On Monday, April 14, 2014, Anna Martin, Vice President for Administration shared highlights of the new dining program with the William & Mary community.
Designated 'One-Stop Shop' certification
William & Mary Conference Services
New research from the Mason School of Business has revealed the extraordinary business operation and quality of care being offered at the Sarah Ives Gore Childcare Center, which is operated by Williamsburg Campus Child Care.
The College of William and Mary was certified last month as a one-stop shop for conference business by the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors.
New contract to go into place July 1, 2014.
A long line of students, faculty and their families formed last night at the William & Mary Bookstore to donate canned goods to the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank.
William & Mary Conference Services has achieved One-Stop Shop certification through the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors – International.
McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center director, Tom Hawkins, sits down with Williamsburg's Next Door Neighbor.
Upon entering dorms this fall, students may no longer need to deal with old ID card readers that refuse to unlock. But now, if you lose your card, you’ll have to pay.
As students head back to campus this fall, they will have to adjust to new living situations, new roommates and new food. Over the summer, Campus Dining implemented quite a few changes.