COVID-19

At William & Mary, we hold the value of belonging among our most cherished ideals. In this pandemic, I count on each of us to affirm that value: it is our individual and collective responsibility to create a welcoming and caring community that embraces diverse people and perspectives. I join  in asking everyone in our community, near and far, to treat one another with mutual respect – and with compassion for the uncertainty and worry that we face together. Incidents of hate, xenophobia and racism have no place on our campus or in our communities and will not be tolerated.

– Katherine A. Rowe, President

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President Katherine A. Rowe will host a series of virtual Community Conversations about the impacts of COVID-19 on our community beginning March 27 at 2 p.m.

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All W&M classes are being held remotely through the end of the semester. Residence halls closed for the 2020 spring semester on March 25. Employees should work remotely.

While the university is still operating, facilities are locked, accessible by electronic or manual key to those who require entry.

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FAQs for Faculty, Employees & Students

If you have questions specifically related to area impact of COVID-19, the Virginia Department of Health has opened a call center at 757-594-7069. Please check the Peninsula & Hampton Health District Facebook page for hours of operation. For detailed information about the COVID-19 disease, visit the CDC website

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