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Graduate TA Handbook and Resources

A Handbook for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows in Arts & Sciences

William & Mary Resources for Undergraduate Students

William & Mary has a lot of excellent resources for undergraduate students to enable and enrich their education. Here are some of the most common things you may need to refer your students to.

  • Student Accessibility Services
    A student requesting accommodations in the classroom must fill out an online form.
     
  • Dean of Students Office
    Provides support for Academic Enrichment, Care Support Services, Enrollment Support, Parent & Family Programs, and Community Values & Restorative Practices.
     
  • Reporting a Concern
    If a student is concerned about the wellbeing of a peer, they can submit an anonymous Care Report. Students can also report misconduct including hazing, sexual assault, and student conduct violations.
     
  • Tribe TutorZone
    ‚ÄčPaid one-on-one tutoring by trained, faculty-recommended peer tutors.
     
  • Writing Resources Center
    Located in Swem and staffed by undergraduate peer tutors. The History Department also has a discipline-specific writing center, the History Writing Resources Center.
     
  • William & Mary Libraries
    Point students toward research and citation guides, study rooms, equipment, and research librarians. Students can make one-on-one appointments with a research librarian. You can also schedule a session with a librarian specially tailored for your class.
     
  • McLeod Tyler Wellness Center
    An integrated approach to whole-student wellness, including the Counseling Center and the Health Center.
     
  • Academic Advising
    Students can use the Academic Advising office to help locate a faculty advisor and identify opportunities to advance academic goals.
     
  • Undergraduate Research
    For students interested in pursuing individual research. They can also contact the Charles Center for additional resources, including funding opportunities.
     
  • Reves Center
    For students interested in studying abroad, and for international students.