The Center for Student Research helps students at Randolph College engage in meaningful research that enhances their education and their preparation for graduate studies, careers, and other opportunities after college.
Founded in 2012, the Center administers three programs that foster, encourage, and reward research activities. The Summer Research Program allows students to conduct research in the summer, working closely with their professors to answer challenging questions. The Symposium of Artists and Scholars brings the campus community together to honor the best student research and arts each spring. And Randolph’s Innovative Student Experience (RISE) awards up to $2,000 to support research, creative works, and other scholarly activities to students, who may apply at any time to use a grant for projects beginning in their second year.
The Center holds various programs throughout the year to help students learn about these programs, as well as events designed to highlight successful research.