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We are here for you. We want all Highlanders to be successful and feel confident about their studies, life on campus and sense of belonging. The Highlander Success Center is here to help you from day one. Whether you are a new to Radford and need to make connections or you need help deciding what classes to take, we can help.
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Nestled in the stunning landscape of southwest Virginia
Radford University encourages you to explore your interests in the classroom, on campus, and in the beautiful outdoors. From fashion design to cybersecurity, from managing a stock porfolio to archaelogical digs, and from clinical work with patients to a real-world ambulance simulator - you have opportunities to grow and learn in a forward-thinking, close-knit environment.
It's a Highlander Life
This week in Highlanders in the News: Two student veterans, President Danilowicz and Radford’s Military Resource Center all get their close-ups on a popular Lifetime television program; Ronald Gunn ’82 is recognized as a Virginia healthcare leader; and Kayla Burd Trujillo, B.B.A. ’15, vaults into her high school’s hall of fame.
Radford University was included on U.S. News & World Report’s individual lists this year for “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs,” “Best Online Master’s in Education Programs” and “Best Online Master of Business Administration Programs.”
Radford University students, faculty and staff celebrated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 17, with a day of service throughout the Radford, Roanoke and New River Valley communities.
A large group of curious sixth graders from Chestnut Grove Middle School in King, North Carolina, traveled nearly 100 miles to visit Radford University’s Center for the Sciences on Jan. 11, 2023. They explored and learned from Radford faculty and students about astronomy, botany, chemistry, physics and even some science involving zombies.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Roanoke County’s longtime assistant police chief Chuck Mason, ’99, M.S. ’09, brings a half-century of law enforcement experience to his role as an adjunct professor of criminal justice; Robert Miller, M.S. ’06, opens the doors of his music center to help those affected by tragedy; and a campus recreation magazine drops in on Radford’s Esports Center.
If you’re a James Joyce fan, tune in to the “With Good Reason” radio program this week to hear Radford University Professor of English Jolanta Wawrzycka, Ph.D., speak about the Irish author’s route through Bloomsday in Dublin.