R-MC Campus Master Plan
Phase one of Randolph-Macon College’s Campus Master Plan is well underway. Development
of the Plan, which was approved in February 2009 by the college’s Board of Trustees,
was a collaborative process involving faculty, staff, students, alumni, trustees
and members of the surrounding community. The Plan is intended to take the college
well into the next 20 to 30 years by suggesting the best use of the college’s land
and facility resources.
Priorities for Phase One consist of several projects centered on academics, athletics
and student life:
a 108-bed, suite-style freshmen residence facility opened in August 2011. The building
has a geothermal HVAC system and will include a central living area for all freshmen.
Construction on the John B. Werner
Pavilion at the McGraw-Page Library
was completed in September 2012. The 3,300-square-foot pavilion provides a 24/7
The new Hugh Stephens Field
at Estes Park was completed in spring 2011.
The new football field was moved to a north-south position. The new
Day Field opened in September 2012.
Haley Hall renovations are complete and include new furniture, new doors
and windows, and classroom upgrades with audio visual equipment.
Fox Hall renovations of new furniture, new windows and classroom
upgrades are complete.
Smith Street was moved about a block north of its original location
to give the college much-needed contiguous expansion room for new athletic and residential