Situated on 220 acres of woodland and fields, the Williamson campus is noted for its beauty. Frank Furness, one of the most highly acclaimed architects of the late 19th century, designed eleven of the college’s buildings. (Williamson boasts the largest collection of Furness buildings in the country and has received awards from historical societies for its upkeep of these buildings.)
In addition to faculty homes, athletic fields, woods, and streams, the campus boasts a variety of major buildings, including:
Williamson maintains an extensive information technology suite and infrastructure to support its educational and student life needs. Each academic and trade classroom is equipped with an integrated Smart Classroom suite. While maintaining several student computer laboratories across campus, every student also receives a laptop at no personal cost for use during their college tenure. Each student has access to private, secure file storage and personal cloud storage of 1TB through Office 365. Additionally, each student is issued a Williamson email account that he may continue to use beyond graduation.
For information regarding the college’s student technology policies, please see the Student Information Technology Handbook.