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The City of Williamsburg

The City of Williamsburg, founded in 1699,  was the colonial capital of Virginia and has a history that is wed to the American Revolution.  Today Williamsburg is cultivating a modern urbanism supported by a historic quality of life.  Revolutionary thinking is still a component of this local government and it is evident in their support of programs, organizations, and events that provide vibrancy in a college town with a bustling tourism economy.

The Roy R. Charles Center for Academic Excellence

The Charles Center supports faculty development, student research and engaged learning, honors and interdisciplinary studies. The Charles Center, founded in 1986, has played a pivotal role in establishing William & Mary’s well-deserved reputation as a “Public Ivy.” The Center is dedicated to expanding the number of high impact research and interdisciplinary opportunities that are available to students, and to supporting faculty efforts to adopt new teaching methods to integrate the teaching and research missions of the College.

The W&M Reves Center for International Studies

The Reves Center for International Studies is the home of the office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs, the Global Education Office, and the Office of International Students, Scholars, and Programs at William & Mary.

Established in 1989 with a gift from Wendy Reves in memory of her husband Emery, author of The Anatomy of Peace, the Reves Center supports and promotes the internationalization of learning, teaching, research and community involvement at the university. Today, more than two decades since its founding, the Reves Center continues to enhance international education at William & Mary through programs for education abroad, international students and scholars, and global engagement across the university.

Alma Mater Productions (AMP)

Alma Mater Productions (AMP), the primary campus-wide programming body at William & Mary, strives to provide diverse, high-quality entertainment in a safe, inclusive environment at a low cost to the college community. AMP serves as a resource for the programming, social, leadership and educational needs of all individuals that make up the student body.

Williamsburg Area Arts Commission

The Williamsburg Area Arts Commission (WAAC) assists Williamsburg City Council and James City County Board of Supervisors and other organizations in supporting and stimulating excellence in the arts and in creating an atmosphere that encourages the growth, development, and accessibility of cultural amenities for the benefit of residents and visitors.

Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg operates the world’s largest living history museum, preserving Virginia’s 18th-century capital as a fully functioning city. Fun, engaging experiences transport guests back in time and highlight the relevance of America’s founding era to contemporary life. The Colonial Williamsburg experience includes more than 600 restored or reconstructed buildings, historic trade shops, renowned museums of decorative arts and folk art, extensive educational outreach programs for students and teachers, lodging, culinary options from historic taverns to casual or elegant dining, the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club featuring 45 holes designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and his son Rees Jones, a full-service spa and fitness center managed by Trilogy Spa, pools, retail stores and gardens. Philanthropic support and revenue from admissions, products and hospitality operations sustain Colonial Williamsburg’s educational programs and preservation initiatives. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization; philanthropic support and revenue from admissions, products and operations sustain its educational programs and preservation initiatives.

W&M Libraries

The University Libraries support and enhance teaching and research and foster intellectual curiosity, creativity and lifelong learning. Swem Library  is home to the Charles Reeder Media Center, an inspiring hub for creativity and the host of the 24 Speed film making contest. The library boasts 2 million books, a comprehensive film collection in DVD and streaming formats,  and an assortment of spaces, tools and equipment to support aspiring musicians and filmmakers. The Special Collections Research Center preserves and makes accessible the Glenn Close papers, and includes the manuscripts of numerous alumni involved in theater, film, publishing and television.