Wake Forest University
Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University is a private liberal arts university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with an enrollment of around 9,000 students.
Wake Forest combines a dynamic academic community and exceptional teaching with the vitality and innovation of a top research university. The intimate teacher-scholar ideal thrives through personal interaction between students and faculty across undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs spanning liberal arts, law, business, medicine, and more.
With a commitment to developing the whole person, Wake Forest emphasizes intellectual curiosity, moral reflection, and service. The University embraces religious pluralism and fosters a vibrant and diverse residential community.
Shaped by its North Carolinian roots, Wake Forest maintains a culture of community responsibility and prioritizes international understanding. Students hail from 47 states and over 48 countries, creating a diverse campus.
Wake Forest sustains an environment where beliefs can engage in civil discourse and faith traditions intersect with secular thought. The University links learning with moral reflection and action to shape ethically informed leaders.