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Campus Center Student Unions & Engagement (SUE) operates the Sadler Center and Campus Center, offering developmental programs and services to all members of the campus community including students, faculty, staff and external constituents.
Campus Recreation The Campus Recreation Department provides opportunities to all students, faculty and staff to participate in quality recreational services and activities that will enhance total physical, mental and social well-being.
Center for Archaeological Research W&M's Center for Archaeological Research (W&MCAR) provides archaeological consulting and research services and applied educational opportunities in cultural resource management.
Center for Conservation Biology The Center for Conservation Biology is an organization dedicated to discovering innovative solutions to environmental problems that are both scientifically sound and practical within today's social context.
Center for Geospatial Analysis The Center for Geospatial Analysis (CGA) is an inclusive geospatial teaching and research resource for William & Mary that provides high-impact experiential learning opportunities in GIS mapping to students, faculty, staff as well as the broader community.
Center for Gifted Education The Center for Gifted Education is a learning community that values and fosters the talent development process of individuals over the lifespan. The center nurtures exceptional ability in academic, moral, and ethical, and aesthetic domains through interdisciplinary inquiry and excellence of instruction.
Center for Legal and Court Technology The Center for Legal and Court Technology is a joint program of the Law School and the National Center for State Courts. The project's mission is to improve, through appropriate technology, the administration of justice and the world's legal systems.
Center for Racial & Social Justice The Center for Racial & Social Justice will work to advance the cause of racial and social justice by educating students and the broader community, building students’ capacity to engage in antiracist and social justice work, and engaging in legal and multidisciplinary research and advocacy aimed to inform the public, advocates, and policymakers — both in the Commonwealth of Virginia and nationwide.
Center for Student Diversity The Center for Student Diversity was established to aid in the development of a more pluralistic and inviting environment for all. We are committed to providing programs, services, and promoting cultural activities that will create an awareness of and appreciation for racial and cultural diversity.
Chancellor The post of Chancellor has been an important one since William & Mary was chartered in 1693 by King William III and Queen Mary II of Great Britain. Robert M. Gates '65, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, was named twenty-fourth Chancellor of William & Mary by the Board of Visitors in 2012. He was re-invested in 2019.
Charles Center, Roy R. The Charles Center is the administrative home for William & Mary’s scholars’ programs, the departmental honors program and undergraduate research. We support many forms of faculty-mentored undergraduate research and high-impact, experiential learning activities.
Charter Day Charter Day, celebrated annually in February, brings speakers of note and the distribution of honorary degrees and many prestigious awards to students, faculty and alumni.
Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers a dynamic, engaging, and research-focused undergraduate and master’s curriculum. Our students are prepared for advanced study in chemistry, for medical or other professional schools, or a scientific career.
Child Care, Williamsburg Campus W&M contracts with the Williamsburg Campus Child Care (WCCC) to operate its program. WCCC is a nonprofit organization which has had a successful program in Williamsburg since 1981 and a tradition of close cooperation with the university.
Chinese Studies Undergraduate students in Chinese studies language courses learn to use Mandarin in conversation, research, and professional communication. Our content courses (some in English) explore Chinese culture and history.
Civic & Community Engagement (formerly Community Engagement) Civic & Community Engagement serves as a resource for faculty for the integration of community-engaged teaching and research, supports students in their development as community-centered leaders, and develops partnerships with communities as central missions of the university.
Classical Studies Undergraduate students of classical studies gain historical perspective, critical thinking and communication skills. We offer language instruction in Ancient Greek and Latin as well as classical civilization and archaeology courses.
Commencement Commencement is a weekend-long series of events celebrating students who are graduating. Students graduate when they have completed all of their degree requirements and are officially cleared to receive their diplomas. Most students take part in Commencement, but participation is not required in order to graduate.
Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign The CVC is an annual fundraising campaign among employees of the Commonwealth of Virginia. William & Mary has a strong tradition of supporting this effort. These funds support charities that are national and international as well as those with deep roots in our area.
Community Values & Restorative Practices (Student Conduct) The mission of Community Values & Restorative Practices is to promote a living and learning environment that is respectful of the rights and perspectives of others, that is safe and free from disruption, and that allows students and faculty members to pursue their educational goals.
Compassionate Action Board The Compassionate Action Board (CAB), is a group of administrators, professors and students working together to find ways to bring compassion to the forefront of all thought and activity at W&M by collaborating with others to promote thought, action and academics that are based on compassion throughout the university.
Compliance & Equity, Office of The Office of Compliance & Equity provides central support for ensuring the university’s commitment to a culture of compliance and ethics and the university’s responsibility for fostering equitable working and learning environments.
Computational & Applied Mathematics & Statistics (CAMS) Central to CAMS is the use of mathematical modeling, data analysis and computer simulation to solve problems. Undergraduate degree tracks offered are in mathematical biology and applied statistics. Upon completion of the CAMS program, students will be well prepared for a career in mathematics, industry and the sciences.
Computational Operations Research Computational operations research is a graduate specialization of computer science. Operations research practitioners model and analyze the behavior of real-world systems for informed decision making. Students take core courses in mathematics and computer science. Electives include courses on machine learning and data mining.
Computer Science Graduate and undergraduate students of computer science study what can be (efficiently) automated via the development of computer algorithms for describing and transforming information, data structures for representing and processing information, and the logical organization of computers themselves. We maintain a state-of-the-art computing environment for experimental research and education.
Conference & Event Services The W&M Office of Conference & Event Services manages the use of campus facilities by outside groups and organizations.
Construction The mission of Campus Construction is to plan, design and construct high quality facilities that support the work of the university's faculty, students and staff, using the most integrated, efficient and cost effective means available; and to maintain a highly trained staff of professional and crafts people dedicated to achieving routine excellence in support of the campus community.
Counseling Center The Counseling Center, accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc., offers a range of free professional services to students wanting help with personal concerns. We work with psychological problems, relationship and family issues, academic and personal stress, and crisis situations.