Randolph-Macon College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
A good school, but have a plan before you start. Don't get lost in the Greek Life or you will be attending for 5-6 years for an undergraduate degree.
Overall, the college is awesome. I'm glad i choose this college to attend, even if sometimes it gets on my nerves. But choosing R-MC as it is a liberal arts, I personally see myself getting the education that I expected to receive when I went to college. I have learned a lot, not just about my major but about other subjects that I wouldn't have thought I would like/be interested in learning unless I came to a liberal arts college. Probably like most colleges, R-MC has their flaws. 1. R-MC dining hall (Estes) is not that good at all. It has its good days, but it's mostly bad days. 2. Mary Branch shouldn't be a dorm at all! It has no AC which is horrible during the summer. 3. A lot of the professors are great, but there are a couple that should be fired and shouldn't be aloud to teach. All of the staff I have talked to have been friendly and helpful when I needed them to be. I've never had a problem with the staff for the 4 years I went to R-MC. 4. They should install better lighting in parking lots, I know in the Conrad/KA frat parking lot, there isn't that much lighting which is kind of scary at night, especially when you are by yourself. 5. Improve the WiFi, I feel like our internet crashes or something is wrong with it at least once a day if not more. I feel like for the money most students pay to go to R-MC, we don't see the money going towards things that we should. Just to name a few; upgrading the food service to a different company other than Chartwells or building MORE parking because it sucks finding a parking spot that isn't all the way across campus most of the times.
I loved it. Would not change my decision to go there. The teachers, the staff, makes it all worthwhile when crippling debt settles in