From the Military to MBA: Mastering the art of online learning at W&M

For military personnel, it is often challenging to take time away from serving their country in order to pursue higher education. William & Mary’s Online MBA program offers a unique option where one does not need to sacrifice one for the other. The program allows current servicemen and women to continue working while furthering their education. Read More


W&M alumni to boost MAcc program

William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is tapping into its network of accomplished alumni by asking them to refer the next generation of bright minds to the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program. Read More


Filling the Gaps: Alumna uses technology to provide pre-K education to all

Though federal, state and private programs in the last half-century have expanded early education, there are still more than two million 4-year-olds in the United States without access to pre-K. Claudia Miner ’78, the cofounder executive director of Waterford UPSTART, is working to make quality early education available to all at no cost to families. She recently gave a TED talk on the topic. Read More


Bold stories from the 2019 Scholarships Luncheon

More than 400 people gathered at this year's Scholarships Luncheon during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend. Several students and alumni shared their powerful stories of how scholarships made their bold moments possible. Special guest Jill Ellis ’88, L.H.D. ’16, two-time World Cup winner, told the audience how her scholarship to W&M changed the trajectory of her life. Read More


The haunts that call old campus home

The older a place is, the more likely it is to collect ghost stories and William & Mary’s campus is no exception. Superstitions and rumors spread and change over the years like a haunted game of telephone. Now, W&M tour guides talk about the curse of walking the Crim Dell alone, students walk around — not through — the College Cemetery as they head into Blow, and ghost tours wander over from Colonial Williamsburg in hopes of seeing some spirits. Read More

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