Care Support Services, along with the Dean of Students Office assists all students, graduate and undergraduate, from their initial orientation to the College through successful completion of their academic and personal goals. The Dean of Students staff advocates for student needs, acts as liaison between students and academic departments, and provides support and challenges designed to enhance personal growth, as well as a sense of personal authority and responsibility in each student.
We encourage you to contact us with any concerns about other students by using the "Report an Issue or Concern" form found on the Dean of Students website. Concerns may range from possible conduct or honor violations or concerns for the general welfare of a student. If you have an imminent safety concern contact William & Mary Police at 221-4596.
Below is an alphabetical list of resources to help assist you with the concern you are facing. If you are unsure of where to start, please call (757) 221-2510 and ask to speak to someone from Care Support Services, or email [[care]].
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) offers a variety of services for students with disabilities.
Campus Ministries United works to connect students with people from their faith tradition. They provide a list of campus ministries and other religiously affiliated groups active at William and Mary.
The Center for Student Diversity serves as a vital link where students from diverse backgrounds can find a sense of community and everyone can learn about diverse cultures, identities, and experiences. They offer a variety of support and advocacy for students and are located in Campus Center 159.
The William & Mary Counseling Center provides many student services including individual, couples, and group therapy. They also provide an online referall database to help students find off-campus providers.
Williamsburg Hospice House & Support Care offers many supports for those in grief.
The Haven is a peer-based confidential, welcoming, and inclusive resource center for those impacted by sexual violence and harassment, relationship abuse and intimate-partner violence, stalking, and other gender-based discrimination. The Haven is a place where you can go WITHOUT a report being made.
TribeRides subsidizes the cost of transportation to and from off-campus mental health appointments.