Why participate on a W&M faculty-led summer program?
It's a Unique Study Abroad Experience
W&M Faculty-led programs provide an opportunity for international engagement and understanding. These programs aim to create communities where global leaders are built through intentional experiential learning and activities.
W&M Faculty Led
Courses are taught by W&M faculty and/or faculty from partner institutions.
W&M Credits and Grades
W&M credits and grades earned are posted on the William & Mary transcript.
All programs fulfill the COLL 300 requirement
The W&M Program Directors, Reves Center, and partner institutions work together to provide support to W&M students before and while abroad.
Program Directors on programs receive specialized training from GEO and Reves Center staff, along with other W&M offices.
W&M Experiential Learning
Programs designed to connect students to the host culture by academically engaging students inside and outside of the classroom.
Each program connects the W&M courses to the study abroad location.
W&M Summer Program Application Deadlines
Students pay a non-refundable program application fee of $75.
New for Summer 2022, there is a priority deadline of December 1, 2021.
Students who apply by December 1 will be given priority on eligibility for programs and scholarships.
Please note that programs may need their capacity at the December 1 dedline and may not be accepting new applicants after that time, so to ensure best consideration for your first choice program, we encourage you to apply by December 1.
Some students opt to go on a Third Party program during the summer. These programs are often popular with students looking for experiences in locations where W&M does not currently offer direct programming. These types of programs cover a vast array of experiences. Students should visit the Third Party Programs page for more information.
W&M ROTC Project GO
Project GO (Global Officers) is an initiative sponsored by the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO) and administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE) aimed at improving the language skills, regional expertise, and intercultural communication skills of future military officers. Learn more about W&M's Project GO summer Chinese and Russian language programs.