Latest about COVID-19 and the Path Forward for fall.
W&M is adapting so you can do your best work this fall.
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Get to know the William & Mary campus and community on Instagram through the eyes of a different person each week.
Majors & MinorsExplore William & Mary’s more than 100 majors and minors, designed to be an all-you-can-learn experience.
Explore CampusTake a virtual tour or simply take in the sights and sounds of our vibrant university campus.
Families are invited to a unique virtual experience, September 24-27. They’ll learn about world-class faculty, experience special performances, and connect with families from across the nation.
W&M&YouProvide real-time feedback to W&M through quick text polls. See the latest results & register your mobile number to participate.
Healthy TogetherSelect Healthy Together in W&M Mobile to find your Daily Health Check, COVID-19 test results and reporting options, and more. Available for iOS, Android and at m.wm.edu.
W&M stands together to condemn the violation of individual rights, to name our grief and outrage and to support peaceful protest.
Path Forward: Fall 2020William & Mary is adapting so you can do your best work this fall.
Explore the different people our students live and learn with on campus, and the alumni they have become.
Family WeekendJoin us virtually, September 24-27. Learn about world-class faculty, experience special performances from talented student groups, and connect with families from across the nation.
Tune in online October 12-23, 2020, for engaging opportunities to connect virtually with each other and William & Mary.
Alumni MagazineCheck out the Fall 2020 online-only issue of the W&M Alumni Magazine.
Social MediaTo stay up to date on the latest W&M happenings, follow the W&M Alumni Association on social media.
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W. Taylor Reveley, III (1998), President and John Stewart Bryan Professor of Law, A.B., Princeton University; J.D., University of Virginia.
Michael R. Halleran (2009), Provost and Professor of Classical Studies, A.B. Kenyon College; A.M. and Ph.D., Harvard University.