The College of William and Mary: Humanities Academic Boot Camp (Virtual)

The above dates are tentative and subject to change.

Apply now to be part of our free humanities academic boot camp for service members and veterans in partnership with The College of William and Mary!

This week-long humanities academic boot camp prepares service members and veterans for the challenges and rigor of humanities or liberal arts bachelor’s degree programs. Using the topic of American democracy to guide discussions and assignments, veterans and service members will learn foundational skills to help them succeed with their transition from the military to higher education.

During the week, students are taught by professors from our partner college and mentored by peers who have completed the program and have successfully transitioned to college.

The College of William and Mary was founded in 1693 and is a public research university. It is the only higher education in America that received its charter exclusively from the Crown under the Seal of the Privy Council. According to the school’s website, three U.S. Presidents received their education from the school: James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson, and John Tyler. The student-to-faculty ratio is one of the lowest in the nation at 12:1. This is the first year WSP has partnered with The College of William and Mary.

Location: Williamsburg, VA

Mascot: Griffin

School Colors: Green, Gold, and Silver

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Apply now to attend WSP at The College of William and Mary