Unless otherwise noted, students pay Randolph tuition and room (and usually board) to participate in Randolph College or affiliated study abroad programs. Federal aid, Randolph Merit Scholarships, and need-based assistance are applicable to most affiliated programs; Randolph merit scholarships awarded to international students will not transfer. Only federal financial aid is applicable to non-affiliated programs.
Global Studies Scholarships provide need-based scholarship assistance to both American and international students who wish to study abroad. Applications are available through the Office of the Provost.
Starting in their sophomore year, all students are eligible to apply for up to $2,000 from Randolph’s Innovative Student Experience (RISE) program, an initiative that provides grant funds to Randolph students for studying abroad, pursuing research opportunities, internships or other artistic and scholarly pursuits.