Engagement is a cornerstone for leadership development and positive change. And, engagement has not waned during the pandemic. We continue to support the forward progress of over 400 recognized student organizations, including community engagement, intramurals (where possible), fraternity and sorority life, AMP, wellness, and much more.
We have new items to activate the outdoors. Fire pits provide warmth outside Sadler and McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. There are new swings near the Crim Dell Meadow. We've lit up the Sadler Terrace and the Crim Dell Meadow. We scattered Adirondack chairs across the campus, students can borrow camp chairs from Sadler or Campus Rec and we created new study spaces in our seventeen tents. The start of the spring semester brings 20 days and 21 events or programs at Sadler!
We are deeply committed to living our community values of belonging, respect, and integrity so that the double doors of inclusion are swung wide open for everyone. We believe a curious learner is an emerging leader.
We work each day to come closer to realizing our shared vision of creating an engaging learning environment for all, where individuals flourish and the bonds of community are strengthened. This semester is different and with challenge comes the opportunity for new and better. We’re here for you.
- Office of Community Engagement
- Office of Student Unions and Engagement
- Office of Student Leadership Development
- Office of Student Veteran Engagement
- FGLI at W&M
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