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Fall 2017 Leaf Blowing

On Monday, October 9, 2017, Landscaping Services will begin to conduct leaf blowing activities that will continue through winter break.   Leaf blowing will occur during the weekdays around the residence halls in parking lots and along sidewalks, starting no earlier than 6:00 AM.  Blowing of leaves in landscape areas directly next to residence halls will begin at 9:00 AM. Landscaping Services will use some “low decibel” backpack blowers to help reduce the noise. Please be advised that this will occur on rotations, to ensure that all of campus is covered equally, and to maintain safe and clean environments.  Landscaping Services will do its best to avoid interruptions and will also be…

Read more October 2, 2017

MARCH 2017 – Wake Forest Student Tested Positive for Meningitis

Wake Forest student tested positive for meningitis. This message is sent on behalf of Joanne Clinch, Clinical Director of the Student Health Service and Adam Goldstein, Dean of Students: Dear Wake Forest students, faculty and staff: Wake Forest University Student Health Service has been informed that an undergraduate student tested positive for bacterial meningitis this morning. The student is currently being treated for this condition at a local hospital.  No other recent cases of meningitis have been reported at Wake Forest. Wake Forest is following the direction of the Forsyth County Health Department and infectious disease experts at Wake Forest…

Read more March 16, 2017

More Space for Living and Learning

New residence hall for first-year students to open in 2017 A new residence hall for first-year students is being planned for the south side of campus next to Collins Residence Hall, on the current site of Parking Lot H.

Read more July 20, 2015

Bed Bug Info

Bed Bugs, Winter Break and Travel  In an effort to be cautious and continue providing a safe living environment, we wish to provide the following information to help as you travel over the holidays and prepare to go or return from abroad.  Traveling: Please be aware of your surroundings when traveling and take these extra steps prior to unpacking while in locations unfamiliar to you: Roll luggage to hard surface areas (such as a bathroom or hardwood floor). Check the mattress, including the box springs, for evidence of bed bugs. Check the upholstered furniture and bed frame for evidence of…

Read more March 4, 2015

Instructions for New Thermostat Control, Adjustment and Function for Student Apartments

Dear Student, Over the winter break, Facilities and Campus Services installed new energy saving thermostats for the Student Apartments air conditioning and heating systems. Facilities and Campus Services also performed annual maintenance that included cleaning of air conditioning/heating units, ductwork, and replacement of system filters. Listed below are instructions for new thermostat control, adjustment and function. The New Thermostat has 3 buttons and 1 slide switch: Red Up Arrow – Push to raise the temperature set point by .5 degree F increments Blue Down Arrow – Push to lower the temperature set point by .5 degree F increments Fan –…

Read more January 6, 2015

Residence Life and Housing Posting Policy

In an effort to effectively convey information of importance to the University community, and at the same time to keep the campus free from litter, the following guidelines have been established for the posting of notices and printed materials in and on the residence halls: All public notices or publicity material posted must be sponsored by a recognized student organization and University department and be submitted for approval by the Dean of Residence Life and Housing, or designate, at least 24 business hours in advance. Organization banners, student organization symbols and other large display items may not be posted on…

Read more November 14, 2014