W&M in Washington is an academic program housed in the William & Mary Washington Office. It is the biggest initiative of the Washington Office, staffed by a Program Director and a Program Assistant, and operating during the Fall and Spring semesters of the academic year.
The Washington, D. C. Office supports the academic mission of the college by providing student interaction with policy makers and a wide spectrum of practitioners; supports faculty and staff initiatives; and facilitates access to resources in the nation's capital.
The village of Werowocomoco was the residence of the Virginia Algonquin chief Powhatan and the political center of the Powhatan chiefdom during the early 1600s. The Werowocomoco Research Group is studying the history and physical remains of the site.
The leading journal in its field of interest, The William and Mary Quarterly publishes refereed scholarship in history and related disciplines from initial Old World-New World contacts to the early nineteenth century and beyond. Its articles, notes and documents, and reviews range from British North America and the United States to Europe, West Africa, the Caribbean, and the Spanish American borderlands.
The William and Mary Real Estate Foundation's mission is to acquire, hold, manage, sell, lease and participate in the development of real properties in support of the educational goals of the College.
W&M contracts with the Williamsburg Campus Child Care (WCCC) to operate its program. WCCC is a nonprofit organization which has had a successful program in Williamsburg since 1981 and a tradition of close cooperation with the College.
The library's 380,000 volume collection, comfortable building and service-oriented staff offers students and other users an excellent setting for study and research.
The William & Mary Women's Network are the women faculty members and women administrators at the College of William & Mary.
Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary academic program designed to aquaint students with current scholarship on women, gender, feminist theory and research.
Among the scenic locations on campus can be found more than 300 species and varieties of woody plants, a living archive that also supports research by faculty and students at the College. This collection is known as "The Baldwin Memorial Collection of Woody Species" after John T. (J.T.) Baldwin, Jr., professor of biology from 1946 to 1974.
World Minded is a newsletter published each semester by the Reves Center for International Studies.
The Wren Chapel is part of the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest academic building in continuous use in the United States.
The Sir Christopher Wren Building at the College of William & Mary in Virginia is the oldest academic building in continuous use in the United States.
All students at the College must fulfill two writing requirements before they graduate: the Lower-Division Writing Requirement and the Major Writing Requirement. The Writing Program website will help guide students through these requirements while faculty can learn about and request to offer a Freshman or University 'W' Seminar.
The Writing Resources Center, located on the first floor of Swem Library, offers both writing and oral communication assistance to members of the College community at no charge. We assist people at all stages of the writing and oral communication processes, from prewriting to the final touches.