scholarships and academic aid

You are automatically considered for funding that rewards the hard work you’ve done when you apply.

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calculate your net price

Our calculator will help you figure it out the real cost for you. It’s 10 minutes well-spent.

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four-year degree guarantee

We’ll take care of any additional course costs if it takes longer. It’s our promise.

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need-based aid

Qualify for additional financial aid by completing the FAFSA.

let’s talk financial aid

We’ll work closely with you throughout the financial aid process.

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investing in you The value and (real) cost of this education

We understand that college is an important—and expensive— investment.

You are making a significant investment in a highly personalized educational experience at RMC—one that is focused on each student’s interests, talents, and career goals. And one in which faculty, staff, coaches, and advisers closely work with students to create individual pathways to success after college.

In short, you invest in us. We invest in you.

We work with families to ensure students aren’t saddled with outsized debt after graduation.

And as important as the investments of time, energy, and expertise are, we also make significant financial investments in our students’ futures: Each year, we commit more than $45 million to scholarships and financial aid funds. We work with families to ensure students aren’t saddled with outsized debt after graduation.


Every family’s financial situation is different. Your income level and personal savings are just a couple of the variables.

But we encourage you to get in touch with us to explore your options. We’ll work closely with you to put together a plan specific to your family’s circumstances, factoring in the many types of available funding sources.

  • 99%
    receive scholarships and grants from Randolph-Macon
  • $26,500
    average cost paid per year, after scholarships and aid
  • $5,000
    paid in tuition assistance to every Virginia resident, regardless of need

Other Ways to Finance Your Education

loans and other resources

Our guide to loans and other resources that may be part of your financial aid package.

student employment

Working on campus helps to build your resume and pay for college.

meet the team

Providing your family with personalized guidance about educational costs and financing options is part of our college-wide commitment to student success.

HOURS: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. M-F
CONTACT: (804) 752-7259

We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about how we can work together to make an RMC education possible.

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Julie Hickman-Godoy

Director of Financial Aid

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Jackie Smithers

Financial Aid Operations Assistant

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Jim Woods

Assistant Director of Financial Aid

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Marcie Krause

Assistant Director of Financial Aid

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Sarah Doggett

Administrative Assistant