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The Geology Department is located in McGlothlin-Street Hall on William & Mary’s old campus at latitude 37.2703˚ N, longitude 76.7118˚ W.  The Geology Department’s main office is located on the 2nd floor, room 228.  In the Fall of 2016, the Geology Department expanded into three offices and two laboratories on the 3rd floor of McGlothlin-Street Hall.

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Driving Directions

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From College Corner (the V-shaped intersection of Jamestown and Richmond Roads) and turn right on the first street, Landrum Drive. McGlothlin-Street Hall is on the right, behind Landrum and Chandler dormitories and is the southwesternmost building that faces the Sunken Garden.


Visitors are encouraged to obtain a Visitor Parking Pass, available for a fee from Parking Services at 201 Ukrop Way. With a Visitor Parking Pass, you can park in any campus space designated for visitors, faculty/staff, or students (unless restricted "at all times"); and, if appropriate, at any space reserved for the disabled.Map of Virginia

Metered spaces, very few in number, are also available to visitors. Campus parking is regulated and closely enforced from Monday at 7:30am through Friday at 5:00pm. Other times, unless the spaces are subject to specific restrictions, campus parking is open to the public.

In many areas adjacent to the College, street parking is subject to certain restrictions. Read the signs carefully to avoid being ticketed.

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Flight Travel

Three airports are convenient to Williamsburg: Richmond International Airport (RIC), Norfolk International Airport (ORF), and Newport News/Williamsburg Airport (PHF). Richmond and Norfolk are each about an hour from the College by car; Newport News is about 40 minutes. Keep in mind that there is a tunnel between Norfolk and Williamsburg, which can sometimes cause traffic delays. All airports offer shuttle service to Williamsburg and the College.

Train Travel

Amtrak offers train service to Williamsburg and can be a convenient way to travel from the northeast corridor. The station is about a fifteen-minute walk from College Corner.

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