Shadow a Student & Class Visits
Thank you to those that participated in our Griffin Shadow program. We do not offer our shadow program in the spring.
Please reach out to [[maura, Assistant Dean Maura Wyrick]] with any questions.
The class visit program is designed to supplement our campus tours and information sessions. By sitting in on a real class, students can experience first-hand why William & Mary consistently ranks among the nation's top universities in commitment to undergraduate teaching. Due to the small size of so many of our classes, visit opportunities are limited and only classes with available seats will appear on the registration page.
There are several, pre-approved class sessions Monday - Friday during the spring semester. Classes designated "COLL 100" or "COLL 150" are our unique freshman seminars, capped at about 15 or 25 students. The below classes are available:
- Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays:
- 9:00-9:50 am - COLL 100: Revolutions (Government)
- 9:00-9:50 am- Sociology & Behavioral Science in Health (Public Health, Pre-Medicine)
- 1:00-1:50pm - COLL 100: Censorship in Music (Music)
- 2:00-2:50 pm - International Security (International Relations)
- Tuesdays, Thursdays:
- 12:30-1:50pm - Caribbean Language & Identity (Africana Studies, Anthropology)
- 12:30-1:50pm- Introduction to Integrative Conservation (Environment & Sustainability, Integrative Conservation)
- 12:30- 1:50pm- Consumer Behavior (Mason School of Business, Marketing)
- 2:00-3:20pm - COLL 150 - Physiology of the Marathon (Kinesiology)
Class Descriptions & Faculty
To find available classes, click "register now" to search by class visit and date. On the date of your arrival, you will need to check-in at the Undergraduate Admission Office (116 Jamestown Road) about 30 minutes before your class visit to receive your classroom location and allow for enough time to walk to the appropriate academic building.
If you are interested in a particular class or department that is not one of our pre-approved classes, please contact department directly. You can also use the dynamic course catalog to search for an open class, and email a professor directly.
Please contact [[ajpozor, Admission Counselor Ola Pozor]] with any questions.