Clubs & Organizations

With more than 450 campus clubs and organizations to choose from, staying active and engaged at W&M isn't an afterthought; it’s a way of life. The astounding number of student clubs and organizations at W&M is a reflection of the broad diversity of thought, experience and background of our students, and an opportunity to explore leadership and community engagement in a supportive environment. There are over two hundred special interest clubs inspired by political engagement, religious faith, ethnic and cultural pride, environmental protection and endless geekery from quiz bowl to ping pong to heavy metal.

  • Beginning with the founding of Phi Beta Kappa at W&M in 1776, {{http://www.wm.edu/offices/fsl/index.php,fraternity and sorority life}} has a strong tradition that continues today. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is one of more than thirty national sororities and fraternities on campus.

  • Men's Lacrosse sports club

    {{http://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/campusrec/sportclubs/, Club sports}} are a way to let loose, have fun and meet others who have the same passions as you, without the pressure of big time competition.

  • Dalai Lama with students

    {{http://www.wm.edu/amp, Alma Mater Productions (AMP)}} is a student-run organization responsible for planning events and bringing luminaries to campus — from the Dalai Lama to The Roots to Golden Globe winner Jeffrey Tambor.

  • A cappella performed at Homecoming

    We get a little crazy about a cappella at W&M — we boast one of the most renowned a cappella communities in the nation, and our 11 a cappella groups regularly perform at events across campus, including Wednesday nights at {{http://www.wm.edu/style/wrenten.php, Wren 10}}.

  • Sigma Epsilon hosted the second annual SigEpic Soccer, a bubble soccer tournament on the Sunken Garden that raises money for the {{http://www.wm.edu/offices/oce/programs/local-engagement/directory/big_brothers_big_sisters_of_greater_williamsburg.php,Williamsburg chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters}}.

  • Day for Admitted Students

    Members of the Filipino-American Student Association and other organizations bring performances and programming to the campus community to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of other cultures.

  • On “Pi Day” (3/14), campus comes together to celebrate our love of irrational numbers, a little friendly competition — and pie.

  • Through Project Phoenix, a program of the Office of Community Engagement and one of the many student-run {{https://tribelink.wm.edu/organizations?SearchValue=Civic%20Engagement%20and%20Community%20Service&SearchType=Category&CurrentPage=1&SelectedCategoryId=8033,community service organizations}} at William & Mary, volunteers tutor and mentor local middle school students to support their academic and social success.

  • W&M students light up the sky with wishing lanterns at the Chinese Student Organization’s annual lantern festival.

  • A martial  arts instructor and his student demonstrate a move.

    William & Mary is home to several martial art {{http://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/campusrec/sportclubs/,sport clubs}}, all independent student organizations that are student-initiated and student-led. Sport clubs provide an opportunity to live a balanced life academically, athletically and socially.

  • member of Rubik's club

    During Day for Admitted Students a member of the Rubik's Society, one of over 200 {{https://tribelink.wm.edu/organizations?SearchValue=Common%20Interests&SearchType=Category&CurrentPage=1&SelectedCategoryId=8035, interest groups and organizations}} at W&M, unravels the mysteries of the Rubik’s Cube.