While applicable laws, regulations, and University policies prohibit discrimination and harassment based on a defined set of protected categories, Wake Forest and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion seek to foster an inclusive campus community free from bias in many other forms. Our efforts are focused on creating a campus community that is respectful of differences that exist in a variety of forms; that is culturally intelligent and affirming of the value-add that stem from our differences, and that builds trust through and with staff, faculty, and students through means such as intercultural education programming.
Wake Forest is committed to helping families pay for college. As one of U.S. News & World Reports “best-value” national universities, the University provides need-based scholarships and grants to 28% of undergraduates.
The HR team focuses on strategic initiatives that allow us to maximize the potential of our current and future talent.
Report Bias is a communication channel our community to share experiences around bias with us. Even if you’re not sure if what you witnessed or experienced was bias-related, we want to hear from you.
Title IX (Report Sexual Misconduct)
The Title IX office is responsible for oversight and coordination of the University’s Title IX compliance efforts.
Safe Office (Confidential Support)
The Safe Office 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.
University Counseling Center
The Wake Forest University Counseling Center is committed to creating a safe, welcoming, and affirming environment for all.