A cappella Council
Purpose: Foster good relations between all the a capella groups on campus
A cappella Council
Purpose: a. To publish scholarly papers, articles and creative responses to issues and/or themes in art and art history. b. To publish articles assessing and responding to the Art & Art History department oat William and & Mary. c. To publish articles about the opportunities and resources available to William & Mary students interested in art and art history (e.g. lectures, exhibitions, etc.) d. To provide the William & Mary community with an informative, entertaining, interesting publication that addresses themes and issues in art and art history.
Purpose: To increase awareness among W&M students about issues of mental health, symtoms of mental illness, and available resources in and around the W&M community.
African American Male Coalition
Purpose: To provide support for the African American males on campus as well as promotes intellectual and spiritual growth among the African American male community.
African Cultural Society
Purpose: To promote awareness of Africa from an African perspective by providing information about history, current events and culture. The group will also serve as a liason for African students at William & Mary.
Purpose: A fusion dance team used to promote the promulgation of Indian culture through different styles of dance and the use of different types of music therein. This will be done by the team's attendance at collegiate competitions as well as performance exhibitions.
Agape Christian Fellowship
Purpose: Provide Christian fellowship for Asian/International students through Bible study, prayer and worship
Purpose: Plans a yearly trip to Tanzania where the group will work with a local organization concerning community outreach. The goal is to increase awareness of the effects of nutrition and health on AIDS through educational sessions held in various rural communities of Tanzania
Alma Mater Productions (AMP)
Purpose: To offer a wide variety of activities in the Sadler Center and other campus locations including mainstream music, a weekly film series, lectures and debates, hypnotists, acoustic style music and comedians.
Alpha Chi Omega
Nickname: Alpha Chi or A-Chi-O
Chapter Name: Beta Delta
National Founding: October 15, 1885
Founding School: Depaw University, IN
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Chapter Name: Tau Pi
National Founding: November 7th, 1913
Founding School: New York University, NY
Campus Founding: 2001
Alpha Kappa Psi
Purpose: Business honor society
Alpha Lambda Delta
Purpose: Freshmen honor society
Alpha Phi Alpha
Chapter Name: Kappa Pi
National Founding: December 4, 1906
Founding School: Cornell University, NY
Campus Founding: 1975
Alpha Phi Omega
Purpose: For college students to gather together in an organization based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of the Boy Scouts of America to develop leadership, promote friendship, and provide service to humanity.
Alpha Psi Omega
Purpose: The National Theatre Honor Society, Alpha Delta Nu Chapter
Alpha Tau Omega
Chapter Name: Kappa Kappa
National Founding: September 11, 1865
Founding School: Virginia Military Institute
Campus Founding: October 21, 2006
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Team
Purpose: Law school orginization
American Constitution Society
Purpose: To not serve as a counterbalance to conservatism, but to provide a forum for a more broadly representative discourse. We seek to restore balance, to expand and reinvigorate the marketplace of ideas, to draw the best from conservative, moderate, and progressive thought. By this we mean to provide our leaders with a full complement of tools with which to create an America that is better for us all. The Marshall-Wythe Law School, our nation's oldest institution of legal learning, should be at the front line of this vision of progressive legalism. In the tradition of George Wythe and John Marshall, we have educated generations of "citizen lawyers." As future citizen-lawyers, it is especially incumbent upon us to incorporate humanism and idealism into our scholastic experience. The mission of the Marshall-Wythe chapter of the American Constitution Society is to create for ourselves the more balanced legal education that we require, through organization and mobilization of like-minded students and faculty.
American Indian Student Association
Purpose: The purpose of the American Indian Student Association is to increase awareness of Native American history and culture within the student body and local community. The association will serve as a gathering place for native and non-native students to share and learn about tribes, customs, and traditions of Native Americans and other indigneous cultures. Finally, the American Indian Student Association will strive to form healthy relationships with local Virginia tribes, and advocate for their political, economic, and social equality.
American Sign Language
Purpose: The goal of this club is to raise awareness of Deaf Culture and American Sign Language (ASL) within the WM community by providing and promoting opportunities to improve language skills by offering outreach projects, and social events within the Williamsburg area.
Purpose: To support the national and international Amnesty International organizations in their goals of working for the release of all "prisoners of conscience;" ending torture, including the death penalty worldwide; and promoting human rights awareness in the community.
Description: WMAS meets weekly to watch Japanese animation and through it gain a greater understanding of Japanese language and culture. They also engage in translation of Japanese texts.
Purpose: To further undergraduates' interest in anthropology and enrich their experience in the discipline-- both in the classroom and in the field.
Advisor: Jonathan Glasser
Anthropology Graduate Student Collective
Purpose: Promotes the unification of the anthropology graduate student body, promotes good relations and communication between graduate students and the anthropology faculty, and provides an open forum for the presentation of scholarly research and discussion. The AGSC also provides moral and professional support to its members and fosters a healthy and effective learning and socializing environment.
Purpose: The purpose of Apolis is to: • Educate the student body of national and international current affairs • Promote awareness for national and international current affairs • Fundraise for Apolis • React towards national and international issues by taking effective action • Encourage relations between Apolis and other social justice and service organization on campus • Build a sense of community with Apolis and the College of William & Mary
Art House Film Club
Purpose: The purpose of the organization is to bring together a dynamic group of students interested in serious films and thus, to bring about a greater understanding of art film on campus.
Asian Law Student Association
Purpose: To promote the academic and professional development of Asian students at the College of William and Mary. Additionally, ALSA reaches inward to provide more opportunities to build community at the law school while reaching out to Asians who are interested in a career in law.
Purpose: Ask Not at The College of William and Mary is organized and operated by students as a grassroots organization that seeks to challenge the students at the College to reimagine their responsibilities to their communities and to their country. We shall educate students on the many opportunities for national service, to advocate on behalf of the youth voice in the national conversation on service; and to create infrastructural change to connect the student desire to serve with the multiple of opportunities for service within the local communities of our students. Ask Not seeks to invest in and create opportunities for students to complete a Service Year either before, after, or during their college years.
Association for Computing Machinery
Purpose: Promotes an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages, and application of modern computing machinery and promotes a greater interest in computing machinery and its applications. Provides intellectual and social opportunities for people interested in the discipline of computer science.
Advisor: Debbie Noonan
Association of Computing Machinery
Purpose: The chapter is organized and will be operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes and in furtherance thereof. The group will promote an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages, and applications of modern computing machinery. We will promote a greater interest in computing machinery and its applications. We will provide a means of communication between persons having interest in computing machinery.
Purpose: The purpose of the Astronomy Club is to foster an interest in astronomy on campus, to visit local sites of astronomical relevance, to hold regular observing sessions which members and non-members can attend to gain experience with observational astronomy, and to provide a series of lectures on astronomical topics outside the current William and Mary curriculum.
Purpose: To foster a community of flyers and those interested in aviation.