Fall 2021 Issue

Campus in the City

A new home for the Washington Center

By Erin Battle '13, M.Ed. '15

The William & Mary Washington Center is moving! After 20 years in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace building, the W&M Washington Center is relocating to 901 4th St. NW, Suite 700, Washington, D.C. 20001.

A hub for innovation and collaboration, the new W&M Washington Center will continue to offer a place of belonging for W&M students, faculty, staff and alumni with expanded classroom, event and meeting space. Additionally, the new building provides access to a rooftop terrace and large-scale conferencing facilities. The new location also boasts proximity to multiple Metro stops, Union Station and Capitol Hill.

After two decades of continued growth and impact, this new space marks a significant investment in W&M Washington Center’s future development. The W&M Washington Center team, along with the W&M Real Estate Foundation, will be working with Wingate Hughes Architects to design the new space. The Carnegie building space has closed and the new space is scheduled to open in early 2022. Read more at wm.edu/dccenter.