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We are committed to helping you earn your degree and beyond!
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
Radford University is one of the most engaged college campuses for student voting in 2022, according to a new ranking by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.
On Oct. 27, during the fall conference of the Virginia Governor’s Finance Officers Association, the organization presented Bruce Chase, Ph.D., CPA, with a special award “in recognition of dedicated service to Radford University GNAC and support to the VGFOA.”
Education and political leaders gathered at Radford University on Thursday, Oct. 27, for day one of the 2022 Virginia Education Summit, sponsored by the Hunt Institute.
On Wednesday, November 16, the GASA officially launched its Miniature Museum, a permanent display located in the lobby of the McConnell Library featuring tiny works of art created by Radford students.
The COVID-19 pandemic profoundly affected the career trajectory of many professionals when it hit in 2019, and Anna Kate Draper’s experience was no different. Three years later, she is preparing to graduate from the RUC Master of Health Sciences program with a clinical research administration concentration—the first student to ever graduate from RUC with that particular degree concentration.
This week in Highlanders in the News: A Tazewell youth clinic founded by Renee Adair, M.S. ’11, gets some state start-up funding; Vinton business owner Chris McCarty ’89 bids farewell to his rental outlet after three decades; and child psychologists Alli Schreiner, M.S. ‘20, and Ally Marcus ’19 get a celebratory shout-out from Stafford County Schools.