Your home away from home.
For nearly three-quarters of William & Mary undergraduates, the College’s historic, 1,200-acre campus is home for all four years. With that in mind, W&M has spared no expense to provide comfortable, well-equipped housing facilities for everyone.
- All residence halls have wireless high speed Internet access, cable TV, phone jacks and Ethernet connections in each room.
- Freshmen live in one of 7 coed residence halls, all with study lounges, common hangout areas, and laundry facilities, and most with shared kitchens and even pool and foosball tables. Upperclassmen have tons of housing options, including singles/doubles/triples, on-campus apartments with kitchens, roomy seven-person lodges with kitchens or on-campus fraternity and sorority housing.
- Jamestown North and South include awesome amenities like in-room controls for heating and air-conditioning, kitchens and lounges on every floor, soundproof practice rooms, reading rooms and a game room.
- Tribe Square, located at the edge of campus, offers 56 upper level students a unique living opportunity—14 apartments, situated above restaurants.
- One Tribe Place was recently purchased by the College and has been converted from a hotel to a residence hall (private baths!).
- In the fall of 2013 new Fraternity Housing opened including, 12 buildings (11 individual chapter facilities and a community building).
- Some cool special-interest housing options include the fraternity and sorority housing, Africa House, Reves Hall (international affairs), Sharpe Community Scholars House, Mosaic House (interracial, sexuality), and eight Language Houses (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese, and Russian) where students and native speakers communicate exclusively in the target language. ¡Que chido!
- Conveniently located next to the Law School are apartments specifically designed for graduate students.