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The College of William & Mary is a medium-sized, highly residential, public research university.The focal point of the university is its four-year, full-time undergraduate program which comprises most of the institution's enrollment. The College has a strong undergraduate arts & sciences focus, with a select number of graduate programs in diverse fields ranging from American colonial history to marine science. The College offers four academic programs in its Washington, DC office, an undergraduate joint degree program in engineering with Columbia University, as well as a liberal arts joint degree program with the University of St Andrews in Scotland.The graduate programs are dominant in STEM fields and the university has a high level of research activity. For the 2013–14 school year, 1,573 undergraduate, 591 masters, and 287 doctoral degrees were conferredWilliam & Mary is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.William & Mary offers exchange programs with 15 foreign schools, drawing more than 12% of its undergraduates into these programs, and receives U.S. State Department grants to further expand its foreign exchange programs.
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