Student Services

Parent & Family Programs works closely with our campus partners to provide all of the resources necessary for successful student growth and parent support. From information on airport transportation to effective resume writing, from dealing with student stress management to registering a student disability, from campus safety to campus IT - all departments are here to assist your student and answer any questions you may have.

A Home Without Hazing

Located adjacent to campus in Merchants Square in Colonial Williamsburg, the W&M Bookstore is the College's retail location for textbooks, general books and Tribe memorabilia.
The Center for Student Diversity (CSD) strives to foster inclusion by providing academic, social, and transition support for under-served and underrepresented students.

The Cohen Career Center offers one-on-one career counseling, mock interviews, career fairs, and educational programming to help your student land his or her dream job. Additionally, the Career Center provides resources on how you can support your student's career development.

The Counseling Center specializes in the developmental issues and clinical concerns common to college students. The Center also responds to crisis situations by providing intervention, stabilization and support.

The Dean of Students Office assists all students from their first weeks of college through the successful completion of their academic and personal goals.

Through a combination of options including grants, loans, and Federal Work-Study, the Financial Aid Office will make every effort to keep your student's loan debt as low as possible. 

W&M IT is a service-based organization that is always ready with creative solutions for all of your student's technology needs.

Parking & Transportation Services is an excellent resource for student parking decals, Williamsburg area transit information, the campus bus system, visitor parking information, and out of town travel.

Student Accessibility Services strives to foster student independence, encourage self-determination, emphasize accommodation over limitation, and create an accessible environment to ensure that all students are viewed on the basis of ability, not disability.
Financial Operations is responsible for billing and collection of tuition, housing charges, and other fees. The office offers eServices to assist families in the handling of their student's account.
The Vice President for Student Affairs and her staff oversee the departments responsible for student counseling, student diversity programs, services for disabled and transfer students, student government, the student conduct system, student residences, student health, and more.

The Student Health Center provides a full-range of primary care services, including evaluation, treatment, and prevention of physical, mental, and social health issues.

W&M Police

The W&M Police Department provides a variety of services to ensure the safety of the campus community. From crime prevention tips to bicycle safety education, the department is ready to assist your student any time of day.


Note: Additional resources for parents and families are available in the footer of every page of the W&M website where you will find quick access to many university resources that may come in handy over the coming years.