This annual student-driven fundraising campaign helps students become part of the longstanding Randolph-Macon alumni tradition of giving. Randolph-Macon encourages our graduating classes to give back in meaningful ways to help provide support for future Yellow Jackets.

If you need additional information about giving, why you should give, or how it impacts our students, please contact:
Rick Golembesk, Executive Director of Annual Giving

About the Senior Class Gift

Why Support the Senior Class Gift?

  • Gifts, like those from alumni, parents, students, and friends of Randolph-Macon College, support financial aid and other student needs. This is important because 99% of students receive some form of financial aid, totaling over $30 million from all sources.
  • Tuition only covers about 85% of what it costs to educate a Randolph-Macon student for one year. The remainder must come from endowment income, corporate and foundation grants, and most importantly, gifts from individuals like you.
  • This year we hope the Class of 2024 will make its mark by increasing participation to 90%! Please join us today by making your commitment online.
Two students and President Lindgren pose with a giant check during commencement.

Senior Class Gift Goal

The 2024 Senior Class Gift Committee’s goal is to achieve 90% giving participation. The Senior Class Gift Committee is confident that the Class of 2024 can rise to the challenge and surpass last year’s participation rate. Make your gift today to the Senior Class Gift. Please donate online or see a member of the Senior Class Gift Committee. This year, the Senior Class Gift Chairs are: Abby All, Lilly Bull, and Adele Huffman.

Class of 2024: Are you interested in becoming a part of the Senior Class Gift Committee?

Committee membership is a great way to

  • Make a difference in the lives of future students
  • Gain valuable fundraising and volunteer experience with real world applications

New members are being recruited continuously! To learn more or sign up, please contact:
Lauryn Stewart, Assistant Director of Annual Giving