Private support provides critical resources to meet our evolving needs, and we are enormously grateful to those in our community who are giving during these challenging times. To facilitate this wonderful desire to provide assistance, we have gathered a list of funds that can be put to immediate use.
In difficult periods like these, we are reminded of the resilience, strength and compassion of our W&M community. With your help, we can directly impact our students, faculty, staff and alumni in ways that will enhance their W&M experience. Please consider offering your support.
This is a historic moment for William & Mary. After nearly a decade of transforming lives, advancing positive change and forging a greater sense of community, we are celebrating the successful conclusion of our For the Bold campaign.
Our generous donors — alumni, students, faculty, parents, staff and friends — have galvanized behind William & Mary like never before and helped us achieve what no other university of our size has been able to do: raise $1 billion, solidify our status as the No. 1 public university for alumni participation and strengthen the bonds between alumni and alma mater.
Our shared sense of purpose has been the driving force for good over the span of our campaign and will continue to be the common thread that binds us long after the conclusion of For the Bold.
Thank you for your generosity, for strengthening the mission and values of the Alma Mater of the Nation and for allowing us to truly be a university for the bold.
Sue Hanna Gerdelman ’76
Chair, For the Bold
This year’s successful One Tribe One Day brought together more than 7,000 donors who contributed a record-breaking $2.5 million in support of a better future.read more
The Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation played a pivotal role in supporting William & Mary's shift to remote classes this spring. Now, the challenge is to move from short-term triage to longer-term thinking and planning.read more
The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program sends dozens of students around the globe each year to work with William & Mary faculty and local NGOs to solve real-world problems.read more
The inaugural Raymond A. Mason School of Business Data Feast competition challenged teams of business analytics graduate students to test their technical and business acumen skills using real data.read more
Sophia Perrotti ’16, assistant director for Phonathon for the Office of University Advancement, is a Cornerstone member of the Bell Society and has a perfect giving record, having made at least one gift every year since her graduation.read more