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  1. William J. Hargis Jr. Library - VIMS
    Hargis Library supports the diverse information needs of faculty, research scientists and students at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science by providing a rich array of electronic and print collections in the biological, ecological, oceanographic and physical sciences.
  2. Haven, The
    The Haven is a welcoming, safe and inclusive gathering space for support for those impacted by sexual violence and harassment. We welcome all who may be struggling with questions or issues and are here to guide them through their first steps.
  3. Hazing Prevention
    The Hazing Prevention Coalition works to empower the W&M community to prevent hazing. The Coalition helps the community recognize hazing, understand its implications, develop intolerance for hazing activities and act/report when hazing occurs.
  4. Health & Wellness
    Health & Wellness is comprised of four departments – Campus Recreation, Counseling Center, Health Promotion and Student Health Center. They are committed to optimizing the well-being of the W&M community, and together they strive to promote flourishing and resilience through education, service and support.
  5. Health Center, Student
    The Student Health Center provides high quality care and promotes health and healthy lifestyles through education and training.
  6. Health Promotion, Office of
    The Office of Health Promotion has four main focus areas: mental health and wellness, sexual assault, sexual health and alcohol and other substances.
  7. Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved
    William & Mary is erecting a brick memorial which will resemble a fireplace and feature the names of people who are known to have been enslaved by the university.
  8. Herbarium
    W&M's Herbarium currently holds over 76,400 specimens. About 40 percent of the holdings have been contributed by staff and students who have conducted floristic research at the university. The remaining specimens have been obtained through exchange and gift programs from other harbaria and through gifts from professional and amateur botanists.
  9. Highland, James Monroe's
    Highland is a public history museum and historic site in Central Virginia owned by William & Mary since 1974. It is a community-facing component of William & Mary, serving as a laboratory for future-oriented history, archaeology, and environmental stewardship. Students are invited to seek opportunities to explore Highland within their own course of studies.
  10. Hispanic Studies
    Spanish language training and studies of Spanish, Latin American and U.S. Latino/a cultural production.
  11. History
    The Lyon G. Tyler Department of History's dedicated faculty and distinctive history give it a unique character among public institutions, and creates a learning environment that fosters close interaction among students and professors.
  12. Homecoming & Reunion Weekend
    Homecoming is a way to reconnect with classmates and relive your favorite William & Mary moments. From block parties, to football games, to parades, Homecoming & Reunion Weekend is the perfect way to ensure you'll always be a part of the university.
  13. Honors and Interdisciplinary Studies
    The Roy R. Charles Center's broad mission is to enhance the quality of undergraduate teaching and learning. Many of the Center's initiatives seek to fulfill this mission with interdisciplinary academic programs that straddle or fall outside of the department structure in Arts & Sciences. In addition, the Center has a particular interest in recruiting and providing special academic, co-curricular and scholarship resources for Monroe Scholars and other academically distinguished undergraduate and graduate students.
  14. Honors Fellowships
    The W&M Honors Fellowships provide a way to support the intellectual community at the university. For the first time, you are able to directly support individual undergraduate research projects at W&M.
  15. Human Resources, University
    The mission of University Human Resources is to provide comprehensive human resource services which facilitate the university's ability to recruit, employ, train, retain and promote a high quality and diverse workforce.