The James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership is awarded on Charter Day at William & Mary. The award is given each year to a William & Mary student who best demonstrates sustained leadership of an unusual quality—leadership combined with initiative, character, and an unfailing commitment to leveraging the assets of the William & Mary community to address the needs of society. The prize was established in 2005 by the Owens Foundation. The honorees receive a scholarship, a framed citation, and their names are added to a permanent plaque describing the award in the Sadler Center.
|2005||George E. Srour|
|2006||Catherine A. Schwenkler|
|2010||Nicholas J. Belanger|
|2018||Jordan R. Gilliard|
|2019||Florence (Flo) Glynn|