It is a sometimes overlooked fact that nearly one quarter of the incoming class at the University of Mary Washington each fall will be transfer students, both from the Virginia Community College System and from other two- and four- year schools. That number is likely to grow in the coming years.
One of UMW’s most distinctive programs is a combination academic course/public lecture series titled “Great Lives: Biographical Approaches to History and Culture.”
As students return home for Thanksgiving and the Winter Holidays, it is the perfect time to engage in a conversation about summer 2018 plans, which can include one of UMW’s international education opportunities led by our own professors.
As students are well into the fall semester, the Writing Center is becoming busier. The expectations for writing are growing each year as students learn more and become immersed in their classes.
When I was a college student, I tried not to worry about what I was going to do with my degree after I earned it. My university (and my parents) reassured me that as a well-educated, well-spoken person, I could do anything I wanted.
Family Weekend is an important time for students and family members to reconnect after the first few weeks of classes. It is empowering for students to show their families around their new campus home and reassuring for parents to see their children thriving as college students.
Transitioning from high school to college is not easy. New students are figuring out how to live on their own, manage their time, and make new friends.
UMW Theatre enjoyed extraordinary success in the 2016-17 season, playing to over 90% capacity for 42 performances of four productions in Klein Theatre. Building on that success, our students, faculty, and staff are already at work on the 2017-18 season.
Welcome to UMW! Here is some important information regarding your student’s Financial Aid:
With another semester underway, it is time to think about major declaration.