The Parent & Family Programs Webinar Series is intended to be an interactive resource designed to help you connect with faculty, staff, and students, and to answer some of your questions about programs at William & Mary.
Visit the links below to review recordings of our sessions throughout the semester, or to join live at the time of the program.
Summer 2020 Webinar Schedule
365体育首页1:19 If a student is sent to Richmond hall because they have COVID-19 who will be taking care of them and can families come pick them up? 4:35 Will there be airconditioned space that students can be that aren’t their residence halls? 6:35 If a student is remote for the first semester how will the student be placed in a residence hall for the spring semester? 7:40 Can you tell us about activities that William & Mary has planned that will allow students to still make friends under the COVID restrictions 10:31 Are students required to completely empty their dorm rooms on November 25th? 13:19 What advice do you give students if they do not get along with their roommate? 17:00 On move in day once your scheduled hour is up to move in do students have the rest of the day to themselves or will they immediately have activities? Do students stay on campus once they are all moved in or should parents take them back home? 20:38 Are students limited to only one 2X3 rug? 22:48 If my roommate decides to go online will I be moved, or will they be without a roommate? 24:25 How will the bathrooms in residence halls be kept safe and how will the showers/toilet usage work? 26:37 Is OneTribe place going to be used for quarantine? 27:23 Has there been any discussion about allowing students in non-air-conditioned residence halls without a doctor’s note? 29:10 Will student who fail to follow COVID-19 guidelines be subject to any disciple? 31:12 Will food trucks or other dining facilities allow for dining dollar usage? 32:45 Should students be concerned if they do not have a room assignment yet? 34:14 What will convocation look like for the class of 2024? 35:24 What will the music ensembles look like during the fall semester? 37:05 Can a student bring a microwave and fridge for the residence hall? 39:05 What happens if a student tests positive for COVID-19? 40:05 Does William & Mary have any timelines for the Spring Semester? 41:00 Are masks going to be required in residence halls lounges and bathrooms? 41:47 What will the dining situation be in the fall? 43:22 Can you go into detail about the logistics of the move in process? 49:43 If a student is moved to Richmond Hall for self-isolation will they have to move all of their belongings there? 51:07 what is the best ship belongings to a residence hall? 54:00 What are the additional measure being taken to clean residence halls and common areas? 58:29 Can families visit their students on the weekend? 59:37 How many students are going to be on campus this semester vs how many are going fully remote? 1:03:05 Will each hall have an RA and do the RA’s attempt to bring the students together at the beginning of the semester? 1:05:01 Will families have the contact information of the RA if they would like the address them directly? 1:07:53 Will students be allowed to us the communal spaces like the kitchen? 1:10:37 What happens to a student if the students’ roommate is positive for COVID-19? 1:12:54 What happens if there is a hurricane near campus? 1:15:16 Are students allowed to being air purifiers or fans for their rooms? 1:16:22 If we want to know about the specifics of our assigned room where should we go to find that information? 1:18:15 Sense families won’t have student helpers to move them in can I bring an additional person to bring with me (3 Helpers) 1:19:40 Once my student is checked in and moved in is there time for us to go to dinner together? 1:21:40 If my student moves in on the first day of move in will there be orientation that day? If my student moves in on the last day are they missing orientation? 1:23:00 How will staggered move in be handled? 1:34:03 Is there a size limit for fridges and microwaves? 1:25:00 When is the deadline for deciding if students want to attend in person this fall? 1:25:55 How do students pay for the laundry machine? 1:28:45 If a student has applied for an all remote exemption should a student also book a move in slot just in case? 1:32:12 Will students be able to walk around the town of Williamsburg or is it discouraged? 1:35:06 For students who have chosen to be fully remote are they still allowed to participate in Orientation? 1:37:30 What if I want to bring 2 cars to campus for move in? 1:40:00 Are there trashcans in the residence hall rooms or should students bring their own? 1:42:03 Should students bring their own toilet paper? 1:43:39 Are first year students allowed to bring a bike to campus? 1:44:16 Does every student need to bring a printer? 1:45:40 If a student was assigned a roommate and they decided not to come to campus will they be assigned a new roommate? 1:46:46 Are students going to get their tests on time before they leave for Williamsburg?
365体育首页At William & Mary, we believe that student leadership development is a cornerstone in supporting our students to become engaged citizens. Student leadership involves cultivating a frame of mind for exploring self, others and community. Join representatives from Student Leadership & Development to learn more about how your student can begin the process of getting involved at W&M.
365体育首页0:45: Why are some Call 100/150 Classes closed? 1:28- When does my student register? 2:01- With a shift to online learning will the number of seats increase? 4:02- How can my student schedule an advising appointment? 4:28- Is there going to be a more specific Schedule/registration time frame for students? My student is still showing a 10 day time frame. 5:44- If I am not able to register for a class during the 8 credit period and it fills up is there a waitlist that students can put their names on ahead of the add/drop period? 6:22- Can you explain the process for students who want to change their classes to a remote option? Are we increasing the number of online classes this semester? 9:00- what are the details of the 8 day self isolation requirement? What could make the 8 days start over? 11:14- Will there be sanitizing wipes/spray at classroom doors to wipe desks down? 13:08- should our students have heard from their peer advisor by now or should be student reach out when they have questions? 14:08 -Who do we need to contact if my students peer advisor does not reply? 14:26- What can the Family expect to happen once the student has moved into their residence hall? 16:11- Can parents return to campus after their student is moved in? 16:50- Are choir classes still being offered during the pandemic? 17:28- Is their a specific time frame for changing classes at the beginning of the semester? 18:27- Do you know how many classes are face to face vs online learning? 20:58- Will students be required to fully move out after exams? 21:40- Can students leave campus? 22:40- For asynchronous courses how will students connect Sith professors? 23: 28- Can you briefly describe the registration process for new students? 25:52 Are all classes, even those listed face to face, offered online in case the student contracts the cornovirus? 27:23- Will professors be able to continue changing the format of classes? Is there a date when modalities will be finalized? 29:17 - Would you please advise on the optimal computer from the bookstore? 30:10- If my student moves in on Friday will they miss out on the activities from Wednesday-Friday? 31:00- How will meal plans work for students moving in on Wednesday and Thursday? 32:03 If there is a class not offered at William & Mary can my student take it online at another institution and still get credit for it at William & Mary? 34:08- How can you petition for an underload? 35:29- If a student requests an underload to take one class this semester will this help with registering for classes next semester? 36:15- Do you have a sense of how language classes and labs are being handled this semester? 38:43- How is taking all of your classes remotely on campus better from taking all fo your classes remotely at home? 41:55- What resources are available at William & Mary for student who aren’t sure what they want to major in? 44:19- Will there be air conditioned space for students to take classes? 44:59- If students have to stay home this semester what will happen to my roommate/room if I want to return in the spring? 46:07- Is the open course list accurate when it lists a course online? Is it subject to change? 47:27- when is the last day that students can decide to take a semester off/withdraw? 49:04- Would holding classes outside ever be considered? 50:08- Will student have to opportunity to change classes?Are the new classes and modalities currently available for viewing somewhere? 51:29- When is the last day for a student to select all remote classes? 53:15- Will William & Mary do temperature checks along with testing? 54:00- When will students be assigned a faculty advisor? 55:10 - With science classes that are remote asynchronous will there still be a lab component? 56:05- If a student is taking the semester off will they keep the same room in the spring? 56:34- Other then College studies, What are some good courses/requirements to focus on their first semester? 59:22- If a student pans to take classes remotely for the fall semester is it an option to attend orientation in person?
The Cohen Career Center offers career development programs, services, connections, and resources, empowering students to achieve their career goals. Join representatives from the Cohen Career Center as they discuss resources available to your student's first year and beyond.
365体育首页Your student is about to embark on a liberal arts education. But what is a COLL curriculum and how does your student know what classes to sign up for? Join representatives from Academic Advising to learn about course registration and how advising works at W&M.
Between dining on campus, purchasing textbooks, and getting your student's Tribe Card, Auxiliary Services offers essential student services .Join representatives from Auxiliary Services to learn more about meal plans, the W&M bookstore, and other critical services your student will use during their time at W&M.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) offers a variety of services for William & Mary students. From the Watson Lab to special needs housing, they are here to help your student in any way they can. Join representatives from SAS to learn more about upcoming deadlines and how they can aid in your student's transition to W&M.
W&M's four (4) pre-Orientation programs are a great way for your student to learn more about themselves and their community the summer before they join the Tribe in August. Join representatives from each program to learn more about deadlines, cost, and experience.
Join Lauren Garrett, Director of First Year Experience, and Heather Deere, Assistant Director of Parent & Family Programs, as they discuss the Tribe Guide, summer next steps, and how both offices will support your transition moving forward.
365体育首页Peter Atwater is a William & Mary alumni, parent and a pioneer in the developing field of confidence-driven decision-making. In addition to teaching a freshman COLL 150 class on the topic, he serves as a consultant to corporations and institutional investors, helping them to better understand the impact of changing confidence on consumer preferences, decisions and actions.
Join faculty and staff from across campus to discuss how to support your student through and after a busy exam period.
Join the Senior Peer Advisors to discuss the logistics of moving to St Andrews.
365体育首页Join representatives from Residence Life to learn about the 2020 Room Selection process.
Join President Rowe for a conversation about her recent read "Range" by David Epstein.
Learn about Study Abroad opportunities and deadlines from Director of Global Education, Sylvia Mitterndorfer.
Join the Director of the Counseling Center for an informative webinar about services offered to students.
Join representatives of Academic Advising to discuss Academic Advising at William & Mary.
Webinar begins at 2:30. For more information about Study in DC visit www.wm.ed/studyindc