Purpose: To foster critical thought and debate about the application of conservative principles to the law
President: [[e|refernandez, Roxana Fernandez]]
Purpose: William & Mary Fencing is a sports club that actively participates in two fencing leagues (MACFA and SAC) as well as a Virginia collegiate tournament and USFA tournaments—two of which we host at the college. We encourage undergraduate and graduate students with any level of fencing experience to come in to practice with the chance to be on the traveling team, and we diligently work with beginners. The team has existed since 1924, receiving numerous medals and awards. This includes our latest noteworthy title of VA Cup champions for the 11th consecutive year.
President: [[e|krschrage, Kharis Schrage]]
Filipino-American Student Association
Purpose: To promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the Filipino-American culture through programs open to the College community which create an awareness of the presence of Filipino-Americans, their issues and their contributions to American society.
Purpose: Finance Club is for MBA students interested in a career track in accounting, financial services, or corporate finance.
Financial Modeling Club
Purpose: We raise awareness regarding Quantitative Finance by hosting educational events such as guest speakers, case competition and financial modeling seminars. We are mainly an events based educational club.
Purpose: The twice-weekly newspaper of the College — written, edited, and managed by students since 1911
Food Recovery Network
Purpose: Food Recovery Network at William and Mary is one of the chapter of the national nonprofit: Food Recovery Network. We unite students to fight food waste on campus and feed people in need in Williamsburg communities.
Purpose: This organization seeks to bring together students for the discussion of issues with the food industry and animals rights and welfare in the setting of a weekly potluck dinner. We hope that this discussion leads to additional club sponsored events and service among the campus community.
Free the Children
Purpose: Free the Children is an well known international charity, whose mission is to create a world where all young people are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. Our chapter at William and Mary focuses on two out of the five pillars of FTC international chapter, those being education and health. As well as hosting our annual event We Day in the spring semester, and traveling on various service trips, attending international We Days, hosting conferences, building schools in the developing world, running campaign, and more!
Front Porch Society
Purpose: To promote and educate the campus on all forms of good music. To strengthen the tradition of philanthropy at the College. To promote solidarity at William & Mary through campus wide events, projects, and concerts. To build a real, live, breathing music scene at the College.