- Stay in a hotel. Many local hotels offer rates for long stays that are cheaper than their short stay rates.
- W&M Off-Campus Housing. Sublet an apartment, or rent an apartment for a short period of time. Students who live off campus, but who do not stay in Williamsburg during the summer or winter break, often rent out their rooms when they are away. Some of these options include furnishings (bed, etc.). There are also apartments that are rented by landlords on a monthly basis.
- International Post-it List Serv. Emails go out to the international community on Thursdays. Some students use this to seek housing or advertise spaces.
- Off-Campus Housing Facebook Group. Some students use this to seek housing or advertise spaces. (Note: This group is not officially affiliated with W&M and is provided for informational purposes only. ISSP does not endorse nor confirm the accuracy of its content).
Fall and Spring Break
All residence halls usually remain open for fall break and spring break. Be sure to check the university's academic calendar and with Residence Life for the most up to date information.
All residence halls usually remain open during the Thanksgiving break in November. Be sure to check the university's academic calendar and with Residence Life for the most up to date information.
The residence halls, with the exception of some designated halls (be sure to check with Residence Life for the most up to date information), are not open for occupancy during the longer winter break. W&M undergraduate residence halls usually close after exams. Students are encouraged to plan ahead and make alternative arrangements during semester breaks. If you need assistance locating housing over winter break, please [[globe, contact]] ISSP.
Residence Life does not offer on-campus storage and recommend students to use local storage companies.