Hulon Willis Association 25th Anniversary Weekend

Time: June 23 - 25, 2017
Location: Washington, DC

Jack Edgar '15, University Advancement

(202) 836-8602

The Hulon Willis Association and the William & Mary Alumni Association invite you to be a part of the

Hulon Willis Association 25th Anniversary Weekend

Featuring esteemed speakers and alumni, and social, intellectual, and cultural events spanning from Friday to Sunday. HWA hopes that all alumni and friends of William & Mary will save the date and join them in June in D.C. for a weekend to look back, celebrate, honor the African-American experience at William & Mary thus far and look forward to the next 25 years and beyond.

Details and invitation to follow.

A schedule of events and event registration will be available in early April.

Out-of-town guests wishing to secure early accommodations are encouraged to do so. HWA has secured limited lodging opportunities, but you are welcome to seek your own accommodations as well. We reccommend hotels in the Metro Center/Penn Quarter area of DC, due to Metro accessibility and proximity to events and attractions.

Courtyard by Marriott Convention Center
900 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004
(202) 638-4600 | Book online here
Rate: $179/night | Phrase: "William & Mary Alumni Association"
Available starting March 7. Space is limited.

What is the Hulon Willis Association?
The Hulon Willis Association (HWA) is William & Mary’s African-American alumni organization. The association’s namesake, Hulon Willis Sr. M.Ed ’56, enrolled in 1951 as the university’s first black student. Since its founding, HWA has remained “dedicated to encouraging fellowship among alumni, promoting the interests of the Alumni Association and the College and enhancing the quality of life for current African-American students at the College through scholarship opportunities as well as other avenues of involvement.” HWA’s scholarship, the Hulon Willis Sr. Memorial Scholarship Endowment, provides financial assistance for William & Mary students who work to contribute to the university’s multicultural community.