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  1. Race Relations
    Race Relations addresses what W&M can and should do to strengthen and expand our efforts in all areas – campus climate, prevention and education, recruitment of diverse faculty and senior administration, reporting and responding to incidents of bias.
  2. Raymond A. Mason School of Business
    William & Mary’s business school is rebuilding the global economy by training the next generation of revolutionary business leaders. It offers undergraduate and graduate instruction, including full- time, part-time evening, executive and online MBA degree programs, one-year masters’ programs in accounting, business analytics, and marketing. The school develops successful business leaders by providing world-class instruction and unparalleled opportunities for mentorship and experiential learning.
  3. Receivables & Collections
    Receivables & Collections is responsible for the collection of assets belonging to the university and processing all travel/cash advance requests.
  4. Recreational Sports (Campus Recreation)
    The Department of Campus Recreation provides quality recreational opportunities to all members of the William & Mary community to enhance and foster a lifelong appreciation for health, wellness and recreation.
  5. Registrar, Office of the University
    The Office of the University Registrar protects the integrity of the William & Mary degree, and upholds and assures consistent application of the academic rules and regulations as set forth by the faculty, the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States government.
  6. Religious Studies
    Religious studies undergraduate students study religious traditions and spiritualities: in the past, in the present, and across the globe. Courses compare religious traditions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Asian religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. We also examine the histories of religions, religious ethics and religion in America.
  7. Report Concerns or Violations
    We encourage William & Mary community members to report concerns, misconduct or violations of the Code of Ethics or other policies.
  8. Residence Life
    Residence Life has overall responsibility for the management of all student residences. It has budgetary responsibility for each of the halls, as well as their condition and upkeep.
  9. Reves Center for International Studies
    The Reves Center for International Studies works to develop, enrich and promote the international dimensions of learning, teaching, research and civic engagement at W&M. It does so through its education abroad programs, support for international students and scholars, on-campus events and programming, and advancement of internationally-focused scholarship and initiatives.
  10. Richard Bland College of William & Mary
    Richard Bland College in Petersburg, Virginia, is an extension of William & Mary.
  11. Risk Management
    William & Mary, an agency in the Commonwealth of Virginia, is insured through the Commonwealth's Risk Management Plan. The plan provides coverage anywhere that university business takes the faculty and staff.
  12. ROTC
    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.
  13. Roy R. Charles Center
    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.
  14. Russian & Post-Soviet Studies
    Russian and post-Soviet studies offers training in the language, literature, history, politics, and culture of Russia. Undergraduate students also explore the former Soviet sphere of influence and examine the rapid changes reshaping this major world region.
  15. Russian Studies
    We offer four levels of language instruction for undergraduates. Courses in English on Russian literature, film, and culture encourage engagement with modern and contemporary culture.