Wake Forest University comprises two main campuses: the 345-acre Reynolda Campus, home of the undergraduate College and the Schools of Law, Divinity and Management; and the Bowman Gray Campus, home of the School of Medicine and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
Wake Forest is building an engaged community of learning one person at a time. Wake Forest defines the ideal collegiate university: you will have an array of opportunities to pursue your interests and passions in the best tradition of a small liberal arts college, with the resources of a national research university.
The Wake Forest community embodies the University's motto, Pro Humanitate, or "for humanity." Students organize annual service trips to India, Honduras, Vietnam and Eastern Europe and many other projects closer to home. Wake Forest is one of the top small colleges in the number of alumni serving in the Peace Corps. The University fosters thinking and action. Numerous students have started successful businesses — while in school. The entrepreneurship program is one of the strongest in the country. A broad course selection, mentoring and other support will get you started on the road to success.