Coalition Assessment Project

In October 2009, the College of William & Mary fraternity/sorority community participated in the Coalition Assessment Project (CAP).  The CAP is an initiative sponsored by several partner organizations (the North American Interfraternity Conference, National Panhellenic Conference, National Pan-Hellenic Council, National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, and the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors) and is designed to advance the fraternal movement within college and university campuses across North America.  The purpose of the CAP is to assess and communicate the health of the fraternity and sorority communities on campuses through a report outlining the strengths/limitations of the respective community and recommendations for next steps. 

The W&M CAP Report is available for review.


William & Mary Blue Ribbon Committee

Each campus hosting a CAP visit is responsible for selecting a Blue Ribbon Committee.  The Blue Ribbon Committee will be responsible for converting the CAP report recommendations into an action plan and developing a timeline for implementation of the action plan for the W&M fraternity/sorority community. 

Members of the W&M Blue Ribbon Committee:

Ginger Ambler, Vice President for Student Affairs

Anne Arseneau, Associate Director of Student Activities

Cynthia Cashore, Kappa Kappa Gamma Chapter Advisor

Clay Clemens, Associate Chair/Chancellor Professor - Government

Chris Durden, Director of Housing Operations

Jason Gangwer '12, Beta Theta Pi and Inter-Fraternity Council Officer

Dave Gilbert, Associate Dean of Students

Brooke Harrison, Director of Alumni Programs - Alumni Association

Rob Kaplan, Associate Dean - School of Law and Alpha Tau Omega Chapter Advisor

Jennifer Leung, Assistant Director of Student Activities

Debbie Noonan, Instructor - Computer Science