Frequently Asked Questions

Tuition/Fees – During the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters, enrolled W&M students will have the option to take the course as part of their regular tuition payment for the semester. In the Summer 2019 semester, enrolled students will pay the appropriate summer session tuition rates, depending on their residency status and undergraduate/graduate standing.

Transportation – For the class meetings held in the W&M Washington Center, optional round trip bus transportation will be provided, leaving Williamsburg Friday at 12 noon and returning Friday evening at 7pm. Students can pay $10 for each leg of the trip or opt to provide their own transportation.

Timing/Dates – Class meetings will be 4-6pm on six Fridays each semester (5 in DC and one on campus live-streamed to DC), with online coursework in-between. Dates TBD.

Syllabus – A syllabus is forthcoming – students can contact [[adstel,Professor Drew Stelljes]] with questions about the topic.

COLL Status – Stay tuned.

Online Discussion – Students will engage in multiple online discussions on the course topic during the semester. These sessions will be both synchronous and asynchronous to accommodate student schedules. Stay tuned for more.

Registration – Students will register via Banner with instructor’s permission. Students in the DC Semester Program, the W&M School of Education’s Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership program, and students with declared minors in Educational Studies will have priority. Exact registration dates TBD.

Prerequisite/Major/Minor Requirements – None.

Waitlist – Following students in the DC Semester Program, the W&M School of Education’s Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership program, and students with declared minors in Educational Studies -- other students at W&M may enroll in the course, provided that they are able to travel to Washington, D.C., for the sessions to be held there. When those spots are filled, students may add themselves to a waitlist.

DC Semester Program students – Students enrolled in the DC Semester Program for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 have the option to take the Ethical Leadership course in addition to their required program, if they have room in their courseload. There is no additional tuition cost for students in those semesters. Students enrolled in the DC Semester Program who drop the semester program will be dropped from the Ethical Leadership course.