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About Randolph College

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What courses does Randolph College offer?

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Applied and Pure Sciences
Applied and Pure Sciences
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Education and Training
Education and Training
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Humanities
Humanities
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Creative Arts and Design
Creative Arts and Design
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Social Studies and Media
Social Studies and Media
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Health and Medicine
Health and Medicine

Departments

Biology Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Economics and Business Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Chemistry Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Classics Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Communication Studies Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Dance Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

English Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Environmental Studies Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

Global Studies Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

History Department

2500 Rivermont Avenue, LYNCHBURG, Virginia, United States, 24503.

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About the accommodation

Residence in a College residence hall is required of all undergraduate students except those who are classified as Day Students (those who reside with their parents or spouse within a 50-mile radius of the campus) or Prime Time students. Students residing in the College residence halls must maintain a full-time course load as a condition of residency. Resident students may not rent or lease in part or whole any off-campus dwelling during the period of their enrollment without specific permission from the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students. Only students who are properly enrolled and have paid room and board fees may occupy residence hall rooms on campus. The charge for room and board provides a furnished room and board exclusive of the recess periods at Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Mid-Year Break, and Spring Break. College residence halls and the dining hall are closed during the break between semesters. While students may make arrangements to stay on campus during fall, Thanksgiving, and Spring Breaks, the dining hall is closed. Students may be required to transfer their possessions from their room at the end of the fall term for consolidation or renovation purposes if enrollment levels or the best interest of the College dictate the move. Students leaving possessions at the College during recess periods do so at their own risk. Students will complete a residence hall room status report upon check-in each year, and rooms will be inspected each semester. Students will be charged for damage to individual rooms and their college furnishings unless the identity of others responsible for the damage is known and the charges are paid in full by these individuals.

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