Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
7/19/2024

Agency 115. College of William And Mary; Richard Bland College

Preface

VAC AGENCY NO. 115

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY; RICHARD BLAND COLLEGE

AGENCY SUMMARY

William & Mary in Virginia, established by Chapter 28 (§ 23.1-2800 et seq.) of Title 23.1 of the Code of Virginia, is the second oldest institution of higher education in the country. It serves more than 9,000 students. On the undergraduate level, the university offers curriculum relating to liberal arts and sciences, business administration, data science, computer science, fine arts, and social sciences. Master's and doctoral degrees are offered in fields such as American studies, computer science, education, history, law, marine science, business administration, physics, and psychology. The main campus is located in Williamsburg and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science is in Gloucester Point.

The Board of Visitors for William & Mary also oversees Richard Bland College, established by § 23.1-2806 of the Code of Virginia. Established in 1960, Richard Bland College is located in Prince George and serves more than 2,000 students through its full-time, part-time, and dual degree programs. Richard Bland College offers an associate of arts degree and an associate of sciences degree focusing on behavioral sciences, business administration, math and computer science, physical science, life science, and clinical lab sciences.

Among other statutory duties, the Board of Visitors is authorized by Chapter 13 (§ 23.1-1300 et seq.) of Title 23.1 of the Code of Virginia, to promulgate regulations and policies concerning the institution; adopt regulations or institution policies for parking and traffic on property owned, leased, maintained, or controlled by the institution; adopt regulations or institution policies for the employment and dismissal of professors, teachers, instructors, and other employees; adopt regulations or institution policies for the acceptance and assistance of students; adopt regulations or institution policies for the conduct of students in attendance and for the rescission or restriction of financial aid, suspension, and dismissal of students who fail or refuse to abide by such regulations or policies; to provide care, preservation, and improvement of the property belonging to the university and with the protection and safety of students and other persons residing on such property.


Regulations may be obtained from William & Mary, P.O. Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187. Internet address: http://www.wm.edu/.

Rev. 07/2024

Chapter 10
Motor Vehicles Parking and Traffic RegulationsRead all
Part I
General Provisions
Section 10
Decals
Section 20
Temporary Permits
Section 30
Enforcement of Parking Meters
Section 40
Payment of Fines
Section 50
Faculty/Staff Lots
Section 60
Miscellaneous Provisions
Part II
Registration of Motor Vehicles
Section 70
Registration of Motor Vehicles
Part III
Registration, Eligibility and Classification
Section 80
Classification of Registrant
Section 90
Categories of Decals
Section 100
Temporary Permits
Section 110
Additional or Replacement Decals
Section 120
Motorcycle/Motorbike
Section 130
Lost/Stolen Decals
Section 140
Display of Decals
Part IV
Traffic Regulations
Section 150
Enforcement
Section 160
Vehicles on Sidewalks
Section 170
Applicability of Part IV
Part V
Parking Regulations
Article 1
General Provisions
Section 180
Decal or Permit Required; Exceptions
Section 190
Parking/No Parking Designations
Section 200
Vacating Certain Lots
Section 210
Parking on Grass
Section 220
Special Events
Section 230
Motorcycles
Section 240
Double Parking
Section 250
Bumper Blocks
Section 260
Disabled Vehicles
Section 270
Handicapped Parking
Article 2
York River Campus Parking
Section 280
Parking by Permit Only
Article 3
Williamsburg Campus Parking
Section 290
Faculty/Staff Parking
Section 300
Day Student Parking
Section 310
Resident Student Parking
Section 320
Handicapped Parking
Section 330
Visitor Parking
Section 340
Metered Spaces
Part VI
Enforcement
Section 350
Enforcement Authority
Section 360
Additional Citations for Same Violation
Section 370
Consistency of Enforcement
Section 380
Responsibility for Violation
Section 390
Removal of Vehicle
Section 400
Payment of Fines
Section 410
Schedule of Fines; Payment Policy
Section 420
Appeals
Section 430
Revocation
FORMS
Forms (8VAC115-10)
Chapter 20
Weapons on CampusRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Possession of Weapons Prohibited; Exceptions
Section 30
Person Lawfully in Charge
Chapter 30
Richard Bland College Weapons on Campus RegulationRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Possession of Weapons Prohibited; Exceptions
Section 30
Person Lawfully in Charge
Chapter 40
Open Flames on CampusRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Permit Required for Open Burning and Open Flames; Exceptions
Section 30
Permits
Section 40
Person Lawfully in Charge
Section 50
Compliance with Policy
Chapter 50
Richard Bland College Open Flames on CampusRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Permit Required for Open Burning and Open Flames; Exceptions
Section 30
Permits
Section 40
Person Lawfully in Charge
Section 50
Compliance with Policy

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