W&M Websites A-Z


  1. Dance Program
    The Dance Program emphasizes the creative process within a liberal arts setting. Dance is a part of the Theatre, Speech and Dance department.
  2. Dean of Students
    The Office of the Dean of Students assists all students, graduate and undergraduate, from their initial orientation to the College through successful completion of their academic and personal goals.
  3. Development, University (see also University Advancement)
    University Development is part of the Office of University Advancement focused on philanthropy with a mission to attract the top students in the nation and extend the reach of a William & Mary education to every deserving applicant.
  4. Dining Services
    Dining Services provides a comprehensive dining program which features a variety of meal plan options to meet the varying needs of students.
  5. Directions and Maps
    View directions to the College of William & Mary, print a map of campus, or explore our searchable, interactive campus map.
  6. Diversity & Equal Opportunity, Office of
    The Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity spearheads the university's affirmative action and diversity efforts. As a part of that mission, it helps to remedy discrimination and harassment. We are committed to creating a community that is representative and inclusive of individuals with different backgrounds, talents and skills.
  7. Dress the Griffin
    We all love W&M's Griffin. But there's just one problem. The Griffin has no pants. Now you can download the Dress the Griffin App for you iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device.
  8. Dual Careers
    Responding to the challenges of dual career needs assists in contributing to the intellectual diversity of the institution and is an important aspect of recruiting and retaining faculty at William & Mary.
  9. DC Summer Institutes
    Operated through the W&M Washington Office, the DC Summer Institutes are intensive six-credit academic programs composed of a compressed course and ten-week internship in DC. The Institutes allow undergraduate student fellows to combine classroom and experiential learning, while seeing the dynamic institutions of the Washington DC area first hand.