In This Issue
Helpful Links
Parent & Family Programs
University Registrar
Arts & Sciences
2014 President's Report
The annual report includes a message from William & Mary President Taylor Reveley, a year-in-review video, feature stories, news highlights from throughout the year and a financial report on the university.
Top Rankings
W&M Among Most Efficient Universities

William & Mary operates more efficiently than any other university in Virginia, according to an analysis released by U.S. News & World Report Thursday. 

The magazine looked at the highest-ranked public and private schools in its 2015 Best Colleges guide, released in September 2014, and produced a list of the highest-quality educational programs at the lowest cost.

February 2015
One Tribe, One Family
Reves Center
An Afternoon with Ambassador David Scheffer
On Tuesday, February 17th at 12:50pm, Ambassador David Scheffer will speak about his experiences as the first U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, and as the UN Secretary General's Special Expert on UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. His visit is being co-sponsored by the Reves Center for International Studies, the International Law Society, and the Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding Program.
Student Assembly and AMP Sponsor Charter Day Concert
Grammy Award-winning rapper Ludacris will headline the 2015 Charter Day concert at William & Mary. Singer-songwriter Andy Grammer will open. The Office of Student Leadership Development is excited to support two student organizations (SA & AMP) to bring a major concert to W&M as part of the annual Charter Day festivities. Tickets available now.
Career Center

Career Readiness Workshops and Career Fair

Your student can start the spring semester off in the right direction by becoming career ready and making connections with employers. The Cohen Career Center is offering a variety of workshops which include: Effective Interviewing; Resumes, Cover Letters, and LinkedIn; Internship Search Strategies; Job Search Strategies; Career and Professional Connections; and How to Network at the Career Fair. Students will then have an excellent opportunity to connect with employers and prove their career readiness during the Spring Career and Internship Fair on Friday, January 30. An average of 70-80 employers are expected to participate. Students can view a list of participating organizations through Tribe Careers.

Alternative Spring Break Sign-Ups are Open
Students are invited to sign up for an alternative spring break trip, in which groups of 12 participate in service with communities along the Eastern seaboard. Trip focuses range from environmental sustainability to human rights, health care and poverty. Trips cost $250 and include all expenses; need-based financial aid is available so that all can participate.
The Haven Trains New Volunteers
On January 24th and 25th, The Haven trained 42 student advocates to support students impacted by sexual violence and harassment.  With this new cohort of volunteers The Haven will be accessible to students for over 80 hours seven days a week.  This semester, the advisory board hopes to increase programming and awareness on student campus.  Donations and feedback are welcome from any and all people interested in the cause.

Thank you for a successful 2014! This calendar year 2,275 parents made gifts to the College totaling over $2 million! Join thousands of fellow Tribe families. Support the Parents Fund today!  

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