You know that feeling you get when everything clicks? You find yourself in the right place at the right time with the right people, and it suddenly comes to you that you're where you belong?
Many of our students tell us it all clicked for them during a campus visit. It can for you, too. Explore our beautiful 100-acre campus in historic Lynchburg, meet Randolph students and professors who will give you an insider's perspective, sit in on classes, have a one-on-one conversation with an admissions counselor, discuss your scholarship and financial aid options. We strongly encourage juniors and seniors considering applying to Randolph to have a personal interview.
Schedule your visit quickly and easily through our online Personal Visit Scheduler or feel free to contact us directly by phone at 800-745-7692 or 434-947-8100, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
As our guest, we focus on your personal academic and extracurricular interests and set up an individual schedule, whether it's a one-on-one conversation about our Engineering program, an in-depth tour of our science labs, a conversation about study abroad options or a visit to our Riding Center. Campus tours with our Gold Key Guides are available Monday - Saturday. Consult our Personal Visit Scheduler for tour times.
Each Open House includes...
A good "first glimpse" of Randolph can be convenient over the summer, including a campus tour with a Randolph student and a one-on-one meeting with an admissions staff member. However, because custom visit options such as classes and conversations with faculty, aren't available during the summer, we highly encourage summer guests to come back for a second visit once the school year gets started, to get a deeper sense of the extraordinary academic community at Randolph.
Transfer students with strong academic records may attend any of our Open Houses or arrange for an individual meeting with Lisa Davies, our transfer counselor. We invite you to bring an unofficial transcript to receive an instant admission decision, if possible, and an unofficial transfer credit evaluation.