Freshmen Admissions Close Sub-Nav Menu ApplyFreshmen Admissions Contact Your CounselorHigh School Preparation RequirementsNew Student ProfileSAT Redesign Information Transfer Admissions Reynolds Community College Guaranteed Admissions AgreementRichard Bland College Guaranteed Admissions AgreementResources for Students Earning/Earned AA or ASStudents Who Have Begun Their College Career International AdmissionsCome VisitWhy Randolph-Macon An Extraordinary EducationAn Active Campus LifeJanuary TermFour-Year Degree Guarantee Find Out MoreYour VIP PageVirtual TourThe Edge Career Center Four-Year Career RoadmapBoot CampFocus 2 / The Edge Career ConnectorEmployment Search Resources InterviewingResume vs. CVResources Graduate/Professional School Resources Admissions TestsPersonal Statements Candid CareerInternships Bassett Academic Internships Process: Step-by-Step InstructionsAcademic LiaisonsAcademic Internship Paid/Unpaid InternshipsStudent Stories Futures with The EdgeEmployersNetworking Alumni NetworkingLinkedIn About UsThe Edge Center for Entrepreneurship Events Accepted StudentsAffording College Scholarship & Loan Options Freshman AidTransfer Aid Transfer Merit Awards and Scholarships GrantsLoans Direct Student LoansDirect Parent Loan (PLUS Loan)PLUS Vs. Private LoansPrivate LoansHistorical Lender ListLoan Resources Apply for Scholarships & Aid Financial Aid FormsAdditional Resources Student EmploymentContact Financial Aid Net Price Calculator What You Need To Send 1. Application and Personal Statement (2 Ways to Apply): Apply online. (No application fee.) Use the Common Application. (No application fee.) 2. Secondary School Transcript: Use our Transcript/Recommendation Request Form (PDF) to ask your school to mail an official copy of your transcript. 3. Recommendations: Request a recommendation from your counselor, teacher, principal or headmaster. We require one recommendation; please, no more than three! 4. Standardized Test Scores: We require either the SAT or ACT, and we evaluate all sections. Tests are helpful in our evaluations, but we put the most emphasis on your high school performance. R-MC's SAT code is 5566 and our ACT code is 4386. You may already be aware that the SAT will be launching a redesigned test beginning in March of 2016. For information about how Randolph-Macon will handle the new test and its scores, be sure to read our SAT Redesign Information Page. Optional - ZeeMee Profile: Randolph-Macon is committed to reviewing our applicants holistically. We want students to have the opportunity to show us any additional information they feel will provide a better insight into their application. To better facilitate this, R-MC has partnered with ZeeMee, a website designed to allow students to create their own profile, complete with videos, images, and documents to help bolster their college applications. Creating a ZeeMee profile is completely free and a great way to tell R-MC and other institutions more about yourself. Please note: creating a profile and submitting it with your R-MC application is completely optional — R-MC will not penalize students for not providing a ZeeMee link on their application, nor will we delay the review of an application, once all required materials are received, for the receipt of a ZeeMee profile. What We're Looking For At Randolph-Macon, each applicant is evaluated holistically and on their individual merits. For more information, please see our New Student Profile for a complete picture of our current new student class. Middle 50% SAT Scores: 1000-1200 (Old SAT CR+M; this converts to 1090-1290 on the new SAT) Middle 50% Grade Point Average: 3.3 - 4.0 For more information about required and recommended high school courses for admission, please see our High School Preparation page. Other important dates December 1: Applications for spring semester admissions are due (admissions notification by December 15). January 1: Recommended admissions application deadline for students who qualify to participate in the Presidential Scholars Program. January 1: Recommended deadline for submitting your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the Federal Financial Aid Program (we do not require the CSS Profile). June 1: Final decisions for fall applicants placed on wait list are mailed by this date. Application deadlines are 11:59 PM EST for the date listed. May 1 enrollment deadline is a postmark deadline for postal mail deposits, and 11:59 PM EST for online deposits.