U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges guide ranked Wake Forest 27th among 280 national universities. The University is recognized for undergraduate teaching, innovation and value.
Wake Forest University is featured in “Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom” — a new Princeton Review book highlighting the nation’s best institutions.
LENS@Wake Forest offers interactive classroom learning, hands-on work with community and campus partners, and more for high school students.
A new freshman residence hall planned for the south side of campus is one of many construction projects currently taking place on campus.
For senior Margaret Mulkerrin, comedian and late night television host Stephen Colbert offered the perfect advice for the Class of 2015. “Do yourself a favor: Be an easy grader. Score yourself on a curve. Give yourself extra credit.”
The Master of Arts in Sustainability program, an interdisciplinary one-year program that gives students and early to mid-career professionals the diverse skillset they need to work in the global sustainability marketplace, will graduate its first students this year.
Students in Jim Otteson’s class develop a framework for understanding an individual’s purpose, a firm’s purpose and an industry’s purpose in supporting a humane and just society.
Wake Forest’s first STEM Slam brought together students who were looking for job opportunities with companies who were looking for potential employees. If that sounds like your typical career fair, it wasn’t.
Wake Forest is again one of the nation’s “Best Value” colleges and universities according to The Princeton Review. The rating uses a unique ‘Return-on-Education’ (ROE) rating that measures 40 data points including academics, graduation rates and salaries.
From a commencement speech that the entire country watched to celebrating world-class rankings to honoring new and old traditions, Wake Forest had an unforgettable 2014.