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  • Sadler Center

    Sadler Center Dedication: 1994 Previous Name: University Center Rededicated as the Sadler Center: 2008
  • Sarah Ives Gore Child Care Center

    Sarah Ives Gore Child Care Center Constructed: 1992 Named for: Sarah Ives Gore
  • School of Education Building

    A new facility houses the university's nationally-ranked School of Education and brings all of its academic programs, outreach centers, and research projects together in a single setting.
  • Science Hall

    Science Hall Constructed: 1904-1905 Dedication: April 27, 1906 Demolished: 1932
  • Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center

    Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center Constructed: 2009-2010 Named for: Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen
  • Small Hall

    Small Hall Constructed: 1962-1963 Renovation: 1985, 2005
  • Sorority Court

    Sorority Court Opened: 1929 Fire: 2008
  • Steward's House

    Steward's House Constructed: 1851 Destroyed: 1863Map it for me Note: Location on map is approximate.
  • Student Health Center

    Student Health Center Constructed: 1972-1973 Named for: David J. King
  • Swem Library

    The Earl Gregg Swem Library is located at 400 Landrum Drive (formerly Old Campus Drive), across new campus from Andrews Hall at William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • Taliaferro Building

    Taliaferro Building Constructed: 1893-1894 Renovations: 1914, 1932, 1936-1937 Renamed: Fine Arts Building, 1937
  • Taylor building

    Taylor Building Sold by the College: 2007
  • Tennis Courts

    The first tennis courts at William & Mary were located behind the Wren Building. The newspaper for students College Topics (1908-1909) includes references to the desire and need for tennis courts from students and faculty in issues published in fall 1908. As William & Mary's athletic fields…
  • The Brafferton

    The Brafferton, 105 Jamestown Road, is located on the south side of the Wren Yard, southeast of the Wren Building. It was built in 1723 by William & Mary with funds from the estate of English scientist Robert Boyle.
  • Thiemes House

    Thieme's House, 2008 Named for: Mr. & Mrs. A.K. Thieme
  • Tribe Square

    Tribe Square, located across Richmond Road from Blow Memorial Hall and next to Wawa opened in the fall of 2011. Tribe Square offers 56 upper level students a unique living opportunity at William & Mary.
  • Trinkle Hall

    Trinkle Hall opened in September 1926 at William & Mary. Around 1920 a temporary addition was added to the Dining Hall with materials from the Penniman complex. The structure was intended to alleviate overcrowding in Science Hall and to serve as a dorm for 50 and dining hall for 150.
  • Tucker Hall

    Tucker Hall circa 2009 Construction: 1908-1909 Opened: 1909 as the Library Renamed Marshall-Wythe Hall: 1968
  • Tyler Hall

    Rogers Hall Constructed: 1926-1927 Opened: 1927 as Rogers Hall Renamed Chancellors Hall: 1982
  • Washington Hall

    Washington Hall Constructed: 1928-1929 Renovation: 1960, 1989 Named for: George Washington
  • Waterman's Hall

    Watermen's Hall Constructed: 1983-1984 Dedication: June 29, 1984
  • Wigwam

    Wigwam, 1950 Years of Operation: 1942-1986 Fire: 1982
  • William J. Hargis, Jr. Library

    William J. Hargis, Jr. Library Dedicated: 2004 Named for: William J. Hargis, Jr.
  • Williamsburg Bray School

    Williamsburg's Bray School was established in 1760 by The Associates of Dr. Bray, an Anglican charity based in England and named for Thomas Bray. During the School’s operation (1760-1774), its sole teacher, Ann Wager, educated almost 400 free and enslaved African American children.
  • Willis Hall

    Willis Hall (formerly Taliaferro Hall), east facade facing Campus Center, undated Constructed: 1934-1935 Opened: 1935

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