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  • Admissions

    Information related to Admissions at William & Mary. The Admission Office is located on Jamestown Road.
  • Career Center

    The Career Center coordinates career development programs and recruitment services for all undergraduate and graduate programs at William & Mary except the Law School and School of Business MBA programs. The Career Center will be moving to the Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center in 2010.…
  • Dean of Graduate Studies and Research

    The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research is a unit at William & Mary. It was originally called the Dean of Graduate Arts and Sciences and then expanded to include other Graduate Programs at the college. "The Office of Graduate Studies and Research administers recruiting, admissions,…
  • Dean of Men

    The Dean of Men at William & Mary was the early to mid-twentieth century equivalent of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Its counterpart the Dean of Women was established in 1918 as women students entered the college.
  • Dean of Students

    At William & Mary "The Office of the Dean of Students assists all students, graduate and undergraduate, from their initial orientation to the College through successful completion of their academic and personal goals.
  • Dean of the College

    In 1909, the Dean of the College was created at William & Mary. The first Dean of the College was John Lesslie Hall, Professor of English and History at the College from 1888-1928. Hall served as Dean of the College from 1909-1920. Kremer J.
  • Dean of Undergraduate Studies

    At William & Mary "The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies oversees the undergraduate curriculum in Arts and Sciences. Central to the College's mission is a firm commitment to providing a liberal arts education to its students and using this education as the foundation on which to build…
  • Dean of Women

    The Dean of Women was established in 1918, when William & Mary admitted its first female students. Dr. Caroline F. Tupper was William & Mary's first Dean of Women. The position ended in 1973 when the Dean of Women and the Dean of Men positions came under one heading as the Dean of Students.
  • National Planned Giving Institute

    "The William & Mary National Planned Giving Institute offers a series of four seminars covering all aspects of gift development through major current and deferred planned giving. The Institute puts the donor at the heart of the planned giving process, while providing gift planners with the…
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs

    The Office of Minority Student Affairs and the Office of Multicultural Affairs preceded the Center for Student Diversity at William & Mary. In Fall, 2009, this office changed its name to Center for Student Diversity.
  • Office of the Vice President for Administration

    The departments within Administration provide a wide range of services to the College and broader community. As stewards of the College's human and physical resources, we are committed to providing the highest quality of service in a responsive and responsible manner. The Vice President for…
  • Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

    The College of William & Mary and The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation founded the Institute of Early American History and Culture in 1943 and still jointly sponsor its work. In 1996 the College and Colonial Williamsburg added Omohundro to the Institute's name in recognition of a generous…

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