Today, William & Mary alumni serve across the U.S. government and military, using their liberal arts education and relationships forged through William & Mary to make a difference. Originally chartered in 1992 by alumni of the College’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), the Association of 1775 takes its name from the Revolutionary War service of our student ancestors. The new Association of 1775 is about establishing a robust network of William & Mary alumni serving across the U.S. government, not just in the military. It is our affinity group, a community of people with two important things in common: a love of our alma mater, and a passion for service and leadership.
Use the questions below to reaffirm your interest in staying connected with the Association, offer suggestions on future programs, and raise your hand to get involved in our leadership.