“Green” and “Gold”

Admit It!  Colleges must progress with the times.  Despite William & Mary’s nearly 320 years of history it is no exception.  Sustainability has become an important part of the College’s mission.  From zip cars to a student-initiated green fee and the projects it supports, to sustainability fellows and the first campus-wide DOT campaign, the College has been committed to putting the green and the gold in green and gold.  In fact, W&M received a green rating of 93 and was listed among the country’s most environmentally responsible colleges by The Princeton Review.

And now the College is proud to boast three LEED Gold buildings, the Cohen Career Center, Miller Hall (home to the Mason School of Business) and the School of Education.  All construction on campus seeks to obtain LEED certification.

Miller Hall -- Home to the Mason School of Business

Cohen Career Center

School of Education

So next time you raise the green and gold know that we support our school colors in more ways than one.
Wendy Livingston ’03, M.Ed. ’09
Senior Assistant Dean of Admission

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