Randolph’s rich diversity and strong sense of community allow students to develop an appreciation for others and the differences that make them unique.
Approximately 31 percent of students are non-white. Of these students, 19 percent are domestic students of color and 12 percent are international students. The College is approaching the national average of females to males; the entering class is approximately 61 percent female and 39 percent male.
Randolph College is committed to providing an educational environment that is enriching both intellectually and interpersonally.
A prominent feature of this environment is the sense of community that is a result of the strength of the College’s residential living experience.
Through on-campus residency, students develop strong interpersonal connections with their peers, enjoy social and educational experiences together, develop the ability to negotiate solutions to community and personal issues, and learn to appreciate the rich diversity of cultures, opinions, talents, and experiences that our community offers.
More than 76 percent of traditional students live in one of the College’s six residence halls, making the campus a true living-learning environment.