Construction of the new Theta Chi fraternity house will begin this spring.
Birdsong Residence Hall, currently under construction, will provide state-of-the-art suite-style housing for seniors.
Scholarship recipients and their benefactors gathered for the Annual Scholarship Banquet on March 12, 2014.
Frank E. "Pepper" Laughon Jr. '59 has been named a Greater Richmond Business Hall of Fame Laureate.
Joan and Macon Brock Jr. '64 are the recipients of the Council of Independent Colleges Award for Philanthropy.
On November 16, 2013, the R-MC Athletic Department dedicated the new Emby '86 and Woody '84 Staub Athletic Training Center in Alumni Gym.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony, held during Family Weekend, was an opportunity for gratitude and celebration.
Renovations to the Copley Science
Center began in summer 2013.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will
be held on October 5, 2013 at 10:30 a.m.
Yellow Jacket pride is everywhere at Randolph-Macon
College—including on the top of several buildings.
The Banks Tennis Center has been recognized
as the top new outdoor tennis facility.
Construction began in July
2013 on Birdsong Hall, an exciting addition to the R-MC campus.
Pam and Charlie Wilson
'74 have pledged $38,000 to R-MC, but only if fellow alumni give before Sunday,
View the latest slideshow of photos of Brock
Commons, which is scheduled for completion within the next month.
Watch the cupola being installed
on Brock Commons on Friday, March 8, 2013!
Watch R-MC’s newest centerpiece,
a four-ton cupola, being installed in four parts on Brock Commons. (VIDEO and slideshow)
View the latest construction progress on
Brock Commons, R-MC's new student center. (SLIDESHOW)
More than 500 alumni, parents
and friends met the challenge.
Updates on Brock Commons,
Birdsong Residence Hall and Copley Science Center. (VIDEO)
Construction will begin
soon for the new John B. Werner Pavilion at McGraw-Page Library.
R-MC Receives an Extraordinary
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The landscape of the R-MC campus
continues to undergo a renaissance.
Brock Commons Construction
Brock Commons Construction Update
Dedication of Werner
Pavilion and Day Field
President Robert R.
Lindgren's Speech - Werner Dedication
Werner Pavilion Dedication
Andrews Hall Earns Gold LEED Certification
Randolph-Macon On the Move-
Get an update on construction projects
currently underway at R-MC.
The lot has been cleared for the
new Brock Commons, R-MC’s new student center.
Watch a time-lapse video of the new stadium
lights being installed around the field.
Can you hear that? It’s the
sound of great things happening at R-MC.
Randolph-Macon College students,
faculty and staff watched as demolition began on the Frank E. Brown Campus Center
on March 21, 2012.
R-MC has announced plans to construct
a new and modern student campus center.
R-MC will hold a groundbreaking ceremony
on Saturday, December 3, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.
R-MC to Build New Student Campus Center
I am honored
to be a part of the dedication of Andrews Hall.
R-MC has met its initial fundraising goal for
the renovation of Day Field.
The Andews Hall dedication took
place on Saturday, October 1, 2011.
Rev. Ira Andrews spent the first
night in residence hall named for him.
R-MC has received a lead gift of
$10 million from Joan and Macon F. Brock Jr. ’64.
The Campaign for R-MC, launched with $67 million in gifts already committed.
The gift will establish the Dr. Paul H. Wornom
Joan and Macon Brock Jr. '64 Announce
$10 Million Lead Gift
R-MC Receives $3 Million Gift From Dr. Paul
H. Wornom '37