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Fundraising continues for the Martin Science Building expansion and renovation!

We have secured nearly $16.4 million of the revised $23 million campaign goal, and we expect another $3.7 million in historic tax credits, leaving $2.9 million to raise for the project.

Because of your generosity, Randolph College has completed the $250,000 matching challenge opportunity from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. Thank you!

An anonymous alumna of the 1970’s has just issued a matching challenge for the Martin Science campaign. She will give $200,000 by June 30, 2024, if the College succeeds in securing gifts of any amount to meet her match. Give and get matched now.

There is no better time to support rigorous scientific education. For more information about how you can be a part of this exciting project, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at or call 1-877-769-2443.

Martin Science Building

From pioneer to innovatorRandolph continues its rich science tradition with new capital building campaign

“Aunt Maria” Graves was a beloved fixture at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. A former slave thought to have been about 10 years old during the Civil War, she began working at the College when it first opened to students in 1893.

According to a history of the College written by Roberta Cornelius, one day in 1935, Graves stopped President Theodore Jack in the hallway to ask him about the new science building.

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