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College gives fewer Pell Grants than any other public university in the nation

College gives fewer Pell Grants than any other public university in the nation

Posted On: April 05, 2016

The College of William and Mary is the least socioeconomically diverse college in the United States with only [...]

12 professors design new COLL 200 classes

12 professors design new COLL 200 classes

Posted On: March 29, 2016

Six professor pairs received a Reveley Interdisciplinary Fellows grant to design and teach an interdisciplinary class. The [...]

Going beyond Williamsburg: College receives Simon Award

Going beyond Williamsburg: College receives Simon Award

Posted On: March 29, 2016

Since its foundation in 1693, the College of William and Mary has had a long history as an [...]

Rebecca Schectman ’16 becomes second College student selected for Luce Scholarship

Rebecca Schectman ’16 becomes second College student selected for Luce Scholarship

Posted On: March 15, 2016

International relations major Rebecca Schectman ’16 will spend a year working in Asia after being selected for the [...]

Richard Bland College sees increase in enrollment

Richard Bland College sees increase in enrollment

Posted On: December 05, 2015

Richard Bland College’s final fall 2015 enrollment numbers showed a 36 percent increase. Richard Bland now has more [...]

Annual budgets increase for GSWS, Africana studies

Annual budgets increase for GSWS, Africana studies

Posted On: December 05, 2015

Last month, a flurry of social media activity suggested that the College of William and Mary was slashing [...]

College student launches LGBTIQ history project

College student launches LGBTIQ history project

Posted On: November 24, 2015

The College of William and Mary is launching the Mattachine Project to research and archive the history of [...]

Neurodiversity speaker series begins with presentation about autism

Neurodiversity speaker series begins with presentation about autism

Posted On: November 10, 2015

Steve Silberman, author of the New York Times bestseller “NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of [...]

ACTA gives COLL curriculum a “D” grade for requirements

ACTA gives COLL curriculum a “D” grade for requirements

Posted On: November 10, 2015

The College of William and Mary’s new COLL curriculum received a D from the American Council of Trustees [...]

Swem hosts forum on textbook affordability

Swem hosts forum on textbook affordability

Posted On: November 09, 2015

The Earl Gregg Swem Library sponsored a visit Nov. 6 from Cable Green, Creative Commons’ director of global [...]