A historic place to learn.

William & Mary’s historic campus has always been an inspiring place to learn and build lifelong relationships. State of-the-art facilities provide the ideal teaching and learning environments and encourage cutting-edge research and exceptional athletic competition. The College’s success owes much to such recent projects as the renovated and expanded Swem Library, the restored Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka, the Integrated Science Center and the Jimmye Laycock Football Center.

With the current construction of the Mason School of Business’s Alan B. Miller Hall, the new Cohen Career Center and the new School of Education building, as well as maintenance of the College’s historic buildings, private support will again prove vital in building a campus capable of supporting the College’s talented students and faculty.