W&L's motto, “not unmindful of the future” underlies the University's commitment to providing an education that is vital and relevant to the 21st century. The span of opportunities we offer as a liberal arts school encourages you to be, and do, anything you want. At W&L you have the flexibility to combine interests and pursue different passions.
Our undergraduate program is composed of two divisions: The College, where you’ll study humanities, languages and sciences, as well as fine and performing arts; and The Williams School of Commerce, Economics, and Politics, where you’ll study accounting, business administration, economics, politics and entrepreneurship.
There’s no separate application for either division and as a W&L student, you will probably take classes in both. You may even take courses from professors in W&L's graduate School of Law through our interdisciplinary Law, Justice and Society program.