The academic advising system distinguishes W&M as a university that values high-quality faculty/student interaction. Meetings and consultations with faculty advisors are key features of the program preparation and educational development of students.
Academic Support enable students to achieve their educational, personal, and career goals by helping them acquire the skills and confidence needed to become successful in college and in life.
Financial Operations is responsible for providing comprehensive accounting, bursar and payroll services.
The Vice President for Administration provides leadership, planning and coordination to the College's administrative operations to develop and maintain optimal support of W&M's mission and goals.
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Literacy For Life, at The Rita Welsh Adult Learning Center, is specifically designed to serve adults of the Greater Williamsburg Area.
The Africana Studies (AFST) major combines and supplants the former concentration in African Studies and the former major in Black Studies. The AFST major employs rigorous interdisciplinary and comparative approaches for the study of the 1.2 billion people of African descent, a fifth whom are in the Diaspora. The central mission of the program is to prepare students for lifelong learning, graduate study in various fields, and careers in private and public organizations across the globe.
The mission of the AidData Center for Development Policy is to create geospatial data and tools that enable USAID and the broader global development community to more effectively target, coordinate, deliver and evaluate aid.
The Alumni Association is an independent, nonprofit organization that serves William & Mary and its many alumni, students, parents and friends. Governed by a 17-member Board of Directors, the Alumni Association employs 25 staff members in seven departments.
The mission of the American Indian Resource Center is to serve the American Indian community, scholars interested in American Indian culture and history, and the public at large.
The American Studies Program offers students the opportunity to engage with the complex and diverse histories of cultural, racial, and national encounters that, like those of our local area, have come to shape the past and present of the United States, and the Americas.
Andrews Gallery showcases current work in the various media and studio areas taught at the College, including ceramics, painting, drawing, printmaking, architecture, and sculpture. The Gallery features a half-dozen or so exhibitions of invited artists, along with regular exhibitions of work by students and new faculty in the Art & Art History Department.
The Department of Anthropology offers studies in archaeology, cultural anthropology and physical anthropology, in B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. programs. The department's site offers information on courses, faculty, current events, fields and programs, research and more.
The Applied Research Center (ARC) is a research facility in the Jefferson Center for Research and Technology, in Newport News, Virginia. The ARC is an $18 million, seven-story, 122,000 square foot office and laboratory facility.
Applied Science is an interdisciplinary graduate department which offers M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in the physical sciences.
Language training and a variety of English-based courses in Arabic literature and culture.
The Department of Art and Art History offers a B.A. degree, with concentration areas in sculpture, painting, illustration, and printmaking and art history. The site contains information about courses, faculty, facilities and more.
Arts & Sciences is the College's largest academic unit, with several dozen departments and interdisciplinary programs. These departments and programs represent the historic and academic heart of the College of William & Mary, inheriting and building on a long tradition of excellence.
The Arts & Sciences graduate degree program is highly competitive, involves close collaboration with faculty members, and provides opportunities for interdisciplinary study.
Ash Lawn-Highland is a historic house museum, 535-acre working farm, and performing arts site in Albermarle County, Virginia. President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe of New York, owned Ash Lawn-Highland from 1793 to 1826 and made it their official residence from 1799 to 1823.
This multidisciplinary program aims to enrich our understanding of a broadly conceived "Asia" in relation to other parts of the world.
The Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness promotes rigorous self-regulation and continuous improvement within the College and the academy. The Office supports, coordinates, and advances empirically-based efforts to demonstrate that the College is fulfilling its academic mission and enhancing the quality of a William & Mary education within a community of scholars.
The name Tribe perfectly describes the unity and comradery that the College's students/athletes show when competing in the classroom as well as on the field.
Auxiliary Services provide services that support the teaching, research, and community service mission of the College and create a positive impact on student life.