COVID-19 Student Support Resources

We remain committed to William & Mary's values of belonging and respect. We are assisting students, international and domestic in identifying viable options for accommodation based on their individual situations.  Please see a list of resources below for students in need. 

 
Lodging

W&M is aware of several nearby lodging providers (commercial and local property owners) who are extending complimentary or lower cost, short-term housing for William & Mary students to support the campus closing on March 25, 2020.

We are grateful to those members of the W&M community who have made offers to provide short-term housing to students who are unable to remain in campus residence halls. The university is not sponsoring, coordinating, or monitoring any arrangements that may be made between a student and community member. 

Moving and Storage

Contracted options are available and students should be aware of campus evacuation plans when scheduling. Residence Life does not offer on-campus storage & residents will need to make other arrangements to store property while they are not living in campus housing. 

Transportation

W&M students may use WATA routes with valid W&M ID. The WATA Green line will no longer run after March 25, 2020. 

Campus Food Pantry

With social distancing a priority, access to food may pose a challenge. The Campus Food Pantry can provide you with non-perishable food and personal hygiene items. Hours and more information about this anonymous service.