For fall, William & Mary has moved to a phased re-opening that will host fewer students on-campus prior to Labor Day. This dedensification is in response to regional health trends, stricter state guidelines put into effect in late July and the university's ongoing commitment to facilitate a safe and healthy return to campus.
The university has developed Path Forward: Fall 2020 guidelines and resources to facilitate this transition. These measures are part of a coordinated effort to support physical distancing and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Is COVID-19 testing available from the university?
- Are you planning to hold in-person classes in the fall?
- Do the state's guidelines regarding face coverings apply on campus?
"The dedication, creativity, and understanding with which you approach this challenge continue to inspire us. We are grateful for your thoughtful input and feedback – directly and via your deans. Please keep that coming so that we can continue to benefit from your best thinking." — Katherine A. Rowe, President & Peggy Agouris, Provost