Washington hall

Washington Hall

Built in 1928. Washington Hall is the home of the Departments of Anthropology and Modern Languages. The Department of Anthropology and its museum are located on the lower level of Washington Hall. Anthropology students have the opportunity to participate in archaeological digs in Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. The upper floors of Washington Hall house the Department of Modern Languages. William & Mary had the first Department of Modern Languages in the country, and it is the largest Department of Modern Languages of any college in Virginia. Foreign languages offered include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Russian. The Classical Studies Department, housed in Morton Hall, also offers classes in Greek, Hebrew, and Latin. 

William & Mary Self-Guided Walking Tour
  1. Washington Hall
  2. McGlothlin-Street Hall
  3. Old Campus Residence Halls
  4. Integrated Science Centers
  5. Andrews Hall
  6. Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall
  7. Morton Hall
  8. Jones Hall
  9. Small Hall
  10. Swem Library
  11. Crim Dell Bridge
  12. Sadler Center
  13. Cohen Career Center
  14. Zable Stadium
  15. James Blair Hall