Fall Focus Days

Come preview the William & Mary experience during one of our comprehensive weekend programs!

Finding the college that fits you best is a tough process. Visiting the campuses you are considering is the very best way to explore your options.  During the fall semester, we offer several weekend programs designed to give prospective students a peek into the life of a W&M student in order to get to know the personality of our campus.

Fall Focus Day events are designed to introduce you to many elements of the W&M experience. Hear from faculty, students and community members about the many reasons they feel the university is a unique environment in which to learn, play and grow. Each event will showcase the creative talents of our students by including performances from some of our most well-known student organizations.The day includes a panel of current students plus faculty and campus administrators, an information session given by an admission dean, and also a campus tour led by a student tour guide.

We can't wait to welcome you to campus! Register for a Fall Focus Day!

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Schedule of Events:
Registration: 9:00 AM
 
A World of Talent: 9:45 AM
  • See, hear and experience one of W&M's vibrant student performance groups.
The William & Mary Experience: 10:00 AM
  • Hear from current students, faculty and campus administrators about what makes W&M a unique place.
Admission 101: 10:50 AM
  • Learn more about the academic life of students, campus life and the W&M application process from an admission dean.
Campus Tour: 11:30 AM
  • Explore the sights and sounds of campus. Get an inside look at the W&M experience from our student tour guides.

Please contact [[crward, Assistant Dean Caroline Ward]] with any questions or concerns.

Our dates plus the faculty and staff panelists for this year are listed below. We look forward to having you on campus with us!

Date
Panelist
Saturday, September 14

Rhys Tucker, Program Manager, William & Mary Washington Center

Lauren Garrett, Director of First Year Experience

Saturday, September 21

Doug Young, Associate Professor, Chemistry

Molly DeStafney, Associate Director of Global Education Programs

Saturday, September 28

Dorothy Osborne, Assistant Dean for Academic Programs & Students Services, School of Education

Taylor Locks, Assistant Director for Residence Life

Sunday, October 6

Kelly O'Shaughnessy, Assistant Director, Early Career Engagement, Cohen Career Center

James Olver, Faculty Director of General Programs, Mason School of Business, Associate Professor of Marketing

Saturday, November 2

 Jennifer Leung, Associate Director of Student Leadership Development

Ben Boone, Associate Director, Center for the Liberal Arts

Saturday, November 9

Kimberly Weatherly, Assistant Dean and Director, Center for Student Diversity

Beverly Sher, Health Professions Advisor (Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Pharm)

Saturday, November 16

 Christine Nemacheck, Pre-Law Advisor and Government Professor, Director of the Center for the Liberal Arts

Ginia Anderson, Assistant Director of Financial Aid