The Club

President of the Williams Club, Tom Morgan '91 (left) & Owner of the NY Yankees, Hal Steinbrenner '91 (right)

Who We Are

The Williams Club’s membership is open to alumni, students, faculty, staff, and family of Williams College as well as our 34 affiliate schools.  Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan at 30 West 44th St, the Club is a home away from home for alumni, and a congenial place to make new friends, celebrate with family, entertain clients and colleagues, and reconnect with classmates.

Fill out our online application form today, and after signing, email back, or visit our membership page for additional information on memberships benefits.


Williams College is proud to have the oldest existing alumni society of any academic institution in the United States. Founded in 1821 when then College President Zephaniah Swift Moore led a group of students over the mountains into the Connecticut Valley to start Amherst College, the Alumni Society was established at a time when many felt the college abandoned. During this crisis, graduates of Williams College came together to form the Alumni Society and protect the future of Williams College.

Continuing the tradition of preserving alumni ties with Williams College, a group of Williams alumni in New York City founded The Williams Club in 1913. Originally located on Madison Avenue between 39th and 40th Streets, The Club served as a place for Williams alumni to convene and socialize. In 1924, The Club relocated to a twin brownstone residence on 39th Street. After nearly a century of serving our extended New York City community from the location on East 39th Street, the Williams Club ceased its own clubhouse and hospitality operations and moved its membership program and related activities to the Princeton Club of New York on June 1, 2010.   We moved again in March, 2022 to our Penn Club home.

The Williams Club continues to support the mission of Williams College through programming and the nurturing of alumni camaraderie.  Our wide network of affiliate schools allows us to extend this same support to a far-reaching community of like-minded institutions.

Board of Governors


Thomas W. Morgan ’91


Vice President

Charles Mitchell ’74



William Beckett ’80






Aaron Finder ’17

Charlotte Neuville ’73

Taylor Smith ’99

Richard W. von Bargen, Jr. ’99


Board Presidents Emeritus

Rhett Austell ‘48

John Enteman ’72

Roger Friedman ‘55

Barton T. Jones ’68

Richard Levy. Jr. ‘74

Sydney Streets Gibson ’06

Jeffrey Urdang ‘89

Richard W. von Bargen, Jr. ’99

Edwin M. Wiggers ‘90