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Student Organizations

Approximately 50 diversity-focused student organizations are active on campus, offering social events, lectures, cultural events, performances, festivals and conferences. These organizations span a variety of interests, such as:
  • Cultural Affiliations
  • Greek Letter Organizations
  • Performing Arts
  • Religious Affiliations
  • LGBTQ Identities
  • Social Justice and Community Engagement

The Center for Student Diversity works in partnership with these organizations to create a sense of community for and educate about the diversity of cultures, religions, identities and experiences found among the Tribe.

Recognized Student Organizations

Greek Letter Organizations

The opportunity to participate in Greek social fraternities and sororities is a key part of the college experience for many students. William & Mary is well known for being the site of the first college fraternity. Fraternity & Sorority life at the university continues to be a strong tradition, and many diverse students find community, brotherhood and sisterhood in our approximately 29 Greek organization chapters.

For students interested in the specific experience of being part of a culturally-based Greek letter organization, William & Mary offers a number of Black Greek Letter Organizations and a Latin-based social sorority.

Further information about all aspects of Greek Life at William & Mary can be found through the Office of Student Leadership Development.

President's Council

The Presidents of the 50+ diversity-focused student organizations make up the Center for Student Diversity’s President’s Council. This council of leaders meet for two leadership retreats as well as 4 meetings throughout the year.

President’s Council retreats and meetings focus on various topics to help develop and empower leaders.

Meeting topics:

  • Leadership Development
  • Organizational Goal Setting
  • Membership Engagement
  • Fostering Collaboration
  • Marketing
  • Program Planning
  • Recruitment and Retention
  • Turnover of leadership
  • and more