Student Affairs

"The William & Mary experience is more than amazing professors and great facilities. By fostering an environment that supports and challenges students to fully engage, by graduation they’ve had access to one of the richest student experiences in the nation. That’s why we’re proud to support Student Affairs and its vital work on campus."

Janet Rollins Atwater '84 & Peter Atwater '83
Student Affairs Representatives, Campaign Steering Committee

Support Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to creating an engaging learning environment where community is strengthened and individuals flourish. We encourage student learning and personal growth through meaningful co-curricular and extracurricular activities, and promote student wellbeing within a campus community that is purposeful, just, caring, disciplined, open and celebrative.

Through student-centered programs, policies and services, the Division of Student Affairs prepares students to learn, lead and live with integrity and purpose. Consider a gift to Student Affairs and make an immediate impact on William & Mary today.

Priorities

PILLAR I: WHERE GREAT MINDS MEET | $6 MILLION

SCHOLARSHIPS | $3 million

  • Stipends for Graduate Students

TEACHING EXCELLENCE | $3 million

  • Center for Student Diversity | endowed directorship | $1 million
  • Student Leadership Development | endowed directorship | $1 million
  • Community Engagement | endowed directorship | $1 million

PILLAR II: MAKING THE REMARKABLE | $7.5 MILLION

ENGAGED LEARNING, INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION | $4 million

  • Leadership Development Experiences | $200,000
  • University Speakers Series | $250,000
  • Career Development Immersion Trips | $250,000
  • Tribe Tutor Zone Endowment | $100,000
  • Student Accessibility Services Endowment | $100,000
  • Care Support Services | The Haven Endowment | $100,000
  • Student Life Impact Fund/Parents Fund | $3 million

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES | $3.5 million

  • Integrative Wellness Center (naming and enhancing interior spaces)
  • Field Enhancements for Intramurals/Improvements for Campus Recreation
  • Fraternity/Sorority Community Building

PILLAR III: A PASSION FOR IMPACT | $6.5 MILLION

LEADERSHIP INITIATIVES | $3 million

  • Leadership Institute | $1 million
  • Internship Opportunities | $2 million

WILLIAM & MARY IN THE WORLD | $2 million

  • Alternative Spring Break Service Trips | $1 million
  • Pre-Orientation Experiences | $1 million

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT | $1.5 million

  • William & Mary Community Engagement Fellows | $1.5 million

Fact Sheets

You can learn more about the Student Affairs goals & priorities in the fact sheet, which can be downloaded here.

  •  Anna Norville ,  Senior Director, Parent & Family Giving and Student Affairs Philanthropy
  •  757-221-1426
  •   anorville@wm.edu

W&M Impact News

Cloudera Foundation awards more than US$1.7M to help AidData and Terre des hommes use data to address pressing global challenges

The Cloudera Foundation was created in 2017 because its founders believe that the responsible use of data is a powerful tool to make progress on the world’s most challenging problems. They set up the Cloudera Foundation to make it easier for organizations globally to use data to address social and environmental problems.

W&M hosts Iron Chef star

On December 3, lunchtime in Sadler Center’s Center Court was no ordinary affair. Students lined up 30-deep at select stations while the smells of Asian cuisine filled the air. Holding court at the steamy ramen counter was celebrity chef Katsuya Fukushima, who was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” and “Iron Chef.” In addition to the vegetable ramen noodles, Fukushima designed two other plates for William & Mary students, a smashed Waygu burger with seaweed and a roasted cauliflower dish presented in sculptural parchment.