Sustainability is important to Randolph College students; more than ten percent are actively involved in two clubs that have a clear focus on environmental issues and in several other organizations that strive to improve the campus socially and environmentally. A generous number of additional students works on issues of environmental concern as individuals and as members of ad hoc groups.
The Environmental Club is one of the oldest clubs on campus. Over the past few years, its dedicated student members have participated in a variety of activities on and off campus, organizing numerous awareness events and spearheading the creation of many important projects to promote sustainability:
The Food & Justice Club is a newer club but no less involved in campus initiatives. It operates the The Red Door Cafe, and has collaborated closely with the members of the Organic Garden to promote healthy, local, organic food. The club has organized awareness campaigns on campus and runs a popular Organic Garden Market to sell fresh produce, home-baked bread, granola, and other goodies.