The Association of 1775 was founded as William & Mary’s military/veteran alumni organization. It aims to provide scholarships and engagement opportunities for students, as well as regional programming for military/veteran alumni.
- Association of 1775 Commitment to Military Service Scholarship: This scholarship supports full-time William & Mary students who have demonstrated engagement with the United States military through active or reserve duty, or are enrolled in an armed services commissioning program.
- Patriot's Dream Veterans Scholarship Fund: This fund provides scholarship support for veteran undergraduate students enrolled at the university.
- Lewis B. Puller Jr. Veterans Benefit Clinic: This program at the William & Mary Law School offers law students the opportunity to assist veterans with filing claims for disability compensation with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Under attorney supervision, clinic students interview clients, analyze medical records, communicate with health care providers and craft strategies to help clients receive disability compensation. Learn more.
For more information:
- Kelly Holdcraft, Sr. Director, Career, Affinity & Regional Engagement
- (757) 221-1172