine Fall 2018 Cover

Randolph College’s newly launched magazine, Vita Abundantior, was recognized this week by the Council of Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III. Randolph received an Award of Excellence in the category for Magazine/Tabloid Improvement in the CASE District III annual award program. The category recognizes improvement in an overall publication over a period of... READ MORE >>

Randolph College launches new institutional visual graphic identity

Randolph College Academic Logo - 2015

LYNCHBURG–Randolph College launched a new visual graphic identity for the College this week. The new logo and word marks are the result of nearly a year of focus groups and design work and provide the College with a modern, strong graphic identity. The College’s Office of College Relations led the redesign process. The new logo... READ MORE >>

Randolph recognized with Bronze Award in 2015 CASE Circle of Excellence competition

CASE Circle of Excellence Bronze Award Winner

Randolph College has won yet another award for its newest admissions publication, The Official Guide to Randolph College. The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) announced the winners of its international Circle of Excellence Awards on Wednesday. Randolph was awarded a Bronze Award in the Viewbook and Prospectuses (print) category. It was one... READ MORE >>

CASE recognizes Randolph with five awards

Photo of viewbook

Randolph College received five awards—including one first-place prize—from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) on Tuesday. The awards recognize excellence in the College’s publications and communications strategy. Randolph competed against colleges and universities of all sizes throughout the southeastern United States. CASE presented Randolph with a Grand Award, the highest award possible,... READ MORE >>

Randolph wins awards for publications and special events

Randolph College earned three awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) last week, recognizing the quality of the College’s publications and events. Randolph magazine and the Bulletin, the College’s alumnae and alumni magazine, each won an Award for Excellence in the category of Magazine/Tabloid Improvement I. This category, which includes... READ MORE >>