January 2021 Classes and Faculty:


Urban Education: Policy, Practice, and Leadership 

Professor Drew Stelljes

COLL 300 Approved

Seminars are three credits, assigned to the home department of the faculty.  

Please Note:  The 2021 DC Winter Seminars will be considered part of a student’s Fall 2020 semester course load. 

2021 Winter Seminar Schedule:

Fall Class Sessions:

Class Session I

Class Session II

Class Session III: 

Winter Seminar: 

January 5-13, 2020

  • Monday, January 4 - Student Housing Move-in (if applicable)
  • Tuesday, January 5: Welcome Breakfast, Orientation Session, and First Class Session
  • Class (9:00am-5:00pm)
    • Wednesday, 1/6
    • Thursday, 1/7
    • Friday, 1/8
    • Saturday, 1/9
    • Monday, 1/11
    • Tuesday, 1/12
    • Wednesday, 1/13
  • Sunday: 1/10 Snow Day / Day Off
  • Sunday: 1/14 move out for students in W&M sponsored housing

Accepted students are automatically registered for their DC Winter Seminars upon paying their deposit.

Class Locations:

Classes are held at the William & Mary Washington Center, located in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building at 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington DC. However, many classes will take place on-location around DC as well.

Get directions and parking information.

Grading & Honor Code:

Grades are awarded for the DC Winter Seminars just like classes on campus. In addition, all policies and regulations contained in the Rights and Responsibilities, the Student Code of Conduct, and the Administration of Student Life Policies sections of the William & Mary Student Handbook apply to all Winter Seminar courses.

ADA Accommodations:

William & Mary accommodates students with disabilities in accordance with federal laws and university policy. Any student who feels they may need an accommodation based on the impact of a learning, psychiatric, physical, or chronic health diagnosis should contact Student Accessibility Services staff at 757-221-2512 or at to determine if accommodations are warranted and to obtain an official letter of accommodation. For more information, please visit

Academic Guides

Nervous for your first lecture in DC? Not sure how to approach your professor at office hours? We're here for you! Here are some great guides to assist you in DC's tight-knit classroom environment.