Join Stephanie May, Campus Dietitian, Eden Harris, Associate Director of Marketing, Administration and Licensing Office of Auxiliary Services, and Heather Deere, Assistant Director of Parent & Family Programs to learn more about meal plans and options that are available to your students!
The Parent & Family Programs Webinar Series is intended to be an interactive resource designed to help you connect with faculty, staff, and students, and to answer some of your questions about programs at William & Mary.
Visit the links below to review recordings of our sessions throughout the semester, or to join live at the time of the program.
Fall 2020 Webinar Schedule
At William & Mary, we believe that student leadership development is a cornerstone in supporting our students to become engaged citizens. Student leadership involves cultivating a frame of mind for exploring self, others and community. Join representatives from Student Leadership & Development to learn more about how your student can begin the process of getting involved at W&M.
The Cohen Career Center offers career development programs, services, connections, and resources, empowering students to achieve their career goals. Join representatives from the Cohen Career Center as they discuss resources available to your student's first year and beyond.
Your student is about to embark on a liberal arts education. But what is a COLL curriculum and how does your student know what classes to sign up for? Join representatives from Academic Advising to learn about course registration and how advising works at W&M.
Between dining on campus, purchasing textbooks, and getting your student's Tribe Card, Auxiliary Services offers essential student services .Join representatives from Auxiliary Services to learn more about meal plans, the W&M bookstore, and other critical services your student will use during their time at W&M.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) offers a variety of services for William & Mary students. From the Watson Lab to special needs housing, they are here to help your student in any way they can. Join representatives from SAS to learn more about upcoming deadlines and how they can aid in your student's transition to W&M.
W&M's four (4) pre-Orientation programs are a great way for your student to learn more about themselves and their community the summer before they join the Tribe in August. Join representatives from each program to learn more about deadlines, cost, and experience.
Join Lauren Garrett, Director of First Year Experience, and Heather Deere, Assistant Director of Parent & Family Programs, as they discuss the Tribe Guide, summer next steps, and how both offices will support your transition moving forward.
Peter Atwater is a William & Mary alumni, parent and a pioneer in the developing field of confidence-driven decision-making. In addition to teaching a freshman COLL 150 class on the topic, he serves as a consultant to corporations and institutional investors, helping them to better understand the impact of changing confidence on consumer preferences, decisions and actions.
Join faculty and staff from across campus to discuss how to support your student through and after a busy exam period.
Join the Senior Peer Advisors to discuss the logistics of moving to St Andrews.
Join representatives from Residence Life to learn about the 2020 Room Selection process.
Join President Rowe for a conversation about her recent read "Range" by David Epstein.
Learn about Study Abroad opportunities and deadlines from Director of Global Education, Sylvia Mitterndorfer.
Join the Director of the Counseling Center for an informative webinar about services offered to students.
Join representatives of Academic Advising to discuss Academic Advising at William & Mary.
Webinar begins at 2:30. For more information about Study in DC visit www.wm.ed/studyindc