Roanoke College is an independent, co-educational 4-year liberal-arts college. Founded in 1842, we are the second-oldest Lutheran-related college in America. We seek and welcome students of all races, creeds, nationalities, and ethnic origins.
% enrolled undergraduates that are minority students
% enrolled undergraduates that are Latinx students
Scholarship opportunities for Latinx, first generation, or other underrepresented populations.
We are committed to offering a high quality education at a reasonable cost. That’s why we provide a variety of different payment options that allow you and your family to select the best option for you. We are dedicated to finding a strategy that will make Roanoke a financial reality for you!
Support services for Latinx, first generation, or other underrepresented populations.
Hispanic Organization for Leadership & Achievement (H.O.L.A.) promotes appreciation and understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures, leadership and achievement among Hispanic students at Roanoke College. The Black Student Alliance (BSA) promotes unity and diversity, uplifts and supports culture, and provides support for black students. We help students with adjustments they may face in a college environment. We represent and protect the interests of black students on campus as well as the surrounding community. We hope to increase awareness of black student contributions, issues and ideas. The Lambda Alliance: an organization that encourages the acceptance of sexual diversity, offers a safe environment to discuss issues involving sexuality, and educates people about different sexual orientations. We work hard to alleviate fears and prejudices. We offer a concentration in Latin American & Caribbean studies – Because there’s a surprising lack of knowledge in the United States about this dynamic region, understanding its culture is important for our community. In the works: Latinx Center (Centro de la Raza).