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  1. Marine Science, School of
    The School of Marine Science at VIMS provides quality education and scholarly research to students pursuing advanced degrees (M.S. and Ph.D.) in marine science.
  2. Marine Science Minor
    The undergraduate minor in marine science introduces students to estuarine, coastal, and marine processes and ecosystems. Classroom, lab, and outdoor field courses in fisheries, marine biology and ecology, marine chemistry, physical oceanography, aquatic health, and coastal and marine geology are taught by a mix of William & Mary and VIMS faculty.
  3. Mascot
    Meet the Tribe's mascot! In 2010, William & Mary introduced the Griffin—a mythical creature with the head of an eagle and the body of a lion.
  4. Mathematics
    The Mathematics Department at William & Mary is the home of mathematics, statistics, operations research, and actuarial science. Undergraduate and graduate students not only learn necessary advanced mathematics for their academic and professional goals, but also study mathematics to enjoy the beauty and sharpen their thoughts.
  5. McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center
    The McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center is home to W&M Tennis and the ITA Women's Collegiate Hall of Fame. This award-winning facility welcomes both Williamsburg area residents and out-of-town visitors to play tennis and all are eligible to participate in programs with space permitting.
  6. McLeod Business Library
    The McLeod Business Library is located on the second floor of the Mason School of Business in Miller Hall. A professional business reference librarian and student assistants are available to help access business reference materials.
  7. Medieval & Renaissance Studies
    The program in medieval and Renaissance studies allows undergraduates to explore the history and culture of Europe between 300 CE and 1700 CE.
  8. [Hearth:] Memorial to the Enslaved
    William & Mary has erected a brick memorial which resembles a fireplace and features the names of people who are known to have been enslaved by the university.
  9. [Asian and] Middle Eastern Studies Program
    Asian & Middle Eastern studies (AMES) is a multidisciplinary program that explores a broadly conceived "Asia" in relation to other parts of the world. Undergraduate students explore the history, politics, religion, literature, fine and media arts, expressive and ritual culture, and the major languages of the region.
  10. Military & Veteran Affairs
    The Office of Military & Veteran Affairs helps coordinate and support military and veteran programs across the university. We forge connections with external partners across military commands, corporations, veteran executives, alumni, federal programs, and other universities, and oversee the Veteran-to-Executive Transition (W&M VET) program.
  11. Military Science
    The U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program combines courses in military science with practical leadership training. It prepares our students for success as leaders in the Army or in the profession of their choice. No military commitment is required for the first two years.
  12. Modern Languages & Literatures
    The faculty in the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures teach undergraduate courses in literary and cultural studies, as well as classes in language instruction, in a total of eight programs: Arabic, Chinese, French & Francophone, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese and Russian studies. Offerings in literary and cultural studies include classes taught in English as well as in the target language.
  13. Muscarelle Museum of Art
    The Muscarelle Museum of Art is a culturally-rich institution serving as a dynamic resource for our community, a working laboratory for William & Mary, and a platform for visiting exhibitions and the museum’s own collection.
  14. Music
    Our undergraduate students create, study, and perform music from around the world and across time. Music lessons, ensembles, and introductory academic courses are open to all W&M students. We have wide-ranging courses and regular performances, and we hope to see you in the classroom, on stage, or in the audience.