Is William & Mary a finance school now?
Saw a couple recent posts comparing W&M to IU-Kelley and UVA, and it seems the consensus is it's better than IU-Kelley (but not necessarily IBW) and roughly the same academic level of UVA (but recruits worse than McIntire). I've seen people in the industry here and there who went to W&M, but I always figured it was a small school that was more focused on liberal arts than finance. Is that changing now? What's with all the prospective monkeys deciding between it and schools that are known to be finance hardo heavy? I grew up in tristate area so know a few people who went to W&M but don't really know anything about it compared to the other two mentioned.