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Active Student Organizations

The follow organizations are officially recognized by Student Government:

Aquatics Club

Bridges Not Walls
Bridges aims to spread tolerance and acceptance of the LGBT+ community throughout the Randolph community.

Campus Outreach
A campus ministry group that gets together to have bible studies and meetings, and to share the love of God with our classmates.

Chinese Culture Club
Aims to educate Randolph students and the Randolph community on Chinese culture and tradition.

Circle K International
Circle K International’s vision is to be the leading global community-service organization on college and university campuses. Randolph College’s Circle K chapter emphasizes community service, fellowship, and leadership that enriches the world one member, one child, and one community at a time. We focus on developing students into responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service.

Creative Writing Club
To foster a love of writing and the creative process in the student body. As well as to provide a safe space for young poets and authors to receive constructive feedback, and encouragement on their work.

Cuisine International
Sharing Asian cuisines and cultures with the Randolph Community.

Dollars and Sense
Dollars and Sense is run by students of Economics and Business major/minor. We hope to create a community where people can participate and discuss current economic events, investing strategies, or even personal finance tips.

ETAs
The ETAs strive to preserve, promote, and spread even spirit and school traditions. We encourage our classmates and sister class to partake in school related activities and build life long friendships.

Environmental Club

Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA)
We, Feminist Majority Leadership Association, strive to support the choices of all women and support the education of our feminist leaders of tomorrow. We plan to redefine feminism and remove the stigma that associates politically active women. We strive for gender, sex and race equality, not only on campus, but throughout the lives of all people leading to the betterment of Randolph College and humanity at large.

First Year Board
The First-Year Board takes the lead in organizing and implementing class business, including traditions and fundraising. The main traditional events in which the first-year class members are involved include Ring Night and Even/Odd Day.

Future Restorationists, Artists, and Museum Enthusiasts (FRAME)
We are the docent club for the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.  Open to anyone with an interest in art and artistic expression, our goal is to create artistic involvement and awareness on campus.

Gamma 13
The Gammas promote Odd Spirit and the interclass rivalry with the Evens by participating in events on campus such as Even/Odd Day, stomps, Skeller Sings, and other various activities. Their colors are red, gray and blue.

Hail, Muse! Etc.
Hail, Muse! Etc. is Randolph College’s literary magazine, publishing work from students that ranges from poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, and paintings. But of course we’re open to other submissions if we can find a way to incorporate them into the magazine!

Humans vs. Zombies
The purpose of the Human vs. Zombies club is to organize and moderate a game of ‘Human vs. Zombies’ for the student body of Randolph college. We want to give those involved a chance to relax from the daily stress of college life, and do something fun (and slightly nerve-wracking).

Junior Class Board
The Junior Class Executive Board takes the lead in organizing and implementing class business, including traditions and fundraising.

Macon Activities Council (MAC)
MAC aims to enhance the Randolph community through quality, consistent, and diverse programming for student, by students.

Macon Community After Hour
MCAH brings all the members of the college community together in a relaxing and congenial environment. Community members are expected to benefit from each other’s company and the opportunity to develop a more cohesive sense of community while enjoying conversation and refreshments.

Model United Nations
Model UN is an organization that promotes a greater understanding of the international community through simulations of real United Nations meetings on pertinent topics.

Multicultural Leaders Association

Panworld
The Panworld Club aims to increase intercultural awareness on campus with its variety of activities, from our biggest event, the bi-annual Panworld Coffeehouse to various smaller events, such as our Henna Social.

Psi Chi Honor Society

Randolph MTG

Role Playing Society

Senior Class Board
The Senior Class Executive Board takes the lead in organizing and implementing class business, including traditions and fundraising. This Board is responsible for the planning of Senior Dinner Dance

Society of Physics Students
The purpose of the Randolph College chapter of the Society of Physics Students is to bring physics as well as other sciences to the public. To that end, SPS’s primary activities are student outreach (such as Jeopardy and movie night) and community outreach (such as Science Festival), with the hope that attendees have fun and learn something about physics too.

Sock & Buskin
Sock & Buskin Theatre Society supports the needs of Randolph’s Theatre Department through concession sales, aiding in finding students for HBO, No Shame, and crew responsibilities for each show.

Songshine
Songshine is an all female a capella group created in the 1970’s. It remains the oldest singing groups on campus. Songshine’s purpose is to represent Randolph’s history and to embark previous achievements. We hope to improve each day with each joyous song.

Sophomore Class Board
The Executive Board and the Sophomore Class Council are responsible for coordinating class events such as fundraisers, traditional events, and service projects. The main traditional events in which sophomores are involved are Pumpkin Parade in the fall and Daisy Chain in the spring. The class officers and council members are expected to be role models for class spirit and participation.

Sustainability Council

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Our purpose is to effectively addressed the needs of student athletes. We serve as a liaison between the athletes, the athletic department, and the Randolph community. We also help organize a number of community service activities in Lynchburg and on the Randolph campus such as a play day with the Special Olympics of Virginia athletes.

The Sundial
The Sundial is the official student-run newspaper/news organization at Randolph College. We cover the full range of student life, from academics to sports, the arts, and beyond, in a print edition and online. The goal and purpose of the Sundial are one in the same: to be an authoritative, reliable, and entertaining voice of the Randolph College student body, and to provide an accurate reflection of life at Randolph in all its various facets.

Ultimate Frisbee

Voices
We are a coed a capella singing group. Our purpose is to sing acapella songs together and our goal is to bring music to the student body.

WWRM
WWRM is the Randolph College radio station. The purpose of the WWRM is to provide the Randolph College community with a media source, to give students an extracurricular option that introduces communications, and to provide students with news and events occurring at Randolph College. Listen to the Worm online at WWRM.org.

Zymology Society
Club experimenting in fermentation of foods and drinks, to come up with products that can be enjoyed by anyone of age.

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