last revised 6/15/2018

campus contacts

Undergraduate admissions questions (graduates instructed to address their respective program directors)

  • Bill Boyd (wfboyd [at] or Tim Wolfe (tawolfe [at]

DACA student group

  • studentdiversity [at]

DACA Support Group

  • contact Acting Director of W&M Counseling Center Carina Sudarsky-Gleiser at cxsuda [at]


institutional websites

  • Comprehensive source of information for undocumented students.

  • More information, including specific campus policies.


student initiatives

No information available.


institutional Policies

Accordingly, we do not provide information on a student’s citizenship or immigration status to any person, organization or government agency, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), except as required by law. This means that such information will not be disclosed in the absence of a state or federal law requiring the university to provide such information; a valid subpoena; or a court-issued warrant for that specific information.

As a matter of protocol, W&M Police do not inquire about a person’s immigration status. This includes any person who interacts with them as a victim, witness, concerned citizen, motor vehicle driver, or in any other related role regarding police services or assistance. Local law enforcement does not have an obligation to perform mandatory immigration enforcement duties. Immigration is a federal law enforcement responsibility. W&M Police do not detain any individual solely on the belief that they are not legally present in the United States, or that they committed a civil immigration violation. W&M Police do not contact Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) with suspicions or allegations that an individual may not be legally present in the United States.

(Ed. Source link provides additional detail on what ICE can and cannot do on campus)
— Source:; Accessed: 6/15/2018

financial support

The Office of the University Registrar handles domicile (in-state tuition) questions and applications. Questions may be directed to Sally Marchello.
— Source:; Accessed: 6/15/2018

legal support

Reves Center works closely with the law firm McCandlish Holton of Richmond to provide support and assistance to DACA students on campus, including:

Workshops/information sessions for DACA students (free)

Answering individual questions (free)

Comprehensive consultations and/or representation of individual students (reduced fee)

For information about a session or for a referral to an immigration attorney, please contact Steve Sechrist, Director of ISSP at sjsech [at]
— Source:; Accessed: 6/15/2018