Directory of Clubs and Organizations


Hampton Roads Church Student Fellowship
Religious Organizations
Email: [[e|hrcsf]]
Purpose: The purpose of the Hampton Roads Church Student Fellowship will be to: • Provide a community of faith for students who wish to pursue a Biblically-defined Christian lifestyle on William & Mary’s campus • Foster Christian maturity of each member through Biblical training, teaching, and mentoring • Proclaim the Gospel message to seeking students through small group Bible discussion, personal Bible study, public worship services, and interpersonal outreach • Provide consistent support and service to the greater community of Hampton Roads through targeted benevolent projects

Hark Williamsburg
Interest Group
Email:: [[e|harkwilliamsburg]]
Purpose: HARK Williamsburg will promote three main goals: I.To engage William & Mary students through on-campus outreach and communications II. To advocate for the common interests and goals of students and the wider City of Williamsburg III. To support partnerships of the College and the rest of the city that foster a positive and productive town-gown relationship.

Health Careers Club
Email: [[e|healthcareers]]
Purpose: Provides information to prospective health professionals concerning professional schools, graduate school, and employment; and that provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas and mutual support.
Advisor: Beverly Sher
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Health Law Association
Law School
Purpose: It shall be the purpose of the Health Law Association to promote awareness of healthcare law and other health law issues within the law school community, and to provide members with opportunities to develop relationships in the health law community.
Email:: [[e|healthlaw]]

Her Campus William & Mary
Interest Group
Purpose: The purpose of the Her Campus William & Mary organization is to provide an online hub for William & Mary’s women by providing content that is both a resource and a source of entertainment, highlighting campus news, events, interesting students, faculty, alumni, campus photos, and fashion and lifestyle content specifically tailored for women at William & Mary. Staff members will gain journalism, marketing, publicity, and digital media experience, and all students at Her Campus William & Mary will gain a new and fun online resource through this online publication.
Email: [[e|hercampuswm]]

Heritage Dancers
Email: [[e|heritagedancers]]
Purpose: Promotes the understanding, enjoyment, and dancing of historical and modern American and English country dances.
Website: {{}}

Heritage Language Learners of W&M
Interest Group
Email: [[e|hellowm]]
Purpose: To establish and perpetuate Heritage Language eduction. HeLLo will educate the student body on the benefits of strengthening the multicultural community through multilingual initiatives that will foster identity and strengthen respect for culture.

Religious Organizations
Purpose: Hillel is the tight-knit Jewish Student Organization of The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA. We have Shabbat services and dinner every Friday night, events for the holidays, and a wide variety of social events, service projects, and Israel-related programs to get involved in.
Website: {{}}

Historic European Martial Arts Club: Griffin Fechtschule
Interest Group
Email: [[e|hema]]
Purpose: This organization aims to teach the martial practices of medieval-renaissance europe through the study of period texts and their modern interpretations. The Griffin Fechtschule will blend history and athletics to recreate authentic period combat focusing primarily on the German and Italian schools of longsword, dagger, grappling, and single-sword, and staff. We will also briefly look at some other Wester martial arts including Greek pankration, 18th century small sword, and British Bartitsu.

History Graduate Student Association
Email: [[e|historygsa]]
Purpose: Encourages professionalism among history graduate students by providing a forum for the presentation of scholarly work, by sponsoring speakers and by promoting good relations between students and faculty.
Website: {{}}

Home Environmental Recommendations Organization (HERO)
Community Service
Email: [[e|greenings]]
Purpose: An organization which serves the local Williamsburg community by providing free environmental impact and energy audits to area residents. Its purpose is both to reduce Williamsburg’s environmental impact and to improve college and city relations through student interactions with the community.

Interest Group
Email: [[e|wmhope]]
Purpose: To provide our college community with up-to-date and reliable health information. Members present programs, conduct awareness campaigns, and sponsor health related events in the areas of Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Substance Abuse. Peer education is a great way for students to get involved on campus and gain valuable experience.

Hospice Club
Community Service
Purpose: The purpose of Hospice Club will be to promote the awareness of and experiences in hospice; to inspire community involvement in a local hospice program; and to directly help a local hospice organization.
Email: [[e|hospice]]

Humans for Animal Liberation and Vegetarian Alliance
Interest Group
Email: [[e|halva01]]
Purpose: To provide a social network for vegetarians, educates the college community about vegetarianism, sponsors a vegetarian dinner, and provides vegetarian resources for the college community.
Website: {{}}

Hurricane Network
Law School
Email: [[e|hurricanenetwork]]
Purpose: The legal questions and problems facing the individuals and communities throughout the Gulf Coast region are monumental in scale, and will remain for months and years to come. The enormity and longevity of this crisis demand the long-term attention of all facets of our nation’s legal community. In addition, based on the government’s incomplete response to the hurricanes, future disasters will create similar large scale legal disadvantages. In order to address this need, law students from across the country formed the Student Hurricane Network (“SHN”), a national association dedicated to providing long-term assistance to communities affected by Hurricane Katrina SHN worked with law students and administrators to create and coordinate volunteer opportunities for law students to get involved in relief efforts and the rebuilding process, streamlining the process for students and the public interest organization in need of assistance. SHN also sought to educate members of the legal community about the legal crises in the region in the hopes of obtaining additional support. We seek to form W&M SHN to address legal problems arising from Katrina, Rita, and any future disasters.
Website: {{}}