Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:19:42Z
I only take online and correspondence courses. I do not go to campus, and don't really care about the overall experience...I just take the classes I need...they're necessary.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:18:56Z
I work full time, and I only take online and correspondence courses, I don't have a nightlife....I do homework...at home.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:17:52Z
Health & Safety:
I take online and correspondence courses...I do not go the campus very often, and don't know if they have safety and security issues.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:13:02Z
I only take correspondence and online courses
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:12:26Z
There are no scholarships available for part time students...which means I will remain part-time so I can maintain enough jobs to pay for school.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:11:38Z
I only take online/correspondence courses
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:09:34Z
I only take online/correspondence courses...thru a local community college. There is no Greek life as far as I know, and if there was, I really wouldn't care. I don't see how fraternities and sororities are necessary....they encourage formation of cliques and social echelons, which I don't think have any place in education.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:07:24Z
I don't use the computers on campus as I only take online and correspondence courses. However, the student website and portal is very confusing to use, not completely compatible with any browser I have found...unless you use an outdated version with minimal security, and the IT support is completely useless. The students they have working there know very little about computers, or their job, or how to troubleshoot.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:05:09Z
There are several campuses...some are larger than others. The smaller campuses have smaller parking lots, but there are always spots available at the campuses I visit. The larger ones usually have parking garages, and, in the morning, at least, there are ample spots available. Permits are free.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-20T12:03:45Z
I am currently enrolled in a community college, but only take online or correspondence courses. I am only taking a few extra courses that I need to apply to a specific DVM program. So I do not have much interaction with the campus.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:50:23Z
The Amtrak, Greyhound, or carpooling is the way to go.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:47:51Z
Most nightlife is on-campus.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:47:12Z
The class sizes are tiny and it makes for an excellent learning environment. The school will work with you to create your own major if the one you desire is not offered.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:45:01Z
There is no Greek life, however, there are a number of secret societies.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:43:36Z
Randolph attracts a variety of students from a variety of backgrounds. Almost a quarter of the student population are international students.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:41:17Z
Almost everyone is here on a scholarship or has a ton of financial aid, never trust the sticker price.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:38:45Z
Only commuter students are allowed to live off-campus. There is specialty housing for older students or "super seniors".
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:36:36Z
A lot of people here have sports scholarships but athletes are expected to be excellent students as well. Soccer and lacrosse are major sports here and all the games are free.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:34:18Z
I'm a history major and the department is the best. All of the professors are extremely passionate about their subjects and love to discuss it with you individually in great detail. The workload is somewhat large, but the education you get is unmatched. The small class sizes don't suck either.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:34:18Z
The workload is hard and the professor will know if you don't do it because the class sizes are so small. All of the work is worth it and no of it is busy work. For such a small school there is an abundance of different classes you can take. Registration is relatively easy, you will most likely get all of the classes you want because the school is so small.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:28:57Z
Virginia definitely has all four seasons.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:28:30Z
The campus food is really good and they usually have a nice variety. However, it can get really repetitive and the hours of available dining aren't great.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:27:01Z
Lynchburg is a surprisingly vibrant city, but it's hard to do things off-campus if you don't have a car.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:25:29Z
Labs usually aren't terribly crowded, but it is a lot easier to do your work on your own computer.
Everyone in the school gets a certain quota of free paper, it increases every year. For first years its 450 sheets.
The speed of the network isn't fabulous, but wireless is available everywhere on campus.
College Freshman 2013-11-20T03:22:32Z
When it comes to the Honor Code, Randolph is the best. Almost everyone on campus respects it. It is expected that every student and faculty member obeys it. There are no proctors during tests, because if anyone attempts to cheat, someone else will report them.
The alcohol policy is very lenient, there is also a 'Good Samaritan' policy. The drug policy is a different story.
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