Charles Center

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The Roy R. Charles Center's broad mission is to enhance the quality of undergraduate teaching and learning at the College of William and Mary. It is named after Roy R. Charles, former member of the Board of Visitors and donor to the College. Many of the Center's initiatives seek to fulfill this mission with interdisciplinary academic programs that straddle or fall outside of the department structure in the School of Arts and Sciences. In addition, the Center has a particular interest in recruiting and providing special academic, co-curricular, and scholarship resources for Monroe Scholars and other academically distinguished undergraduate and graduate students.

Material in the Special Collections Reserach Center

References

  • SCRC File

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