Randolph-Macon College continues to improve its campus facilities to support the experience of our student body.

Our 125-acre campus, in the heart of Ashland, has grown to more than 60 buildings, thanks in large part to the generosity of our alumni and friends. These new facilities are home to new programs, new teams, and important new initiatives that enhance the experience of our entire community.

Current and Recent Projects

A men's locker room in Crenshaw gym .

Crenshaw Gym

As a Division III College, Randolph-Macon offers an intense and competitive basketball environment for student-athletes who play for the love of the game, without the lure of top athletic scholarships in an integrated environment focusing on academic success.

Duke Hall

Opened in winter 2023, this new home to RMC Athletics and our new graduate PA program began construction in September 2021.

Duke Hall with a crane in front. place the cupola on top of the building
A photo of the Center for the Performing Arts taken from outside at night

Center for the Performing Arts

Renovated and expanded, Blackwell Auditorium, Cobb-Kesler Theater, and new rehearsal and office spaces support our talented performers.

Payne Hall

This 30,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility houses Randolph-Macon’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program and provides well-equipped classrooms and offices for general academic use.

A photo of Payne Hall from the outside
Image of Estes DIning hall from the inside

Estes Dining Hall

This light-filled addition brings additional seating to Estes as part of a three-stage improvement project focused on this deliciously important part of campus life!

Randolph-Macon Memorial Garden

In recognition of the lifelong connection to Randolph-Macon that so many of us have experienced, the Boydton Society consulted with the leadership at the College to locate an appropriate space to serve as the final resting place for members of the Randolph-Macon family. The College created a lovely memorial garden in the shadow of Old Chapel on the historic campus.

Three people with shovels standing in the Randolph-Macon Memorial Garden