Your faculty advisor can help orient you to the landscape of resources available at William & Mary. Here are some quick links to give you a head start.
Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs helps you connect with faculty advisors, identify curricular and co-curricular opportunities, and appropriate resources to enhance your educational experience so you can attain your goals.
Experiential learning opportunities, including student/faculty research, study away, the Honors program, internships — all these intersect at the Charles Center. You'll want to visit their website and keep these options in mind as your interests evolve.
Writing Resources Center
Meeting with a consultant in the Writing Resources Center is a great way to explore possibilities for your written or oral communication project. From the idea stage to the revision process to final product, the center is a comfortable space, located in Swem Library, with an attentive, sympathetic audience. Consultation sessions are free and easy to arrange.
And More Resources
You'll find that at William & Mary, all roads lead to the library. Want help conducting research or using the library's resources? The librarians and staff at Swem Library are a tremendous resource and eager to help. Any student can make an individual appointment with a research librarian.
The Registrar's Office can answer questions regarding registration, enrollment verification, transcripts, AP/IB/transfer credit, tracking degree progress, the academic calendar, exam schedules, graduation, veterans benefits, and address changes.
The mission of the Reves Center is to support and promote the internationalization of learning, teaching, research, and community involvement at William & Mary. The center manages programs for education abroad, international students and scholars, and global engagement across the university.
Peer tutors of the TutorZone have already taken and aced the courses that you will be taking. These friendly, faculty-recommended tutors are available for individual sessions, in Swem Library, seven days per week to review material, answer questions, and help you develop college-level study skills.
The Dean of Students Office, located in the Campus Center, provides a wide variety of support, including support on the academic side.
The Cohen Career Center provides alumni mentoring, mock interviews, career fairs, and individual career counseling. Workshops on resume and cover letter writing, interviewing , job and internship search strategies, and graduate school admissions are also offered.
The Office of Community Engagement can connect you to volunteer activities throughout the area. Giving back to the community as a volunteer can be a gratifying and rewarding way to participate.