Student Clubs and Organizations 

William & Mary has over 450 clubs and student organizations! With more than enough to choose from, you’re bound to find a group to join. Clubs and organizations are a wonderful way to make new friends, try new things, connect with the community, and obtain leadership positions. 

Here’s a few unique clubs and organizations to consider checking out:

  • American Bosnian Collaboration Project: “A summer service trip focused on education, research, and peace-building with a required government course in the spring semester. We send 4-7 students to Bosnia-Herzegovina to teach English, filmmaking, and non-violent communication in a four week camp. 
  • American Sign Language Club: “William & Mary’s only sign language opportunity on campus – Come join us to learn and practice American sign language in a fun, informal environment while learning about d/Deaf culture and more! All skill levels welcome.”
  • Bullet Journaling Club: “Bujo promotes mental wellness, proactive time management, organization, stress relief, and productivity through the activity of bullet journaling.”
  • Camp Kesem William & Mary: “Camp Kesem is an active community throughout the United States, driven by college students, supporting children through and beyond their parent’s cancer with free year-round services. Camp Kesem’s main program is a week-long sleep away summer camp.”
  • Challah for Hunger at W&M: “Challah for Hunger is an international organization that engages college students in advocacy. At W&M, CfH brings students together not only through the act of baking and eating challah, but also with the power of participating in good deeds.”
  • Cheese Club: “Escape the rigors of college and come join us for cheese tastings in an inclusive, stress-free environment!”
  • Dad Jeans Improv: “ Long form, narrative based improv.” 
  • Drag & Drop: “A safe space for students of any gender and sexual identity to experiment with the art of drag.”
  • Fermentation Club: “Fermentation club will serve as a space for active and hopeful fermenters to gather, share, ideate, and discuss all things fermentation.”
  • Matoaka Bottom Feeders: “The Matoaka Bottom Feeders is a recreational club encouraging fishing. The core purpose of the MBF is to promote fishing as a form of outdoor recreation and to foster a fishing community. Our motto is ‘tight lines and good times.’” 
  • Nerf Games: “Join us every Saturday evening to shoot your friends over and over in foam flinging glory. Open to all.”
  • Random Acts of Kindness Club: “Join us for an opportunity to make a positive impact on our community through small acts of kindness. Take a break from studying and meet new people, all while striving to do something meaningful on campus.”
  • Veggie Society: “The purpose of this organization is to provide a space on campus for those who are interested in plant-based eating and lifestyles to come together.”
  • Wren Pals at William & Mary: “Wren Pals at William & Mary seeks to form meaningful connections between William & Mary students and residents at senior living communities in order to reduce the loneliness and isolation often felt by these individuals.”

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