William & Mary Goes Live

We Admit It! We realize that while we can provide you with (hopefully) useful information throughout the college search process, the best resource for information when looking at colleges are current students themselves. Students can provide you with many invaluable perspectives on the college experience, from what classes are like, to what the campus community is like, to even something as simple as the best places to eat or their favorite spots to study.

When it comes to William & Mary students, not only are they bright and driven, but they are also genuinely good and down-to-earth people. Our Admission Office student volunteers are always thrilled to speak with you when you come to visit campus, and can provide you with valuable input to aid your college search.

In order to provide you with additional opportunities to interact with our students, we are beginning a new Facebook Live initiative on our Undergraduate Admission Facebook page. These Live sessions will feature current William & Mary students, and will occur roughly every week between now and the last week of April (right before the May 1 matriculation deadline). Lasting anywhere from 5-15 minutes, our students will be discussing various aspects of the William & Mary experience, as well as answering questions that you may have.

In order to view these Live sessions, all you have to do is like our Undergraduate Admission Facebook page. You will then be notified when we go “Live.” As you view a Live session, you can post your questions in the comments below the video. If you are not able to view the sessions live, you can still go to our Undergraduate Admission Facebook page anytime, where these videos will be saved for your viewing pleasure.

We are excited for you to interact with our students, and for our students to share their passion for William & Mary with you. We enjoy working with them every day here in Williamsburg, and are sure you are going to enjoy getting to know them too.

Brad Harlan
Assistant Dean of Admission

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