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All the Right Moves

Welcome to the Tribe Class of 2020! Not only have you joined an amazing new family, but you have entered into a new world

Debunking a Transfer Myth: Transfers Don’t Have Tribe Pride

One myth about being a transfer student is that transfers do not have school pride. At W&M this myth could not be farther from

Debunking a Transfer Myth: It’s Hard to Get Involved as a Spring Transfer

As a spring transfer, you may come into the process with a lot of different questions than a fall transfer. Specifically, you might be

To All the Incoming Students Who Are Petrified

To all the incoming students who are petrified, unbelieving you’re ready for this, and just trying to make it through Orientation without crying in

Moving On In

It starts with the acceptance letter: the joy, the relief, the celebration. I applied Early Decision and it was certainly the best Christmas present

Room-inating: The Freshman Roommate Experience

I still remember what one of my freshman hall mates said to me on our walk back from taking the honor code pledge in

Three Hours South of Disney World: The Out-of-State Experience

I’ll never forget the moment when I finally asked my hall mate where “NOVA” is. “Northern Virginia, duh.” During New Student Orientation my freshman

Words of Wisdom from your Peer Advisors

As Peer Advisors, it’s our job to help incoming students prepare for and adjust to academic life at William & Mary. All new students will

Get Excited for Orientation

Everyone’s all abuzz (or about to be) with acceptance letters. The turnaround is pretty quick, and before you know it, you’ll be entering Orientation.