Spring 2021 features a remote start to undergraduate classes, phased move-in for residential students and break days throughout the semester, all in support of successfully and safely convening in person at William & Mary. Visit W&M's
COVID-19 Dashboard for campus and regional trends.
academic calendarsXổ số điểm are available from the Registrar's Office.
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December 7: Grades due for undergraduate courses, Graduate Arts & Sciences and School of Education
December 31: Remote-work agreements automatically extend through the spring unless amended by a Cabinet member
January 4: Classes begin for Executive MBA program
January 11: Classes begin for online graduate programs (Business and Education)
January 15: Move-in for graduate students
January 19: Classes begin for the Law School
January 22: Move-in for new students (transfer and freshmen), international students and freshmen who studied remotely in the fall
January 23-24: Move-in for returning freshmen and international students
January 25: Classes begin for Full-Time MBA, Flex MBA, MAcc and MSBA programs
January 27: Classes begin remotely for undergraduates
January 27: Classes begin for graduate Arts & Sciences, Marine Science and Education
January 30: Move-in for seniors
February 6-7: Move-in for sophomores and juniors
February 10: In-person and blended undergraduate classes begin convening
February 12: Undergraduate spring break day
March 4: Undergraduate spring break day
March 17: Undergraduate spring break day
April 6: Undergraduate spring break day
April 7: Undergraduate spring break day
April 26: Undergraduate spring break day
April 30: Last day of classes (Law School)
May 7: Last day of classes (Undergraduate, Graduate Arts & Sciences and Marine Science) Last day of classes for Business and Education vary by program. See
all academic calendars. Questions?
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