Graduate Student Opportunities
All students at William & Mary have access to a wide range of resources. The A&S Graduate Center coordinates special opportunities specifically for A&S graduate students, such as writing support, mentoring, and workshops and classes for professional and career development.
The Graduate A&S Newsletter is emailed to graduate students and their programs weekly to keep everyone informed of a variety of opportunities, research funding, and important announcements.
The Graduate Student Association for Arts & Sciences (GSA) exists to represent the interests of our students.
Need help with a problem or concern?
The Graduate Ombudsperson acts as a source of information and assistance concerning graduate life, academic and non-academic regulations and procedures, and conflict resolution.
Graduate Life at William & Mary
Graduate students have their own residence hall and may sign up for a meal plan. The Counseling Center, Health Center, and Recreation Center provide a variety of programs and opportunities. Child care and student accessibility services are available to those who need them. Williamsburg is a growing college town within day-trip distance of several major urban areas, including Washington, D.C.
Most graduate students have financial support through teaching or research assistantships, but there are also other supplementary funding opportunities to help cover research, travel, or conference costs. If you have questions of a financial nature, begin with our Financial Matters FAQ page.