Randolph-Macon College has over 75 student organizations. These groups support the
overall mission of the
college and are involved in numerous activities, which promote student growth and
development by enriching
the academic experiences and providing opportunities to explore community interests,
publications and other
avenues for involvement.
As you begin to explore the numerous opportunities to get involved, we encourage
you to consider the following:
Student organizations are perfect outlets for you to try new things and meet new
people. Discover the wonders
of Chemistry even if you major in English. Join a choir, plan an event, manage an
organization’s funds as a
treasurer. Find the many ways that you can explore new things and practice the skills
you learn in class.
Student organizations also provide opportunities to work with new people, develop
your own sense of community,
and to explore your interests. Work with a committee to bring a speaker to campus.
Collaborate with other
organizations to make your events bigger and better. Engage in and become part of
the larger R-MC community.
Student organizations will also allow you to challenge what you know about yourself
and the world. Discover
your strengths and weaknesses and new ways to achieve excellence. Learn to be a
leader and work for social
change through your organizations. Constantly look for opportunities for self-evaluation
and skill development.