Each year students graduate from William & Mary. For scholarship recipients like Isaiah Simmons '17, Stephen Gurley '17, and Susanna Simmons '17, it's a time of reflection and gratitude.
They were afforded an opportunity to have a world-class education because of generous donors supporting need-based, merit, study abroad, athletics and professional/graduate scholarships.
On April 27, 2017, William & Mary celebrated its For the Bold campaign against the backdrop of the nation’s capital as the university’s colors illuminated the skyline in honor of more than 20,000 alumni in the Washington, D.C., metro area.
On Sept. 29, 2016, William & Mary kicked off its regional campaign in New York City as the iconic Empire State Building shined brightly in green and gold in honor of alumni, students, parents and friends around the world.
This is an ambitious goal, but one we must achieve in order to continue to provide an education of the highest caliber.
Every now and then, someone or something extraordinary comes along that changes everything. Every now and then is every day at William & Mary.
More than 300 years ago William & Mary gave its first scholarship thanks to the support of private donors.
During Homecoming weekend 2015, William & Mary publicly launched a bold campaign that builds on the institution's strengths and forges a new path to ensure the College's extraordinary leadership in the 21st century.