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All students at William & Mary have access to a wide range of resources. There are also opportunities tailored specifically for our graduate students, such as the professional development offered through our GRAD courses and specialized programs offered through the Cohen Career Center. The Graduate Student Association for Arts & Sciences exists to represent the interestes of our students, and the Ombudsperson acts as a source of information and assistance concerning graduate life generally and College-related academic and non-academic rules, regulations, and procedures.
Our graduate students participate in every aspect of campus life – they have their own residence hall, may sign up for a meal plan, and use the Counseling Center, Health Center or Recreation Center. Child care and disability services are available to those who need it. Williamsburg is a growing college town within day-tripping distance of several major urban areas, including Washington, D.C..
Most graduate students have financial support through teaching or research assistantships, and there are other funding opportunities to help cover research, travel, or conference costs. The weekly newsletter "Did You Know That?" keeps students informed of these and other resources.