R-MC won the Virginia Program of the Year Award for the
second year in a row.
On February 25, 2013 Randolph-Macon College won the Virginia Program of the Year
Award for its Down Campus Resident Assistant
Educational Program, an Exam Week Study Break Bingo program, for the second year
in a row.
The award was presented at the Virginia Association of College and University Residence
Halls (VACURH) conference, which took place February 22-24, 2013 at Norfolk State
R-MC Resident Assistants who planned the event were
Dustin Baellow ’13, Brandy Hamilton ’15, Laura Young ’14, Raven Campbell
’14, Sarah Maxwell ’15 and Jacob Parente ’15.
The award-winning educational program was an exam-week-themed program that provided
freshmen with a fun study break combined with valuable tips about final exams. The
program also included information on effective study habits and healthy snack options.
John Hollemon III ’13
and Souad Glover ’13
presented the program to the state board.
“Winning the Program of the Year award for two consecutive years is an incredible
accomplishment for our organization,” says Hollemon. “I knew that R-MC’s quality
residential programs could compete with the best, and this year we once again proved
it true.” Baellow agrees.
“It was an honor to see the hard work we put in recognized on such a high level,”
“The program helped ease the stress of studying while giving students useful tips
on how to be successful in exam-taking,” says Glover.