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Randolph College Campus Life

Campus Size

Small Campus
Total Undergrads
Including 14 Part-time
Degree-Seeking Freshmen

Gender Breakdown:

63% Women
37% Men


NCAA Division III (without football)

Old Dominion Athletic Conference

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country/Track

Total Varsity Sports


Men's sports coaches (Average salary: $39,343)
Women's sports coaches (Average salary: $40,821)
Athletics Details
Sport Varsity Men Varsity Women Club Intramural
Basketball 18 10 - -
Equestrian - 18 - -
Lacrosse 27 12 - -
Soccer 32 16 - -
Softball - 14 - -
Tennis 12 9 - -
Track and Field, X-Country 6 7 - -
Volleyball - 14 - -


Student Total
American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.7%
Asian/Pacific Islander 2.8%
Black/non-Hispanic 9.6%
Hispanic 6.1%
Non-resident alien 11.0%
Race/Ethnicity unknown 1.1%
Two or more races 1.1%
White/non-Hispanic 67.6%
Percent of students with disability 5%

Services & Housing

Services Offered
  • Remedial services for students with learning disabilities
  • Academic/Career counseling
  • Employment services for current students to find part-time positions
  • Library on campus
  • On-Campus Housing
  • Meal plan offered, maximum 19 meals per week.

Clubs & Organizations

Musical Groups
  • Choral Groups
  • Music Ensemble
Performance Arts
  • Drama Theater
Journalism & Publications
  • Literary Magazine
  • Student Newspaper
  • Yearbook
  • Radio Station
  • Model United Nations
  • Student Government
  • Campus Ministries

Safety Statistics

Arrests On Campus
Illegal Weapons Possession 0
Drug Law Violation 3
Liquor Law Violation 0
Criminal Offenses On Campus
Personal Crime 1
Property Crime 1
Reviews Dorm Life
  • Anonymous
  • 4
  • There is no off campus living at Randolph College but the dorm life is very pleasant. Bell one of the larger dorms just got renovated and is beautiful! The dorms…

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  • Kelsea from Taylors, SC
  • 4
  • Dorm life is pretty simple. Like most dorms. You have one room with two to three roommates (usually two) and one-three communal bathrooms for the entire halls use. The camaraderie…

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  • Brianna from Herndon, VA
  • 3
  • An advantage to Randolph that I noticed during my college search was its dorm room size. When I was looking at other colleges, the freshmen dorms tended to be…

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  • Emma from Ashland, VA
  • 4
  • I live on the 5th floor of a dorm with no elevator, which is a pain. But renovations are promised, and all of the dorms have spacious rooms.…

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Food And Dining
  • 3
  • allison - williamsburg, va
  • I am a current student here

    honestly it can be a little hard to find food on the weekends, but there's a 711 within walking distance which is a popular haunt. dining hall food is usually very good, but you get tired of eating at the same place every day. skeller really rocks for picking up a salad, sandwich, or good fried and grilled food if dining hall isn't open. it's a popular study and social spot too.

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  • 4
  • Student
  • I am a current student here

    Dining hall is small and food is ok. There are different options at each meal and there is a new student center with small food offerings.

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  • 5
  • Steve from Greenbelt, MD
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    New student center was just built and has many features including varieties of food for your liking.

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  • 3
  • Evangelos from Henrico, VA
  • I am a current student here

    Some people HATE the food, but I don't think that their opinion is entirely fair. Unless they've been to another college they probably are comparing Randolph's food to the food they got from home. That's not fair to the college, but the food could definitely be better. We have three off-campus restaurants in walking distance as an option too.

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  • 1
  • Brianna from Herndon, VA
  • I am a past student here

    The dining hall is a portion of Randolph that many of the students try to avoid, but because college students typically do not have much money to eat out with, they are stuck with what they have. The food is sometimes good in the dining hall, but most times they are not. You will find complicated-looking dishes that resemble that of chewed up mush, and only the bravest of students taste test them. The breakfast hour is normally good because the food remains simple, but the lunch and dinner hours have been given the term â??the struggleâ?? because it is a struggle to find foods that are appetizing. If you can be creative with your plate and look at the food with a positive attitude, then you will do just fine. Otherwise, you will be stuck with making sandwich wraps or salads and eating pizza and fries for the whole year.

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  • 3
  • Emma from Ashland, VA
  • I am a current student here

    There is one dining hall, one coffee/pastry shop and The Skellar, which offers food when the Dining Hall isn't open.

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  • 4
  • Kelsea from Taylors, SC
  • I am a current student here

    Some days it's not at it's best, but for food that you get to eat everyday three times a day, it's not that bad. Oh, and take advantage of the meal plans. It'll be worth it. And late night dining is great.

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Greek Life
  • 0
  • allison - williamsburg, va
  • I am a current student here

    no greek life, but there are definitely secret societies on campus and some of them hold frat-like parties if you're looking for that scene. some of them are taken very seriously though due to the old history of the college; some societies are now over 100 years old.

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  • Brianna from Herndon, VA
  • I am a past student here

    There are only two recognized sororities on campus, one of them being Zeta Omega Phi. Though there is not much Greek life at Randolph, there are many secret societies about campus that students can be asked to become a part of, and information about them is secret.

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