Purpose: The purpose of Camp Kesem is to provide safe, supportive and exciting camp experience for children ages 6-13, who have a parent who had died from cancer, is currently in treatment for cancer, or is in remission from cancer. By doing so, Camp Kesem gives them a chance to be kids and to connect with peers that are facing a similar hardship.
Purpose: This organization is designed to consolidate current student engagement projects with the disability community to include Buddy Ball, Buddy Art, Buddy Theatre, Lunch Buddies, and with potential for collaboration with other student organizations that work with the disability community. This body intends to coordinate and train volunteers, provide information to campus, present programs, host media nights, arrange speakers, and promote forums for discussion about relevant issues.
Campus Crusade for Christ
Purpose: Campus crusade is a Christian campus organization. We want to provide an environment that allows for learning about God and Christianity, where people can experience community and grow in leadership.
Purpose: The purpose of Campus Ignite at the College of William & Mary will be to gather and establish a Christ-centered missional community that is devoted to a lifestyle of prayer, worship, learning and discipleship, authentic relationships and caring works of justice. Our general goal will be to glorify and make know the name of Jesus Christ on the campus and lead people into a personal and deepening relationship with Him.
Campus Initiative for UNICEF
Purpose: To raise money and awareness for the United Children's Fund by incorporating local schools and educating the community
Campus Kitchen at William & Mary
Purpose: To provide hunger-relief to the surrounding community while simultaneously helping to reduce food waste.
Purpose: Provide a witness to the Christian faith within the tradition of the Episcopal Church through spiritual, social and liturgical services; builds among the students, faculty, and administrators at the College, a community of sharing, support and prayer based on the Christian faith; and provides for the spiritual growth and nurturing of all persons within the College community.
Purpose: To play the card game known as “Magic: The Gathering,” to provide the opportunity for free cards to members, to have regular magic tournaments, to build a friendly community of players.
Purpose: The Catan club exists so students interested in playing the board game “Settlers of Catan” can gather and play Catan. This should lead to camaraderie and fun.
Catholic Campus Ministry
Purpose: We are a Eucharistic community striving to be living witnesses of our faith as Christians within the Catholic tradition through our spiritual, social, and service traditions, coming together to provide an atmosphere whereby members of the William & Mary community may explore, celebrate, and proclaim their faith.
Celtic Dance Club
Purpose: The purpose of the Celtic Dance club will be to educate the William & Mary community about Scottish and Irish dance, to promote physical fitness through Celtic dance, and to provide an outlet for dance performance for club members.
Charity: Water at William & Mary
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to work with Charity: Water, a non-profit organization dedicated to building water pumps in developing counties in order to provide clean and sustainable water for those in need of it. The organization will hold fundraisers each semester with the aim to raise enough money to build at least one well.
Purpose: Serves as a social outlet for anyone interested in chemistry. Annual receptions are held every fall and spring for majors and talks are given at evening meetings on career opportunities. Fund raisers include test sales, t-shirt sales, and the annual spring magic show.
Advisor: John Poutsma
Purpose: To promote interest in the game of chess for fun and in preparation for competition
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
Purpose: Promote the spiritual life of students by providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, discipleship, prayer, service and witness which will accomplish this end.
Children's Advocacy Law Society
Purpose: To promote awareness and educate law students about the many aspects of law affecting children.
Children’s Well-Being Foundation
Purpose: Our purpose is to raise money for the Children’s Well-being Foundation, to learn about the Costa Rican medical system, and to prepare for and visit San Jose, Costa Rica.
Chinese Student Organization
Purpose: To create create a social environment and supportive community which would serve the needs of students with a Chinese background and to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the Chinese culture and experience in a fashion enjoyable by the entire William & Mary community.
Chinese Student Scholar Association
Purpose: To promote the exchange between American and Chinese students. The group also assista Chinese scholars in achieving their academic goals.
Chinese Undergraduate Students Association
Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to 1. Provide necessary transitional support for newly arriving Chinese international Students. 2. Enhance the communication and understanding between Chinese students and American students. 3. Establish a communication platform for Chinese students to grow and branch out together. 4. Spread the name and the reputation of The College of William & Mary in mainland China. 5. Provide services and support for Chinese language learning program on campus.
Chapter Name: Omicron Beta
National Founding: April 5, 1895
Founding School: University of Arkansas, AR
Chapter Name: Nu Theta
National Founding: December 24, 1824
Founding School: Princeton University, NJ
Campus Founding: Spring 2007
Chi Sigma Iota
Purpose: Education Honor Society
Purpose: Enables students to further develop their musical ability and to represent the College through a series of choral presentations.
Christian Legal Society
Christian Science Organization
Purpose: An organization that provides a place and time for Christian Scientists and those interested in learning about Christian Science to meet and have fellowship. Meetings consist of readings from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, testimonies concerning Christian Science, and discussion of current issues on campus and throughout the world.
Christopher Wren Singers
Purpose: A 14 member student-directed, student-run chamber and madrigal choir which performs both on campus and in the community. Membership is open by audition to all interested members of the College community.
Purpose: To develop future leaders and active citizens concerned with improving the quality of life on earth. Through personal involvement on campus and in the community, members of Circle K develop valuable leadership and organizational skills that may be attained through actual experience.
Classic Movies Club
Purpose: To encourage an appreciation of classic cinema and cultivates a knowledge and understanding of iconic films, directors and actors
Coast Guard Auxiliary, Detachment of Flotilla 67 (AUP Unit W&M)
Purpose: To provide all student members an opportunity to obtain valuable training, experience and mentorship from the United State Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary
College Company of William & Mary
Purpose: The College Company is an American Revolution historical reenactment club dedicated to recreating the militia company of students and professors raised from the College in 1777. Our activities range from firing muskets at home football games when the Tribe scores to attending off-campus living history and battle reeanactments.
College Partnership for Kids
Purpose: To offer tutoring to school students in the Williamsburg area
College Red Cross
Purpose: To provide direction and coordination to William & Mary students in support of Red Cross Service delivery on campus and in the surrounding community.
Purpose: To develop all College Republicans on the campus into an intelligent, aggressive, and cooperative Republican group that promotes the platform and candidates of the Republican party.
Colleges Against Cancer
Purpose: To fight cancer, volunteering for the American Cancer Society, and improving college communities in instating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society
Description: A prize-winning yearbook published by students
Purpose: A women's contemporary Christian a capella group which sings on and off campus.
Common Sense Action at W&M
Purpose: Created by and for millennials, CSA brings youth voices to the policy making table to fight for generational fairness. The group is bipartisan and is open to anyone. This allows students to come together and see a common ground on issues that affect all college students. This can be a first effort to loosen the gridlock in our country and the government.
Purpose: We are mobilizing students across the state to help Virginians gain access to healthcare. By spreading awareness of affordable insurance options and assisting with enrollment, we will leverage the energy and drive of students to cover our Commonwealth. This is also a great opportunity to correctly inform interested students about the healthcare system and its' inner-workings.
Community Partnership for Adult Learners
Purpose: CPALs is a student-run organization that offers free English classes for the local community. CPALs evolved from a Hispanic Studies freshman seminar taught by Jonathan Arries with support from the Sharpe Community Scholars Program. Classes meet at 7:30 every Tuesday and Thursday evening in Morton Hall during the Fall and Spring semesters. Volunteers are welcome to help during the one-on-one tutoring that follows large group instruction each night. For more information about volunteering contact CPALs.
Comparative Humanities Undergraduate Journal of The College of William & Mary
Purpose: The purpose of the Comparative Humanities Undergraduate Journal is to produce a publication that will provide an outlet for undergraduate students in the Humanities to have their work published. The W&M Comparative Humanities Undergraduate Journal is a student-run academic journal for undergraduate work at W&M in the Humanities. The papers presented will be in conversation with one or more of the following interdisciplinary academic fields: cultural studies, critical theory, comparative literature, gender studies, media studies, film studies, sociology, and English literature. Works that could be critically examined by authors include literature, film, television, video games, photography, and other cultural texts.
Competitive Gaming Club
Purpose: For the betterment of gamers and gaming experience, and increasing pulic awareness of gaming and its' benefits and rewards.
Purpose: To encourage and orchestrate performances of original works by student composers.
Conduct and Honor Advisor Program
Purpose: The purpose of CHAP shall be to provide student counsel for students charges with or accused of honor or conduct charges at the College.
Craft Brewers Association
Purpose: The Craft Brewers Association seeks to promote the small, independent, and local breweries, and serve the needs of craft beer and brewing enthsusiasts within the community. The Craft Brewers Association is intended to provide a fourm for craft beer and homebrew enthsusiasts to engage in discussion and understanding of the brewing industry and its institutions.
President: [[e|meirby, Marshall Irby]]
Criminal Law Society
Purpose: To provide mstudents, faculty, and administration with advanced opportunities to foster growth and excellence in the field of criminal law
President: [[e|sajens1, Samuel Jens]]
Email: [[e| sajens1]]