Both 2020 W&M summer sessions will be held remotely and residence halls will remain closed for that period. These measures are part of a coordinated effort to support social distancing and reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our area. While the coronavirus pandemic has presented significant challenges, the university is committed to working with students so that they may successfully complete the academic year.
During these difficult days, we recognize that students will also have unique and unforeseen needs. The Dean of Students office has emergency funds available for this purpose. Students with specific needs are encouraged to contact the office at [[deanofstudents]] so we can assess your personal situation.
Frequently asked questions:
- Are you planning to hold in-person classes in the fall?
- How do we retrieve our things at the end of the year?
- Has W&M decided tuition and fees for 2020-21?
- How will W&M celebrate Commencement this year?
"In recent weeks, I have witnessed the Alma Mater of the Nation standing together in the face of a global pandemic. With great strength of purpose, William & Mary students and their families, faculty and staff embraced the work of safeguarding our community while ensuring that our learning and research mission remains strong."
- Katherine A. Rowe, President