Tribe Transfers

Tribe Transfers
  • Offering insights for transfer students from the application process to transfer orientation.

About Tribe Transfers

Thinking about transferring to William & Mary? Wondering how the process works? This blog will give you insight from the Transfer Dean in the Office of Undergraduate Admission (who was a former transfer student to William & Mary herself) and from current transfer students who can tell you all about what it’s like to transfer to William & Mary.

We will share stories and insights from the application process all the way to transfer orientation; we hope you enjoy them and we invite you to share your questions with us!

Posts by Tribe Transfers

Staying Active as a Non-Student Athlete

When I first transferred to William & Mary, a lot of my focus was on my academic work, community service and campus involvement. While

Traditions

William & Mary is rich with history. Walking through the campus can bring you back in time. This is also helped by seeing people

Resources for Pre-Law

Ever dreamed of being a lawyer? Looking to wield the power in a courtroom to advocate for justice? Congrats! You’ve come to the right

Resources for Pre-meds

I always thought about going to medical school and one day being a doctor. I lacked the faith in myself to be able to

Research Opportunities

Sometimes I get so involved in trying to get things done I forget to look around and see what is new. With midterms happening

Why William and Mary? More fun facts!

Dear procrastinators who are still wrapping up their applications and early birds who might be anxiously waiting for the decisions, here are some nontraditional

Don’t Stress: What to do While You Wait for Decision Letters

I remember waiting for a decision letter from William & Mary and feeling anxious. I also remember all the things I could have been doing

Senior Year Reflections

I spent the other night out late “studying” with a friend who is a fellow transfer student and a fellow senior. I say studying

Admission Interview Tips

Last week, I talked about the optional interviews with the Office of Undergraduate Admission. For prospective freshmen, these interviews are not required but they