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The Sir Christopher Wren building, the oldest college building in America, is one of several historical attractions on the campus of this second-oldest university in the U.S., which boasts four U.S. presidents among its graduates.
We were here for Homecoming Weekend. We visited my wife's sorority, watched the Homecoming Parade and attended a Tailgate Party. I was disappointed in the floats in the parade. Little effort was made to decorate the floats compared to what was done years ago. We...More
An amazing historic college visit that one would think is an expensive private University turns out to be one of Virginia's best public colleges.
Given the older historical buildings and architecture, the W& M campus is magnificent - unlike any other public college in the...More
You read that right. Founded in 1693 the College of William and Mary is still teaching. It is 33rd on the US News & World Report list of national universities. Part of the Virginia state sytem so 70% of the students have to be in-state....More
We are from Arizona and visited William and Mary on our fall break trip to Virginia. We were able to find the admission building for the start of the tour with no problems and enjoyed the information session we received before the tour. Once the...More