Pan-Asian Culture Council
Purpose: The purpose of the council is fivefold: To act as a forum for communication among the Asian student organizations and for the coordination of their opinions and activities. To foster unity and camaraderie among Asian student organizations at the College. To nuture understanding and pride in Asian cultures and promote education and awareness of Asian culture at the College and in the community. To maintain relations with the College administration, other cultural organizations at the College, Asian associations at other uiversities, alumni, and the Asian community locally, nationally and, internationally.
Pan-Asian Culture Council
Panhellenic Council (WMPC)
Purpose: To promote appreciation for a wide variety of a capella music of the pop genre and provide an a capella option for women interested in singing this music.
Pershing Rifles (Queen's Guard)
Purpose: A military science rifle group.
Personality Assessment Club
Purpose: The mission of the Personality Assessment Club is to provide a space where students can discuss varied personality assessments and engage in the theories behind them. Students will be able to learn more about themselves and each other, by analyzing their behaviors in differing situations. The main purpose of the club is for the student body and club members to become more self-aware and more cognizant of individual differences between other people and to promote introspection and psychological analysis.
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity
Law School Organization
Purpose: A pre-law undergraduate fraternity
Phi Beta Lambda
Purpose: The mission of PBL at the College of William and Mary is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Phi Delta Kappa
Purpose: Education honor society
Phi Delta Phi
Purpose: Law honor society
Phi Eta Sigma
Purpose: Freshmen honor society
Phi Kappa Tau
Greek Social Organization
Chapter Name: Alpha Theta
Nickname: Phi Tau
National Founding: March 17, 1906
Founding School: Miami University (Ohio)
Purpose: Aims to foster an environment in which philosophy and non-philosophy majors alike can collectively explore philosophical topics that may not be covered in class or may be of particular interest to members. The club also occasionally sponsors speaking engagements and social events.
Greek Social Organization
Chapter Name: Gamma Alpha
National Founding: March 4, 1852
Founding School: Wesleyan College, GA
Campus Founding: 1926
Phi Mu Alpha
Purpose: Music honor society
Phi Sigma Pi
Purpose: Honor Society
Purpose: To provide a common ground for amateur photographers of all levels to develop their abilities, interests and skills in photography.
Physics Graduate Student Association
Purpose: To provide a forum for physics graduate students and to promote good relations with the Physics faculty.
Pi Beta Phi
Nickname: Pi Phi
Chapter Name: Virginia Gamma
National Founding: April 28, 1867
Founding School: Monmouth College, IL
Pi Kappa Alpha
Chapter Name: Gamma
National Founding: March 1, 1868
Founding School: University of Virginia, VA
Campus Founding: 1871
Purpose: A humor and satire magazine dealing with topics of College, national, and international interest.
Pi Mu Epsilon (Math Club)
Pi Sigma Alpha
Purpose: William and Mary's Eta Rho Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, is dedicated in building community among students and faculty with interests in Political Science. PSA organizes monthly "Morton High Teas" to bring together faculty and students, plans student trips to government, military, and non-profit organizations, and publicizes government, public policy, economics, and international relations department events to the rest of the campus community.
Purpose: This is a jazz and tap dance group focusing on performing.
Purpose: The purpose is to give WM students, faculty, and staff who share a common interest in Pokemom the opportunity to interact with one another. We provide a place to talk, trade, and compete at any level of competition they desire. Our main goal is to host an annual Pokemon tournament for the members of the group and the students of the College.
Purpose: The purpose of the W&M Poker Club is to teach people how to play Texas Hold’ Em and other forms of poker, teach people basic and intermediate poker strategy, and organize poker tournaments.
Purpose: To provide camaraderie between those interested in animals, in animal health careers, and especially those interested in a career in veterinary medicine
Priori: A Republic of Letters
Purpose: In the spirit of a liberal arts college, Priori unites the broad range in disciplines in one publication, publishes thoughtful essays - not academic papers, promotes reflective and compelling writing, original thought, and spirited inquiry, enhances the intellectual culture of the College, and collects, proliferates, and discusses undergraduate written and oral scholarship.
Purpose: To increase mutual understanding of the U.S. and China through mobilizing both Chinese international students and American students to pursue open dialogue and greater integration. Specifically will target and increase in study abroad to China, and knowledge of begin an effective, global, open minded citizen.
Purpose: To provide youth with the opportunity to participate in after school tutoring and weekend field trips. Project Phoenix is designed for middle school aged youth wishing to further develop academic and social skills.
Purpose: Psychology honor society
Public Health Brigades
Purpose: The purpose of this organization will be to educate about and promote public health projects in various contries such as Panama, Nicaragua, Ghana, and Honduras
Public Health Club
Public Health Journal Club
Purpose: The purpose of this club is to allow students interested in public health an outlet to discuss and review current issues in the field. Our main long term goal for this club is that students will become more knowledgeable about important issues related to public health and be able to contribute their thoughts in various academic arenas. Drawing from a diverse group of students with a variety of majors, this group allows individuals to explore current public health topics from different perspectives.
Public Service Fund