The Crim Dell Association is William & Mary’s identity group representing alumni dedicated to expanding the freedom to love and express gender and sexual identity. Our mission is to cultivate a vibrant community, expand opportunities for current LGBTQ+ students and allies and maintain a strong connection with the university.
A team of volunteer leaders from the Crim Dell Association and other alumni groups convenes throughout the year for Leadership Circles — focused, action-oriented discussions on how to better serve alumni in these communities and encourage engagement, leadership and philanthropy.
Looking to connect with fellow alumni on social media? Be sure to like and follow the Crim Dell Association page on Facebook! You will receive updates about upcoming events and have an opportunity to make connections with alumni near and far.
Would you like to raise your hand to provide career advice to current students, serve on panels with fellow alumni or participate in various William & Mary events throughout the year? If so, visit the W&M Volunteer Portal to raise your hand for activities that are of interest to you!
Does your company or organization have opportunities that would be perfect for William & Mary alumni? Are you willing to give career advice or are you embarking on a new career journey? If so, use William & Mary Alumni Professional Networks to connect with the One Tribe One Network community!
William & Mary has a growing network of alumni volunteers who remember their W&M undergraduate experiences fondly and want to help with the college admission process for prospective William & Mary students. Whether you were a first-generation student or a member of a legacy family, we hope you will join us! Have a high-school student of your own? Check out the resources offered by the W&M Alumni Association to help with the college admission process.
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- Boswell Initiative (3704): John E. Boswell ’69 was an alumnus of William & Mary and esteemed historian and Yale Professor who specialized in understanding the issue of religion of homosexuality. This fund supports teaching and scholarship on dimensions of LGBTQ life, both within the U.S. and globally.
- Richard Cornish Library Endowment (1678): This endowment supports the purchase of materials to enrich the collections of the Earl Gregg Swem Library in literature and materials by and about LGTBQ people.
- W&M GALA Oral History Project (3168): This fund supports the documentation of stories of the lives of W&M LGBTQ alumni, faculty, staff and students though a broad oral history project.