Relative to national results, responses indicated that Randolph students were statistically more likely than students nationally to
A statistically greater percentage of Randolph students felt their college education contributed to their ability to
Additionally, Randolph seniors reported significantly more engagement in analyzing and synthesizing ideas, putting together concepts from different courses, and making judgments about the value of information, arguments, or methods. Taken together, those experiences contributed to our graduates being accepted into graduate programs at Stanford, Cornell, Yale, Notre Dame, University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins, Harvard Divinity School, London School of Economics, and Oxford University, to name a few.
Close relationships with faculty have always been a hallmark of a Randolph College education. Both first-years and seniors reported that they worked harder than they thought they could to meet an instructor’s expectations. Relative to national benchmarks, a significantly greater percentage of both classes reported that they
Randolph College has a rigorous academic program – and an environment that encourages success. Compared with students responding to NSSE nationally, Randolph first-years and seniors reported in significantly higher percentages that
Randolph College engages its first years and seniors in the National Survey of Student Engagement because we care about how our students and how they perceive their experience here. We are proud of the environment we offer – and we work continually to make it even better.