On Sept. 29, 2016, William & Mary kicked off its regional campaign in New York City as the iconic Empire State Building shined brightly in green and gold in honor of alumni, students, parents and friends around the world.
This is an ambitious goal, but one we must achieve in order to continue to provide an education of the highest caliber.
Every now and then, someone or something extraordinary comes along that changes everything. Every now and then is every day at William & Mary.
More than 300 years ago William & Mary gave its first scholarship thanks to the support of private donors.
Lu Sevier is one of approximately 20 summer fellows and 120 students at AidData. She has trained and managed a team of 13 research assistants and interns who have geocoded 1,035 World Bank projects and around 4,500 projects in Afghanistan, Rwanda, Burundi, Colombia and Somalia for the Hewlett Foundation, the Department of Defense and the African Development Bank.
How have our Alumni changed the world? Graham Henshaw, Executive Director for the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center, explains what Transformational Innovation is and how William & Mary is committed to cultivating the next generation of innovators.
The mission of the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Benefits Clinic is to provide current and former military service members with knowledge of and assistance with pursuing available disability benefits resulting from their military service.
Head coach of the 2015 World Cup champion U.S. National Women's Soccer Team Jill Ellis '88 discusses the meaning of the scholarship she received at William & Mary.
During Homecoming weekend 2015, William & Mary publicly launched a bold campaign that builds on the institution's strengths and forges a new path to ensure the College's extraordinary leadership in the 21st century.