Jefferson Hall

William & Mary's first black residential students matriculated in 1967. Karen Ely, Janet Brown, and Lynn Briley - all women - lived together in the newly renovated basement of Jefferson Hall. Since then, African American representation at the College…

Sorority Court

Sororities played a unique role in helping women matriculate into W&M after the College began accepting women in 1918. The Panhellenic sororities that have a presence at the College today - Alpha Chi Omega, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma,…

Wren Building

While the Wren Building has been integral to William & Mary's campus since 1700, women have only studied at W&M for the past 100 years. As we celebrate the Women’s Centennial at the College in 2018-2019, the College will recognize women who have…