U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 Best Colleges guide ranked Wake Forest University 23rd among 281 national universities—the highest ever ranking for the University. Wake Forest has been ranked in the top 30 in the national universities category for 18 consecutive years. It is the fifth time the University has been ranked in the top [...]
September 10th, 2013 | Media Advisory
U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 Best Colleges guide ranked Wake Forest 23rd among 281 national universities — the highest ever ranking for the University. The guide also ranked Wake Forest 11th on its “Strong Commitment to Teaching” list.
Rather than putting a Band-Aid on a wound, Wake Forest students, faculty and staff continue to take a proactive approach in preventing and eradicating hunger and bringing about systemic change.
September 4th, 2013 | Admissions
Katharine Brooks recently joined Wake Forest as the executive director of the Office of Personal and Career Development. In this Q&A, Brooks, the author of “You Majored in What?”, shares her ideas about career development and best tips for choosing a major.
September 3rd, 2013 | Media Advisory
Approximately 170,200 different people in N.C. receive emergency food assistance in any given week, according to the N.C. Food Bank website. This is equivalent to the entire current undergraduate enrollment of all 16 colleges and universities that make up the overall University of North Carolina system. The second annual N.C. Campuses Against Hunger Conference will bring [...]
August 28th, 2013 | University Announcement
Zick’s, the newest social and dining destination on campus, is a place for students, faculty and staff to unwind. The space is conveniently located on the first floor and basement levels of Poteat Residence Hall, right off Hearn Plaza.
Nineteen professors taking part in the new Faculty Fellows program will become familiar faces in the first-year residence halls. Each residence hall will have at least three faculty members assigned within this partnership program between the Provost’s Office and the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
August 20th, 2013 | Student
Stand in the courtyard between Wake Forest’s Dogwood and Magnolia Halls and look south. The view of the iconic Wait Chapel, framed on either side by the recently completed buildings, is jaw-dropping. The mirror image Dogwood and Magnolia are the newest residence halls on campus.
Recent graduates offer advice to first-year students. Be Different! Stand out! There is no set path. You create your own path. – Amanda Finney (’13) Keep an open mind and use your four years to figure out what you’re passionate about! – Andrea Beck (’13) Do what you really love to do, and do it [...]
1) Get out and explore “Welcome to Wake Forest! I hope your experience here broadens the mind, strengthens the body, and inspires the spirit. Find your niche by joining one of more than 150 student organizations or simply relax by enjoying the outdoor spaces on Hearn Plaza. I’m new here, too, so let’s take in [...]