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  1. Facilities Management
    The Facilities Management team creates, maintains and continuously improves the William & Mary physical environment to enable excellence in teaching, research and public service.
  2. Faculty Assembly
    The purpose of the Assembly is to advise the President and the Provost on matters affecting the welfare of the university and to ensure effective faculty participation in the governance of the university as a whole.
  3. Family Weekend
    This annual event features a wide variety of family-friendly activities and special programs that you can enjoy together with your W&M student or on your own.
  4. 50th Anniversary of African Americans in Residence
    William & Mary commemorated the 50th anniversary of the first African American students in residence with a year-long series of special events, guest speakers and performances, beginning with Convocation weekend in August, 2017, and continuing through Commencement in May, 2018.
  5. Film & Media Studies
    Most of us approach and use human communications as content seen through a window. The Department of Film & Media Studies (FMST) insists on looking at — describing, analyzing, interpreting and evaluating — the window. FMST argues that content (expressive stories, factual stories, concepts, images, sounds, information) always interacts with the mechanisms that convey it.
  6. Financial Aid Office
    William & Mary provides quality undergraduate, graduate and professional education at affordable prices. The Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping students and families meet the costs that are beyond individual and family resources.
  7. Financial Operations
    Financial Operations is responsible for providing comprehensive accounting, bursar and payroll services in support of the university's primary mission of education, research and public service.
  8. Fraternity & Sorority Life
    In 1776, five students at William & Mary founded Phi Beta Kappa, the first organization to call itself a fraternity. Since that time, fraternities and sororities have evolved, but still remain committed to similar principles and values, such as scholarship, service, brotherhood/sisterhood and leadership.
  9. French & Francophone Studies
    Linguistic competency in French and a critical understanding of Francophone cultures.