explore areas of study

55+ majors, minors and concentrations, countless combinations

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high impact internships

Test your passions, build your resume.

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support for your studies

From faculty mentors to peer coaches and tutors, your own personal booster club.

take your studies abroad

Travel with faculty or spend a semester in one of 40 countries.

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january term

It’s optional, but with options this good, why wouldn’t you?

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  • 10:1
    Student-to-faculty ratio
  • 100%
    classes and labs led by faculty (never TAs!)
  • 61%
    RMC grads who earn more than one major/minor

This path you’ll shape

You’ll bridge what you’re learning to what life will ask of you.
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see how ideas connect

Your professors and advisers will show you how to connect topics from across the RMC curriculum. You’ll dig on the subjects that excite you. You’ll graduate ready to make connections in the real world that ensure you can make an impact.

“I tell all my students that at some point, all your courses are going
to start talking to each other.”

Professor Anne Throckmorton, History Department Chair

get up close to new knowledge

When you’re front and center in the classroom and the lab, you get opportunities that can only happen at this scale. Professors know your name, and what you care about – and they’ll help you uncover the next step in your learning.

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support when you need it

It happens so many ways: with peer leaders who’ll reach out even before your first day on campus. Alongside professors and staff invested in your academic success. And in the Edge Career Center and its individualized career advising.

build skills to excel anywhere

The thing about a connected curriculum? It’s a microcosm for a connected world. You’ll graduate with skills that employers say are in short supply – critical thinking, professional communication, and problem solving. That’s why our alumni say what they learned at RMC serves them for life.

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Graduate Studies at RMC

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The Physician Assistant program’s White Coat Ceremony celebrates the journey ahead for students as they pursue their degrees in PA Studies.

master’s in physician Assistant (PA) studies

Randolph-Macon launched its first graduate degree in January 2023 with a cohort of 24 students in PA studies. The program, with state-of-the-art facilities on the third floor of the College’s Duke Hall, aims to educate PAs in a model that emphasizes health equity and address gaps in healthcare delivery.

Randolph-Macon’s two-year PA training targets the current and evolving health system, provider, and patient needs. This preparation includes classroom, lab, and clinical training.