Intellectual Wellness

Intellectual Wellness is more than being successful in your academics. It is also about expanding your knowledge and skills outside of the classroom and challenging your mind with stimulating and creative pursuits. These pursuits should include personal interests, such as reading books and magazines, writing or learning how to speak another language or play a musical instrument.  Staying up-to-date with current issues and ideas is also an important part of expanding your intellectual wellness.

Swem Library

William and Mary's Earl Gregg Swem Library offers a collection of more than 2 million books, journals, manuscripts, government documents, and films, 28 group study rooms, some with LCD screens, comfortable sofas and chairs,the third floor devoted to quiet study, computers and printing throughout the building and  a staff with over 870 years' expertise working at Swem. Swem's qualified staff provides many services to support your research, teaching, and course projects

Dean of Students Office
The Office of the Dean of Students assists all students, graduate and undergraduate, from their initial orientation to the College through successful completion of their academic and personal goals. The Dean of Students staff advocates for student needs, acts as liaison between students and academic departments, and provides supports and challenges designed to enhance personal growth, as well as a sense of personal authority and responsibility in each student. Their publication (offered online), the "Academic Compass", provides information about topics such as note-taking, test-taking, textbook reading strategies, research skills and money management. Their free workshops provide additional information on strategic learning, studying for exams and time management techniques. Take the Life Values Inventory.

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