Maybe just redirect this to Media Relations? “For Journalists” is not as helpfully descriptive.
Many web pages on Williams network have biographical information about Williams faculty. You can locate many of these pages by using the search function on the college homepage. The Office of Communications keeps some biographical information also. Contact Noelle Lemoine (413.597.4277) or Angela Schaeffer (413.597.2025) for assistance.
General telephone numbers for Williams
Most college offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST. The college switchboard and the security office are available 24 hours a day.
For a complete listing of college departments, offices, programs, committees, and services, see the online A-Z Index. Please contact the Office of Communications for assistance with media inquiries.
The college maintains an ISDN line for radio interviews. For more information, contact the news office (413.597.4277). Reservations must be made in advance.
Information about students
Federal laws may prohibit the college from releasing certain information about a student, including acknowledging whether s/he is currently enrolled. Please contact the Office of Communications for assistance.
Information about the college
All of our images are digital. Williams maintains a collection of campus images on Flickr. Please observe all copyright and credit information when using these images. If you are looking for an image that is not online, you may e-mail requests to Teresa.Waryjasz@williams.edu.
There is no central office on campus that collects speeches from every guest speaking on campus. The sponsoring department, office, or group might have information about getting a copy of a speech. Video of some campus speakers may be found on our YouTube page. College Archives may have the text of other speeches.
Podcasts & Video
Numerical data about Williams is available on the web. Links to and information about excellent sources of statistics and numbers related to the college can be found on the Provost Office site. More general information can be found in Fast Facts.
Williams policy regarding journalists
Credentials are available to all working reporters (staff or freelance) if you provide a business card clearly showing your media affiliation and position, or a current recognized press card distributed by a media outlet. Your press badge can be picked up by presenting a valid photo identification to the Office of Communications (Hopkins Hall, 4th floor).
Williams policy regarding filming, videos, and photos
The Williams campus is private property. Advertising or other commercial projects require special permission from the Conference Office (413.597.2229). The Office of Communications requests that people interested in taking pictures or filming the campus for news purposes seek permission from them first.
Office of Communications
Hopkins Hall, 4th floor
880 Main Street (Rte. 2)
Williamstown, MA 01267