90's Initiative - Take The Challenge

Because of the critical importance of unified alumni support, and because the 1990s decade represents the greatest growth potential in terms of support for the College, the Randolph-Macon Board of Associates has launched an initiative focusing specifically on the '90s decade.

Why Now?

Increased alumni support means that Randolph-Macon College is able to rise in national rankings, improving our ability to continue to attract the best and brightest students and enhance the value of every degree received from the College. Your support is also helping Randolph-Macon undergo an amazing transformation as part of Building Extraordinary: The Campaign for Randolph-Macon College, which is designed to gather the necessary resources to position the college for the next level of excellence. Together, those who love Randolph-Macon have an unprecedented opportunity to honor our tradition of excellence by upgrading our facilities, enhancing learning opportunities for students and ensuring our ability to be responsive to an ever-changing world. Now is the time for Randolph-Macon AND now is the time for you to support your alma mater!

We Need Your Photos!

We are looking for photos from your time as a student. Please look through your photo albums and send in your most memorable moments that you are willing to have us post! We hope to gather some fun shots of you and your friends at events and activities such as:

  • Graduation

  • Earth Day and other concert events

  • Rush Week & Bid Turn-in & Greek Week

  • Tailgating

  • R-MC/H-SC Bus Trips

  • Intramurals

  • Exams

First on the wish list are some photos from Earth Day. Certainly someone has some they can share from any of them, but especially any from the Dave Matthews or Widespread Panic years. You can send photo submissions to alumnioffice@rmc.edu. If you prefer to send the actual photo, please send it to the Advancement Office at P.O. Box 5005, Ashland, VA 23005 and it will be scanned and returned. Please share this post to anyone you think might have photos.