Faculty Excellence: Chirashree Bhattacharya, Mathematics Department
Mathematics Associate Professor Chirashree Bhattacharya
is from Ranchi, Bihar, India. She joined the Randolph-Macon faculty in 2003 and
says the college has become a home to her. She was attracted to Randolph-Macon because
of its unique academic opportunities, such as the
Schapiro Undergraduate Research Fellowship, and the close-knit community.
At R-MC, she has developed innovative courses that allow her to combine mathematics
with her love for classical music.
In this video, Bhattacharya explains how Randolph-Macon offers a world-class education
and allows students to grow, explore their areas of interest and maximize their
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only 150 kilometers from Washington, DC. International students benefit
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APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING MATERIALS
Your application is complete once we have received the following materials:
1. Application and personal statement: Your application includes a written
personal statement; use this part of the application to tell us more about who you
are and why you want to attend R-MC. You may choose to:
2. Transcripts: Request your secondary school, as well as any colleges you
may have attended, to mail an official copy of your transcript — along with copies
any additional documents, such as diplomas and/or exam scores (such as GCE "O" Level
or "A" Level exams, HKCEE, HKALE, National Entrance Exam, or SAECE) — to the address
below. Please provide a certified translation of all documents not written in English.
3. Recommendation: Please submit a letter of recommendation from any one
of the following: counselor, teacher, principal or headmaster.
4. English proficiency or SAT test scores: Students whose first language
is not English must take either the
TOEFL or IELTS (Academic version)
test to demonstrate their proficiency with English, or they may take the SAT test.
Minimum accepted English-proficiency test scores:
The SAT Reasoning Test is optional for international applicants, but if you have
taken the SAT, please make sure you request an official score report to be sent
to R-MC from The College
Board, or have a certified copy sent from your secondary school along with
your transcript. We do not require SAT Subject Tests, but we will consider them
if submitted. The college code for R-MC is 5566.
5. Financing your R-MC Education: International student applicants are eligible
to receive academic scholarships
(awarded during the admissions process) but no other financial aid from the college.
You will be required to document your ability to pay the full cost of attendance
and educational expenses (minus any scholarships and grants you are awarded).
6. Enrolling at R-MC: If you are accepted to R-MC, you must submit the following
information before you can enroll at the college:
Once this documentation has been received, and you have paid your enrollment deposit,
the R-MC Office of International
Education will issue you an I-20 immigration form, which will allow you
to obtain an F-1 Student Visa to enter the United States. Learn more about the student
visa and orientation process here.
If you have questions after reading this page, please email Charter Lindley at CharterLindley@rmc.edu or Skype chat
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