Our Facilities

  • Home of the School of Education
    Home of the School of Education  The sign no longer reads "future home of"  Photo by German Mendez
  • Facility is almost complete
    Facility is almost complete  Landscaping has begun  Photo by German Mendez
  • Cornerstone of the new building
    Cornerstone of the new building  Cornerstone denotes the year of completion of this amazing facility.  Photo by German Mendez
  • Side View of the Building
    Side View of the Building    Photo by German Mendez
  • New Sign for the SOE
    New Sign for the SOE  Early spring 2010 - sign denotes the Future Home of the School of Education  
  • Spring 2010
    Spring 2010  Cherry blossoms and the new building  
  • Spring 2010
    Spring 2010    
  • Spring 2010
    Spring 2010  Progress - the new facility is taking shape  
  • New Facility
    New Facility  New facility aerial photo. (11/09)  
  • New Facility
    New Facility  New facility aerial photo. (11/09)  
  • New Facility
    New Facility  New facility aerial photo. (11/09)  
  • New Facility
    New Facility  New facility aerial photo. (11/09)  
  • School of Education
    School of Education  A rendering of the new building.  
  • Site for the New School of Education
    Site for the New School of Education  Faculty, staff, students and friends of the College stand along the footprint of the future School of Education.  Photo by Stephen Salpukas
  • School of Education Groundbreaking Ceremony in April 2008
    School of Education Groundbreaking Ceremony in April 2008  Participating in the groundbreaking from left are Tom Ward, Anna Martin, Geoff Feiss, Virginia McLaughlin, Taylor Reveley and Tommy Norment.  Photo by Stephen Salpukas
  • New School of Education
    New School of Education  An artist's rendering of the new building.  
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The School of Education building was completed in May 2010. The facility houses W&M's nationally-ranked School of Education and brings all of its academic programs, outreach centers and research projects together in a highly professional setting designed to stimBarton Malowulate collaboration and innovation.

Thanks to a generous gift-in-kind from Sentara Healthcare that  allowed the College to acquire 22 acres adjacent to campus, a singular opportunity presented itself to the Commonwealth of Virginia and private donors. With public and private support, William and Mary built a facility that ensures the School continues to give birth to new ideas - fostering the next generation of educational leaders who will serve the Commonwealth and the nation with distinction.  The School of Education structure improves more than the teaching of teachers and the scholarship and research of education. It improves the lives of students and their families beyond the School itself.

Delivery of outreach services, one of the School's most important missions, is significantly impacted, both quality and breadth, by the facility. The building also fosters moreSasaki professional development for educators near and far. The School of Education is an incubator for teaching excellence, for tackling the complex needs of education today and for promoting professional development. It is a facility worthy of one of society's most important endeavors: education.

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This aerial view of the new School of Education building was taken September 11, 2009.  On target for completion in May 2010, dry wall and windows helped visitors visualize the new building.  During the School of Education Day faculty meeting in August, 2009, faculty and staff members toured the new facility and discussed how the state-of-the-art structure would enhance opportunities for collaboration and student interaction. 

Faculty and Staff moved in the week of June 1-4, 2010.