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2021 Study in D.C. Day

A New D.C.: W&M Washington Center for the Future

Thinking about your future at W&M and beyond? Let the Washington Center and Study in D.C. be part of your future! Find staff, faculty, and former students all over campus to learn more about the new ways you can study in D.C. and how the Center can support and sponsor your D.C. experience. The best part EVERYTHING IS FREE and students who attend events have a chance to win some sweet grand prizes!

Thursday, September 9
Morning Joe, 9:00am-11:00am

Stop by the Sadler Terrace, Chancellor's Hall, or outside of the ISC for free coffee, donuts, and Study in D.C. materials on your way to your morning class.

1-on-1 Study in D.C. Advising, York Room, Sadler Center, 10:00am-5:00pm

Stop by the York Room in Sadler to chat with a member of the W&M Washington Center staff about opportunities for you in D.C.! Come have all of your questions and concerns answered and addressed.

(Sno-to-)Go Study in D.C., 12:15pm-1:15pm

Come out to the Sadler Terrace for Sno-to-Go brought to you by the W&M Washington Center. While supplies last. 

*(Net)Working Hard or Hardly Working?, Presentation Room, Cohen Career Center, 2:00pm-2:30pm

What are the benefits to participating in an internship? How do I network with alumni? Get these questions answered and more at this joint presentation by the W&M Washington Center and Cohen Career Center. Stop by the Career Center's presentation room to hear from current staff and former Study in D.C. students about the professional perks of participating in a Study in D.C. program. 

*From Swamp to Swamp: W&M Courses in D.C., Chesapeake A, Chesapeake BC, James Room in the Sadler Center, 3:00pm-3:30pm

Join one of our Study in D.C. professors for a mini-lecture to give you a taste of what classes are like in the W&M Washington Center! These professors create unique, engaging academic experiences for students using D.C. as the backdrop:

  • "Religion, the State, and American Politics" with Professor Patton Burchett, Chesapeake A
  • "Policy Tools in U.S. National Security" with Professor David Trichler, Chesapeake B/C
  • "The History of Washington, D.C.: Promise and Paradox" with Professor Adrienne Petty, Tidewater A
*Study in D.C. Information Session, Tidewater A, Sadler Center, 5:30pm-7pm

Join the W&M Washington Center staff, professors, former students, and financial aid counselors in Tidewater A in the Sadler Center to learn more about which Study in D.C. opportunities are best for you! All who attend will receive a free Georgetown Cupcake. 

*Attend this event to be entered into our raffle! Raffle winners will be randomly selected to receive Apple AirPods, Bose headphones, a Bose speaker, a W&M blanket, and more! Winners must be present at the evening information session to pick up prizes.