About

The William & Mary International Relations Club is one of the largest student organizations at the College. Founded on November 5th, 1931 as a forum to debate and discuss international relations, the club has since grown substantially.

Our mission is to further a better understanding of international affairs and international relations for its membership and for the College community as a whole. We do this through our renowned Model United Nations program, hosting international relations professionals and academics as guest lecturers, service in the Williamsburg community, educating high school and middle school students about international affairs, and fundraising initiatives for international non-governmental organizations. Of course, as a student organization we also set aside some time to relax with an array of events: socials, IM sports, tab nights, and plenty of cookouts.

The Club works closely with the International Relations Program and the Reves Center at the College to promote the study and enjoyment of international affairs. W&M has a higher proportion of students studying abroad than any other public university: 44% as of 2012.

Please contact communications@wmirc.org for more information.

Snail Mail should be addressed to the following address.

International Relations Club
 P.O. Box 3032
 Williamsburg, Virginia
 23187