This October 19-22, Homecoming and Reunion Weekend will bring the Tribe together for events for every age and interest. Rediscover that inside joke over a drink at a class reunion. Pick up right where you left off with old friends and discover new connections. Feel the crisp fall breeze refresh the Sunken Garden. Fall in love with alma mater all over again. Learn more at homecoming.wm.edu.
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The program features Adam Gorb’s Summer Dances as well as works by American composers Cindy McTee and Ulysses Kay plus a video montage of W&M Bands past and present.
$10 general admission; FREE for students with ID
A brunch to welcome back our Gamma Phi Beta alumnae and their families.
The Chemistry Department would like to invite you to an ISC Homecoming Open House with all the departments and programs housed in the ISC.
All Classical Studies Alumni, Family and Friends are invited to join us for informal conversations. A light brunch will be served.
Once again, ENSP will join forces with Geology to co-host a Homecoming Brunch outdoors at the new Rock Garden next to Crim Dell.
A Homecoming Brunch for Economics, Government, International Relations and Public Policy Alumni.
Alumni and friends are invited to an Open House in front of Adair Hall. Meet faculty and reminisce. Light refreshments will be available.
Fun hand-on activities, public lectures, lab visits, engaging demo shows, and best liquid nitrogen ice cream!
Enjoy a light breakfast and casual networking with alumni and current students. This event is sponsored by One Tribe One Network, the Cohen Career Center and the Alumni Association. Early Bird Pricing (until October 9): $5 Standard Pricing: $8
Come and celebrate with us. Reminisce your favorite William & Mary moments and create some new ones.
Join the Undergraduate Honor Council for a reunion and update as to its activities and initiatives! See old friends and meet our current students!
Is a graduate business program right for your career? Join business school admissions directors and leave knowing which program may be the right fit.