Part of W&M’s Vision 2026 strategic plan, the collaborative launched this month.
The associate vice president for annual giving and philanthropic engagement is responsible for the innovative strategic design, development and implementation of all aspects of the university’s Annual Giving Program.
W&M focuses on providing the best personal educational experience.
Focusing on excellence, W&M Dining builds a community-focused dining experience.
A multi-year project to ensure William & Mary’s historic Wren Building and President’s House are preserved for the next 100 years will begin phase one in the coming weeks.
Phase one of the $700-plus million comprehensive housing and dining facilities project began in July.
The university holds the title as the No. 1 public for internships and alumni giving.
Interim COO advanced projects that will benefit W&M for years to come.
Courtney M. Malveaux J.D. ’02 and State Sen. Thomas K. Norment Jr. J.D. '73 (R-3rd), both alumni of William & Mary Law School, have been appointed to the university’s Board of Visitors.
Davis returns to her alma mater to support the primary educational mission of William & Mary and help advance institutional objectives.
Monday’s 2023 NATO Youth Summit was co-hosted by William & Mary and NATO in Brussels and Washington, D.C.
This spring’s honorees include Stephen Trefethen, lecturer in mathematics, and five student organizations.
Carlane Pittman-Hampton Ph.D. ’03, a higher education leader with more than two decades of experience advancing a variety of initiatives at William & Mary, has been selected as President Katherine A. Rowe’s chief of staff.
Aramark to bring a best-in-class dining program to students, faculty and staff.
Organized by NATO and William & Mary, the event will provide young participants with the opportunity to explore how NATO addresses challenges that the young generation sees as critical to their security.
William & Mary has retained ties to its royal heritage since namesakes King William III and Queen Mary II granted the royal charter establishing the university on Feb. 8, 1693.
William & Mary welcomed admitted students to campus on April 15, 2023, to experience a broad selection of what the university has to offer.
Board of Visitors sets tuition for 2023-24 academic year.
William & Mary has named Suzanne Raitt, a widely respected leader, administrator and professor, as the next dean of the faculty of Arts & Sciences after a national search.
During the Day for Admitted Students on April 15, admitted members of the Class of 2027 and their families can experience a broad selection of what William & Mary has to offer.
William & Mary worked with Virginia’s secretaries of health and education to host a mental health summit March 29 convened by Governor Glenn Youngkin.
Celebrated shoe designer and entrepreneur Stuart Weitzman will visit William & Mary this week to share his story and advice with students.
Pilot shows increased flexibility attracts more talented and successful students
Faculty members whose projects are selected will engage in check-ins to advance their projects across five stages.
Student Affairs took a number of steps in 2023 to advance academic and health and wellness support and experiences, and make those programs more affordable than ever for the university’s students.
Early Decision applications to William & Mary increased 18%, the second consecutive record-breaking year for this phase of the admission process.
New Assistant Provost for Institutional Accreditation & Effectiveness Matthew J. Smith leads institutional effectiveness and change efforts at William & Mary, ensuring compliance with accreditation and state council oversight requirements.
WMPD Police Chief and AVP for Public Safety Deb Cheesebro will retire at the end of the academic year. Deputy Chief Butler will serve in an interim capacity until a search is completed.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission sent out notifications to Early Decision I applicants on Dec. 9 after seeing a significant increase in interest in the program with 25% more applications received this year.
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