President: [[e|daprario, Derek Prario]]
Purpose: Our purpose is to foster inter-religious dialogue and understanding among students of diverse religious backgrounds in order to work for the common good.
Immigration Advocacy Group
Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to educate the William and Mary community about the struggles faced by immigrants and their families but, more specifically, examine the prizes and pitfalls of the assimilation process through discussion of immigrant experiences (collecting the stories first, second, and subsequent generation children from around the world). We want to celebrate the positive qualities and cultural diversity gained by the entry of immigrants into America. We will host fundraisers and reading nights to not only gather funds for our proposed actions, but also facilitiate campus discussion/awareness of immigrant voices.
Improvisational Theatre (I.T.)
Purpose: Provides hilarious improvisational comedy performances not only for the College community, but also at benefits, with professional groups, and in improv comedy festivals all across the country. It is one of the College of William and Mary's oldest student run performance groups, founded over 16 years ago.
Institute of Bill of Rights Law: Student Division
Purpose: The Student Division of the Institute of Bill of Rights Law (IBRL:SD) was established in 1990 to provide students at William & Mary Law School with the opportunity to organize programs on constitutional law topics of special interest to them. As members of IBRL:SD, students have a unique opportunity to take a leadership role in fostering discussion of important constitutional issues. The IBRL:SD sponsors a variety of academic and social programs throughout the year, including Constitutional Conversations, our Scholarly Luncheon Series, and the annual Edmund Randolph Award for Excellence in Oral Advocacy (the “Silver Tongue Award”), which is held in conjunction with the final round of the Bushrod Moot Court Tournament.
Purpose: A group whose goal is to increase awareness of religious organizations on campus and foster cooperation between those organizations
Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC)
Purpose: The governing council for fourteen (and hopefully more soon) of William & Mary's fraternities
International Culture Exchange Organization
Purpose: The purpose of this club will be to foster the broadening of cross-cultural perspectives by sharing different experiences between members. The club will aim to support the international and exchange students at the College of William and Mary, as well as non-international students with all levels of international experience. It hopes to bring these different demographics of students together to discuss cultural topics in a freely open and supportive environment so that we can learn from one another and be inspired to become more globalized citizens in a world where people are traveling and connecting with each other more and more.
International Law Society
Purpose: The International Law Society (ILS) promotes the professional and academic pursuits of William & Mary law students interested in all aspects of international law, from transnational insolvency to human rights. The ILS also fosters interaction among students, faculty and visiting scholars from around the world who are concerned with global issues.
International Performance Arts Exchange
Purpose: Provides an outlet for international expression through the study and production of various art mediums concerning people of different color, gender, sexuality and religion. Also helps in the campaign to recruit and retain students of all backgrounds interested in performance arts.
Purpose: To increase campus awareness in International Affairs and participate in Model United Nations conferences. Also involved in W&M High School Model United Nations Conference
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Purpose: An organization which seeks to provide Christian fellowship from many denominations through weekly large group meetings and dorm Bible studies. Special events currently planned include fall, spring, and end-of-year conferences.
Purpose: A ten member women's a cappella ensemble performing a wide variety of music.
Purpose: To further a greater understanding and/or increase knowledge of this special area of finance through activities designed as rewarding educational experiences