The DC Semester Program is an academic opportunity with an internship component managed by the W&M Washington Center. The program is open to students in all majors and disciplines, and financial assistance is available. DC Semester Program scholars receive 6-8 credits for their coursework and an additional 6 credits for the academic work they complete in association with their internship.
Classes are taught by W&M professors and are held at the W&M Washington Center in Dupont Circle. Students live in group apartments located in the heart of Washington, DC.
Fall 2018 Semester
- Applications for this opportunity are currently closed. Applications for the Spring 2019 Semester will open in August.
- Email [[rrtucker, Rhys Tucker]] with any questions.
- Financial assistance is available for this program.
Now Featuring Elective DC Spotlight Series: "Ethical Leadership"
- Co-taught in the W&M Washington Center by:
- Former FBI Director James Comey '82
- Executive Assistant Professor of Education and Assistant Vice President for Student Engagement and Leadership Drew Stelljes.
- Get a close-up view of Washington’s dynamic governmental, advocacy, research, international, and cultural institutions
- Enjoy Washington’s rich cultural and social opportunities
- Come face-to-face with expert guest speakers/alums from all over Washington
- Study in a seminar setting with an experienced William & Mary professor
- Build your résumé by participating in a professional internship
- Get a leg up on Summer and full-time employment opportunities
- Learn more about the program.