We have compiled a list of campus departments frequently needed by Wake Forest families. For a full directory of all academic and administrative departments, visit the Directories page. For answers to frequently asked questions, visit our Questions and Answers page.
Click on the office name to go to their web site.
For students who would like additional assistance with academic planning and the advising process.
For parents to order tickets to campus sporting events.
For sundries, coffee, school supplies, and gifts.
For students to purchase or rent textbooks.
Promotes the intellectual, cultural, social, vocational, physical and psychological growth of Wake Forest students.
Recreational programs, specialists and facilities for students desiring to continue or grow towards their fitness,competitive or leadership goals. Activities will take place inside the walls of the university and in the mountains and waterways contiguous to and within the beautiful state of North Carolina.
Serves the Wake Forest University community by assessing, responding to, and evaluating disruptive, troubling or threatening behaviors brought to the attention of the Team.
Assists students with study abroad options.
Oversees religious life on campus.
For assistance with chemistry classes.
Available for various personal issues, including adjustment to university life, stress management and others.
The on-campus location to purchase WFU apparel and gifts for your Deacon fan.
The Deacon OneCard is the Wake Forest Student ID. It is a student’s room key, as well as cashless payment system for the meal plan/food dollars and Deacon Dollars.
The Deacon Electronic Account Center (DEAC) is an electronic billing system that allows students and authorized payers to view student account activity in real-time, 24/7. Payments are made via e-check through an Authorized Clearinghouse (ACH).
Includes Student Conduct, Student Engagement and Campus Programs & Services.
Oversees meal plans, dining locations and more.
Enables students with disabilities to experience equal access to the academic, social, and recreational activities and programs at Wake Forest.
Works with fraternities and sororities on campus.
Provides technology support and services to campus. The Bridge (computer support office) is located in the ZSR Library.
(Formerly Office of Multicultural Affairs)
Strives to enhance the experience of students from underrepresented groups and foster an appreciation of diversity and inclusion.
Provides study skills training and counseling and individual and group tutoring.
Provides support and advocacy to Wake Forest University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students, faculty and staff, and education to the entire campus community about issues of gender identity and sexual orientation.
Assists students with their math courses.
Supports students’ development and engages them in the conversation about mentoring.
Develops and articulates the institutional approach to fostering a diverse and inclusive campus community.
Connects students with meaningful opportunities to get involved on campus and learn leadership.
Oversees campus vehicle registration, parking, and shuttle operations.
Located on the first floor of the Benson University Center, provides incoming and outgoing mail and shipping operations.
The official recorder of grades; assists with credit for courses taken elsewhere, AP/IB credit, FERPA (student privacy forms).
Oversees residence halls and campus living.
Provides confidential crisis response and on-going support services to Reynolda Campus students for concerns related to interpersonal violence, including sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking.
Encourages students with educational loans to discover helpful financial literacy and loan information.
Manages all Wake Forest student accounts, including tuition, housing and other University-related fees.
Outlines conduct and social relations and policies.
Provides on campus primary care, urgent care, laboratory and pharmacy services and more.
Runs Family Weekend and sponsors on campus programming for students.
Provides programming for substance abuse prevention, education, and intervention.
Leads the campus in making wellbeing a part of every experience in the lives of our students, faculty, and staff.
Supports the development of strategic initiatives for integrating principles of sustainability into university programs.
Protects and assists the campus community.
For current undergraduates and recent graduates who have interest in competitive post-graduate scholarship.
For information on Grief Resources, see below:
If you have an urgent need to reach someone at the university after business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.) because you have a concern that must be addressed quickly, please call University Police at:
More information can be found on our After Hours page.
One of the most important ways parents and families can help their students in college is by encouraging them to solve their own problems. Please bookmark or print out this Stop, Drop, and Roll flyer so you have it when your student contacts you with a problem. Also, the flyer lists contact information for urgent and serious concerns where family intervention might be appropriate.