Randolph is a city in Riley County, Kansas, United States. The population was 175 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Manhattan, Kansas Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Randolph was originally located a mile east of its present location.
When the Tuttle Creek Lake began filling up in 1962, it affected ten towns and entirely submerged four of them (from north to south): Cleburne at 39°31′49″N 96°38′6″W / 39.53028°N 96.635°W / 39.53028; -96.635, Randolph, Garrison Cross and Stockdale. The only town to rebuild elsewhere was Randolph, where the streets are named after the submerged towns.