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The Office of Student Affairs and the Division of Student Affairs at the College of William and Mary are coexistent. The Office of Student Affairs is the name of the office of the vice president for student affairs; Division of Student Affairs is the umbrella for all the departments and offices that report to that office. (April 30, 2003)

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