Transfer Aid 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 EventsSuccess Stories 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 Financial Aid Programs are available to me? The college has an array of aid programs from college, state and federal sources. Merit-Based Scholarships Grants Two-Year College Transfer Grant Fact Sheet & Application Loans Student Employment In addition to the scholarships offered by Randolph-Macon, you may eligible for private scholarships. What is the process & how do I apply for Financial Aid? You will be considered for academic scholarships based on your academic record received when you apply for admission to the college. If you believe you quality for any of our non-need, non-merit awards, you must submit the Entitlement Eligibility Form available in our Forms Bank. All federal, state and college need-based financial aid programs require that you submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must list our Title IV School Code, 003733, so that we receive your results. What is the priority deadline for submitting my FAFSA application? If Applying for Fall Classes - May 1 If Applying for Spring Classes - December 1 What happens once I apply for Financial Aid? Once we receive your FAFSA results, we will consider you for all available aid programs for which you quality. We will send, via email, an award letter informing you of the aid programs we can offer. How may I contact the Financial Aid Office? The Financial Aid Office is located in Thomas Branch at 114 College Avenue (the same building as the Admissions Office). We welcome questions and encourage visits. To schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor, please contact our office by phone or email.