The liberal arts environment allows students from many different backgrounds and majors to learn and consider principles of marketing and advertising. Points of on-campus engagement with marketing and advertising are hardly limited to students studying business or communications; the different academic disciplines offered at W&L allow students to approach these opportunities with a variety of perspectives.
Learning within the Williams School extends beyond the walls of the our classrooms. Williams School faculty and students participate in a variety of special co-curricular programs. We offer a range of non-credit bearing programs that allow students to actively engage their passions. These range from planning and staging the largest collegiate mock political convention in the country to actively managing a significant portion of the University's endowment to providing consulting services to a range of businesses and not-for-profit organizations.