The sun shines through "Interfaith Arch," a public art project by Wake Forest senior Catherine "Cat" Wilson, by Wait Chapel.
Wake Forest students attend the World Cultural Festival on Manchester Plaza.
Angela Mazaris, Director of the LGBTQ Center, (left) shows the new center in Wake Forest's Benson University to people attending a dedication ceremony.
Enzo, a Black Labrador Retriever guide dog, leads Wake Forest student Kathryn Webster around campus.
Paige Meltzer, Director of the Women's Center, talks to students as they hang out in the new Women's Center.
Students chat in the new Intercultural Center located in Wake Forest University's Benson University Center.

Let’s embrace the strength in our differences

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion supports the University’s mission of creating a more diverse learning community. Specifically, the Office and related Centers aims to influence policies, offer programming, and facilitate practice across the broad spectrum of inclusivity and equity. These aims promote a safe, equitable, growth-minded, and engaged campus community, wherein students, staff, and faculty – within and across multiple identities – can feel supported and valued in their personal and professional development.

In light of recent political uncertainty regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and immigration reform, we are committed to supporting all of Wake Forest students, as demonstrated by professional and academic personnel intent on helping undocumented students get the most from their Wake Forest experience. Learn more here.

 


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