Fall 2020 Transfer Welcome Day

Re-Scheduled due to the Juneteenth Observed Holiday

Yesterday the university announced the observation of the Juneteenth holiday on Friday, June 19. Transfer Welcome Days will now be held over the course of two days -- next Monday, June 21 and Tuesday, June 22. We apologize for the late notice and look forward to meeting you soon!

Transfer Welcome Days are an *optional* VIRTUAL pre-orientation event designed to address specific issues and concerns related to the transfer experience. The event is a meaningful resource to a successful transition into the William & Mary community.

TWD 2020
Updated Schedule

The program's schedule will include academic advising sessions and opportunities to speak with resources across the university community. In addition to receiving information about these areas, students also have the opportunity to connect with other incoming and current transfer students while becoming more familiar with our community. 

View the UPDATED 2020 Transfer Welcome Days Schedule

Registration

Given that Transfer Welcome Day will be virtual, event registration is not required.

Session Access & Recordings

Zoom links for each session will be distributed to all incoming transfer students via their W&M email address. For those unable to attend, all presentation content will be recorded and posted within the College Studies Blackboard mini-course before summer course registration begins on Thursday, June 25. 

Additional Transfer Student & Family Resources

Given that the transition to W&M is a multi-faceted endeavor, we also recommend the below presentations given during Undergraduate Admission's Digital Days for Admitted Students for incoming transfer students and their families.

Table of Additional Transfer Resources
The COLL Curriculum: Watch the Recording from March 30

The COLL curriculum offers W&M students a chance to explore the Liberal Arts while developing critical skills through all four years of their experience. Courses in the COLL integrate skills and interdisciplinary learning across the university. Learn from the resident experts - our faculty who teach COLL classes - what you will experience in these exciting courses.

Flourishing in 8D, Wellness at William & Mary: Watch the Recording from April 7

Join the conversation to learn how W&M is approaching wellness, flourishing and resilience. Learn about the wide variety of services that are offered at the Wellness Center, including yoga, massage, acupuncture, tai ji. Engage in a discussion of how students develop their own harmony with the eight dimensions of wellness.

Diversity on Campus: Watch the Recording from April 9

William & Mary is proud to create an environment in which we can all benefit from the richness of our community and foster a greater appreciation for diversity. The Center for Student Diversity partners with more than 30 student organizations interested in social justice and diversity in all of its forms. This session will highlight the programs and services available to students, as well as cultural activities and guest speakers sponsored by the office.

Panel for Parents & Families: Watch the Recording from April 14

Hear from parents of current William & Mary students to learn about what your incoming student will experience while here on campus.

Oh the Places You'll Go Career Services: Watch the Recording from April 8

View the session introduction video too!

Think career services are just for seniors? Think again! Join us for a myth-busting session that will reveal the many reasons to visit us during your first two years on campus. You will learn about the wide variety of programs and services available at the Career Center and get a sneak preview of the Compass Program, a career development initiative designed exclusively for freshmen and sophomores.