The Campus Recreation Department provides opportunities to all students, faculty and staff to participate in quality recreational services and activities that will enhance total physical, mental and social well-being.
The Office of the University Registrar protects the integrity of The College of William & Mary degree, and upholds and assures consistent application of the academic rules and regulations as set forth by the faculty, Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States government.
Department of Religion courses do not require or assume religious commitment. These courses intend to increase understanding of religious tradition, to teach students how to read texts critically, and how to think and write clearly and coherently.
The Office of Residence Life has overall responsibility for the management of all student residences. It has budgetary responsibility for each of the halls, as well as their condition and upkeep.
The Wendy and Emery Reves Center for International Studies works to develop, enrich and promote the international dimensions of learning, teaching, research and civic engagement at the College. It does so through its education abroad programs, support for international students and scholars, on-campus events and programming, and advancement of internationally-focused scholarship and initiatives.
Richard Bland College in Petersburg, Virginia is the junior college branch of the College of William & Mary.
The Office of Risk Management is responsible for the management of claims against and for the College, which could involve bodily injury, property damage, and other types of loss.
Road Scholar is the nation's first and the world's largest educational and travel organization for adults aged 55 and older. Road Scholar is offered through Learning Odysseys at the College of William & Mary.
This unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at William & Mary with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the U.S. Army.
The Center's broad mission is to enhance the quality of undergraduate teaching and learning. Many of the Center's initiatives seek to fulfill this mission with interdisciplinary academic programs that straddle or fall outside of the department structure in Arts and Sciences. In addition, the Center has a particular interest in recruiting and providing special academic, co-curricular, and scholarship resources for Monroe Scholars and other academically distinguished undergraduate and graduate students.
Training in the language, literature, history, politics and economics of Russia and the former Soviet Sphere of Influence, and examines the rapid changes reshaping this major world region.
Language training and a variety of courses in Russian literature, cinema and culture.