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Fast Facts

Our Students and Faculty

Randolph College’s total enrollment is 550, with 96% being full-time students.

Sixty-two percent are women and 38% are men, mirroring the national average. Randolph’s enrollment includes 68 graduate students, a number that includes Master of Arts in Teaching and M.F.A. in Creative Writing students as well as members of the inaugural class for the new Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership.

Randolph’s students come from 32 states and 12 countries and about 75% are Virginia residents. The student body includes 5% international students and 41% domestic non-white students. (If international students are included, 43% are students of color.)

Members of Randolph’s first-year class are high achievers, with GPAs averaging about 3.35.  Fifty-two percent of Randolph students were in the top 25% of their high school classes, and 80% were in the top 50%.

A remarkable 95% of Randolph’s full-time faculty members hold the highest possible degree in their fields. Randolph offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum in small classes taught by engaged, caring professors–never graduate students. The average class size is 11, and the student:faculty ratio is 8:1.

Our Classes

A Randolph education is rigorous, individualized, and career-oriented, and includes:

Our Campus Life

Schedule a visit and explore our beautiful, 100-acre campus at the foot of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. Life on the Randolph College campus includes:

  • Eighteen buildings, including stately Main Hall, recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Eight men’s sports teams and ten women’s sports teams.
  • Spacious, mixed-year residence halls as well as apartment-style living, all right near the center of campus.
  • About 40 student organizations.

Our Town

Lynchburg, Virginia, is many things at once:

  • A mid-sized city with a small-town feel.
  • Part of a larger metropolitan area, with a population of over 254,000 and a revitalized downtown.
  • A buzzing college town home to five colleges and more than 20,000 students.
  • A recreational hub, with an extensive biking and hiking trail system running throughout the city, the Blue Ridge Parkway just minutes away, and the James River flowing through the heart of town.
  • An entertainment center, with theater and live music venues, shopping, restaurants, and coffee shops galore.
  • An “ex-urb” to even larger metropolitan centers, being a short drive to Washington D.C., Virginia Beach, Raleigh-Durham, and Richmond.
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