James Monroe’s Highland provides a setting to explore the complexity of early U.S. history. Here, a diverse community of partners come together around the public history at this nationally known site to address questions about how our shared history impacts the world today. The Highland campus also offers opportunities for the hands-on student research that stands as a core experience for W&M undergraduates.
Unrestricted gifts to James Monroe’s Highland Annual Fund (4118) provide much-needed support for place-based programs and projects that foster research, exploration and connection between this historic property, the public and the William & Mary community.
For more information contact:
- Sara Bon-Harper, Executive Director, James Monroe's Highland