Morton Hall

Established in 1974. Morton Hall houses many of the social sciences such as Sociology, Global Studies, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Film & Media Studies, Classical Studies, Gender / Sexuality / Women’s Studies, and Africana Studies. In 2016, the Asian and Pacific Islander American Studies major was introduced. This new field was added to the William & Mary curriculum due to intense interest from students, emphasizing the campus’s commitment to continuous growth and development. Rumor has it that Morton is sinking into the ground, but we can assure you that it’s structurally sound!

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