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Because the school is small, Randolph College is a good place to start for incoming freshmen whom feel timid about entering the college environment. With a beautiful, quaint 50 acre campus that is enclosed by a red brick wall and a student population of about 500, freshmen can become quickly adjusted to living independently from their parents and can establish several relationships with others from the beginning. The classroom size is small as well: on average, there are 15 to 20 students in each general education class (i.e. 100-level Math, History, English, Science) and less than 10 students per degree-focused class (i.e. 300-level and above). Because the classroom is small, consistently skipping class is not recommended and will not get you by, so if you are planning to sleep in a lot during the year, you better think twice before hitting that snooze button!» Read More