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About Washington and Lee University
Campus facilities include:
- Computer network access
- Facilitating cooperative work between faculty and students
- Instructional technology
- Computing labs
- Student lab for environmental study
If you are traveling from the north, south, or east
Follow I-81 to exit 191 (which puts you onto I-64). Next, take exit 55 off I-64. Turn left onto Route 11 south at the stop sign. Once you are on Route 11 south, you will drive through three stoplights. After the third stoplight, you will cross the Maury River, and bear right onto Route 11 Business. You will pass Virginia Military Institute. After you pass VMI, you will see W&L on your right. Parking is available in the Lee Chapel lot on Jefferson Street. Remain in the right lane and look for the brick entrance to the parking lot.
All First-Year students at Washington and Lee University are required to live in on-campus housing.
The First-Year residence hall floors are divided into sections of 12 to 20 students, each supervised by a Resident Adviser who is a trained, upper-division student capable of giving sympathetic and informed guidance to new students. In keeping with the traditions of student life at the University, the regulation of residence hall life is based on the principle of student self-government. Except for regulations pertaining to health, safety, alcohol, and drugs, regulations governing residential life—quiet hours and visitation policy, for example—are set by the residents of each section in statements of social responsibility.
Rooms with facilities for physically disabled students are available in both singles and doubles. Service animals are allowed as an accommodation for individuals with disabilities in accordance with University policy.
Courses available 10Applied and Pure Sciences 5 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 1
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