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Randolph College

Randolph College

Randolph College was founded as the Randolph-Macon Woman's College by William Waugh Smith. Established on March 10, 1891, the college became coeducational on July 1, 2007, and was subsequently renamed Randolph College. The campus is spread across 100 acres in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Students of Randolph College can choose from more than 50 majors and minors. The college offers master's degrees in education, and teaching, and pre-professional programs in medicine, education, law, health, business, and physical education. Cooperative career programs, and study abroad opportunities are also provided.

The student body of Randolph College has representatives from over 35 states and more than 30 foreign countries. The athletics department fields teams in basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis, riding, lacrosse, softball, and volleyball. The teams are known as the Wildcats, and they are members of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, and the NCAA Division III.

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Environmental Studies
Environmental Science
Education, General
Curriculum And Instruction
Special Education And Teaching, General
Engineering Physics/Applied Physics
French Language And Literature
Spanish Language And Literature
Classics And Classical Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics, General
English Language And Literature, General
Creative Writing
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Mathematics, General
Biopsychology
Health And Physical Education/Fitness, General
Kinesiology And Exercise Science
Philosophy
Religion/Religious Studies
Chemistry, General
Physics, General
Psychology, General
Dance, General
Drama And Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Fine/Studio Arts, General
Art History, Criticism And Conservation
Music History, Literature, And Theory
Music Performance, General
History, General
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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