W&M Websites A-Z

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  1. Sadler Center
    Formerly called the University Center, the Sadler Center is the largest multi-purpose building on campus.
  2. Scheduling Office
    The Scheduling Office reserves the on-campus space and facilities needed for meetings, parties and special events for recognized Student Organizations, faculty, staff and sponsors of non-W&M events.
  3. Scholarship Central
    View resources and information about scholarships available to students at William & Mary.
  4. Sexual Violence
    Sexual violence is an issue of significant concern on American college campuses, including William & Mary. We are dedicated to providing first-rate information and resources to educate our students and the public about sexual violence prevention and awareness.
  5. Sharpe Community Scholars Program
    The Sharpe Community Scholars Program strives to support the development of select first-year students through the integration of academic studies, research and community engagement.
  6. Sir Christopher Wren Building
    The Sir Christopher Wren Building is the oldest academic building in continuous use in the United States.
  7. Social Science Research Methods Center
    Our goal is to facilitate students in both developing their own independent research projects and developing the skills necessary to be competitive for jobs requiring data analysis skills.
  8. Social Stream
    Social Stream is a William & Mary website that offers a real-time display of recent blog posts, tweets, Facebook updates, Flickr photos and YouTube videos. You can go to one web link to view (and experience) William & Mary at the moment. Social Stream also features feeds from about 75 campus social media channels sponsored by campus offices and the Alumni Association.
  9. Sociology
    The Department of Sociology prides itself in offering students the opportunity to study with professors who are master teachers and who are also scholars involved in fascinating research.
  10. Spanish
    See Hispanic Studies.
  11. Sponsored Programs, Office of
    The Office of Sponsored Programs serves the research mission of W&M by assisting faculty in the application for and management of external awards.
  12. Sports Medicine
    The Division of Sports Medicine is responsible for the health care of more than 500 student-athletes in 23 intercollegiate sports. The athletic training program focuses on the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all intercollegiate student-athletes.
  13. St Andrews William & Mary Joint Degree Programme
    The Joint Degree Programme between William & Mary and the University of St Andrews is one of the few international undergraduate joint degrees offered with a U.S. university. Students complete two years at each institution and earn a single diploma--a Bachelor of Arts (International Honours)--with the insignia of both institutions.
  14. Staff Assembly
    The Staff Assembly is an organization that represents the interests of all staff of William & Mary. With the support of the Provost and the Board of Visitors, the Staff Assembly relays staff concerns, interests and issues to the appropriate channels.
  15. Strategic Initiatives & Public Affairs, Office of
    The vice president for strategic initiatives & public affairs has operational responsibility for the offices of economic development and business innovation, government relations and university communications. In addition, the director of sustainability reports jointly to the committee on sustainability (COS) and the office of strategic initiatives & public affairs.
  16. Strategic Planning
    The William & Mary strategic planning process engages all parts of the W&M community. The framework includes goals and objectives for addressing seven grand challenges. We review and update the framework annually.
  17. Student Accessibility Services
    Student Accessibility Services (SAS) strives to foster student independence, encourage self determination, emphasize accommodation over limitation and create a comprehensive, accessible environment to ensure that individuals are viewed on the basis of ability, not disability.
  18. Student Accounts
    The Student Accounts department is responsible for the assessment, billings and collection of tuition, fees, meal plans, housing and other university charges. The department is also responsible for the processing of student refunds from financial aid or other account overpayments.
  19. Student Affairs, Office of
    The office has primary responsibility and concern for student counseling, multicultural student services, services for disabled and commuting students, student rights and responsibilities, organizations and activities, student government, the student conduct system, the Sadler & Campus Centers, student residences, and student health needs.
  20. Student Assembly
    The Student Assembly (SA) of William & Mary is the student government organization and student union of the university, representing every social class and graduate school.
  21. Student Conduct
    The mission of Student Conduct is to promote a living and learning environment that is respectful of the rights and perspectives of others, that is safe and free from disruption, and that allows students and faculty members to pursue their educational goals.
  22. Student Diversity, Center for
    In alliance with the William & Mary mission, the Center for Student Diversity (CSD) strives to foster inclusion, collaboration and relationship-building within our campus community.
  23. Student Engagement & Leadership
    The departments of Student Engagement & Leadership include the Office of Community Engagement, Sadler & Campus Centers, and Student Leadership Development. They are dedicated to providing opportunities to explore leadership and community engagement and strive to promote flourishing through education, engagement and reflection.
  24. Student Health Center
    The Student Health Center provides high-quality care and promotes health and healthy lifestyles through education and training.
  25. Student Leadership Development
    Student Leadership Development is committed to student involvement and the co-curricular life of William & Mary. We are actually a blending of many areas of campus life including: leadership, scheduling, and organizational and individual funding; programming, including AMP (Alma Mater Productions); and club and organization services.
  26. Student Organizations Directory
    Student Leadership Development at William & Mary recognizes nearly 400 student clubs and organizations. With interests ranging from greek life to choir and a cappella groups there are numerous organizations to fit any student's interests.
  27. Student Orientation, New
    Orientation occurs immediately before the fall (August) and spring (January) semesters to introduce new students to many aspects of the university including student life, academic policies and the honor code. The goal of each orientation program is to make our students feel right at home from the moment they set foot on campus.
  28. Study Abroad
    Study Abroad is a division of the Global Education Office at the Reves Center for International Studies. The Reves Center assists students with every stage of the study abroad process and, thanks to the generosity of private donors, awards many need- and merit-based scholarships each year. With our 30+ W&M-sponsored programs in 23 countries, and hundreds of additional programs from which students can choose, the opportunities for education abroad are endless.
  29. Summer Academic Sessions
    Each summer William & Mary offers about 180 courses, primarily in Arts & Sciences, in two summer sessions at two locations (on the main campus and in Washington, D.C.).
  30. Sustainability @ W&M
    The Committee on Sustainability develops, plans and recommends to the President strategies for implementing the sustainability policy, and integrating sustainability into the life of W&M.
  31. Swem Library
    The Earl Gregg Swem Library supports and enhances teaching and research, and fosters intellectual curiosity, creativity and lifelong learning. It has a collection of more than 2 million books, journals, manuscripts, government documents and films.