Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Wake Alert Emergency: The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Wake Forest University area. Seek shelter.     Wake Alert Emergency Notification System Wake Forest University See our Wake Alert Emergency ...

Update regarding University demonstration and chalking policies

On May 3, the University announced the implementation of an interim policy that designated the time, place and manner for demonstrations that expires today, May 21. After discussing with and incorporating feedback from the presidents of Faculty ...

Commencement 2024 - Important Guest Information

Bottom Line, Up Front The Commencement ceremony lasts approximately three-and-a-half hours and is held outdoors on Hearn Plaza. Temperatures can vary widely, so check the local weather forecast. Most seats are in full sun, so ...

Preparing for Commencement Weekend

The Office of Communications and External Relations shared this message with the campus community about preparations for, and expectations of, Commencement weekend.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Wake Alert Emergency: The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Wake Forest University area. Seek shelter.     Wake Alert Emergency Notification System Wake Forest University See our Wake Alert Emergency ...

Final Reminders for Move-Out

The Office of Residence Life and Housing sent this message to resident students reminding them of important information for move-out.

Message to families: An update on demonstrations and interim policy information

The following message was shared with the campus community this morning. We wanted to send it to parents and families so you are informed. An excerpt is below: “Early this morning, the University provided notice ...

An update on demonstrations and interim policy information

This message was sent to campus on the morning of May 3 to update about demonstrations and to inform of interim policy.

Update on campus demonstration

Dear parents and families, A message was sent out to the campus community this morning regarding a demonstration that included the assembling of tents on Hearn Plaza. We wanted parents and families to see the ...

A message to our community

Dear Wake Forest Community, Around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, a group of approximately 20 students began demonstrating peacefully on Hearn Plaza in solidarity with pro-Palestine activists on campuses across the country. The demonstration ...

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