The Handbook contains vital information on such topics as faculty appointments, academic freedom, tenure and promotion, retirement policy, university governance, and much more. Updated annually, it is available online and may be downloaded or printed.
Resources for Faculty
The academic advising system is fundamental to undergraduate education at Washington and Lee, providing resources for students as they seek not only to meet graduation requirements, but also to become liberally educated human beings with well-developed intellect and character. Academic advisers encourage students to take responsibility for their own education and academic actions, engage in conversations beyond the classroom and help students to explore and serve a larger world through study abroad, community service, postgraduate education, and the commencement of productive careers.
Timetables, guidelines, templates, and processes related to the tenure and promotion process in the College and the Williams School.
There are a range of development and funding sources available to W&L faculty. These include such opportunities as the University Lectures program, pre-tenure and sabbatical leave opportunities, Summer Lenfest Research Grants, the Summer Scholars Research program. Support is available for faculty who are interested in applying for external grants.
Find here a complete list of all university committees, including Board, Faculty, Administrative, Academic/Advisory, and ad hoc committees. The committee charges, descriptions, memberships, and past histories are also included.
W&L faculty are extraordinarily productive in their publications, papers, performances, and other achievements. Here we feature some of the most noteworthy accomplishments of our faculty in the past year.
A number of important university-wide initiative reports are included here. This includes current reports only. Archived reports are available for the university community to view.