Visiting W&M

Do I need to register for an information session and tour?
Does W&M offer an overnight hosting program?
Can I visit a class while I am on campus?
I registered to attend an Admission Office program online. When will I receive confirmation of my registration?
I added myself to the mailing list.  When will I receive information from William & Mary?

Do I need to register for an information session and tour?

Registration for information sessions and tours is strongly recommended but not required, and attendance at a campus visit has no impact on admission decisions. During our busier seasons we must occasionally close registration due to space limitations.  School or special groups of 10 or more must arrange for a campus tour by emailing Senior Assistant Dean [[nrlyte,Tish Lyte]] at least two weeks prior to your intended date of visit.
Back to Top

Does W&M offer an overnight hosting program?

Unfortunately, we do not offer overnight visits arranged through our office. We encourage students to visit campus and to contact any friends or students they know at W&M to arrange their own overnight visit.
Back to Top

Can I visit a class while I am on campus?

We do offer a classroom visitation program for students. Please go to The Classroom Visitation Program for information and instructions.
Back to Top

I registered to attend an Admission Office program online. When will I receive confirmation of my registration?

Typically, we confirm online registration through email the week of our events. Our confirmation emails will include specific times, locations and directions.
Back to Top

I added myself to the mailing list. When will I receive information from William & Mary?

Your name and address will be added to our mailing list. Admission materials are typically mailed late in the summer before your senior year of high school and are available until our application deadline, January 1st. You may receive e-mail correspondence regarding programs and services before that time, but typically materials are mailed late in the summer before your senior year.
Back to Top