Bed Bugs, Winter Break and Travel The season of transition is upon us with upcoming holiday travel, students returning from abroad and those going abroad. As you know, Wake Forest University Housing experienced a number of bed bug cases this fall leading to extensive inspections and treatments. We are pleased to report that we have now completed 100% of heat treatments to affected areas. 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…Read more December 2, 2014
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
Out of a field of nearly 100 colleges and universities, Wake Forest students placed in the top ten in energy savings and top five in fresh water savings during the 2014 Campus Conservation Nationals competition.Read more June 11, 2014
The Resident Student Association (RSA) Executive Board members presented a check to Mr. Clyde Fitzgerald, Executive Director of Second Harvest Food Bank from their Zumbathon 2012 event held on October 24, 2012 . RSA was able to donate $250 and 25 canned goods to the organization. According to Mr. Fitzgerald, the $250 donated will be able to provide roughly 1600 nutritious meals to the community. They estimate that each dollar provides roughly 7 meals. Executive Board members are Xizi Liao, Trey Kern, Tyler Gaetano, Ryan Gutschick, Chelsea Kesty, and Jay Pearson.Read more November 7, 2012
Approximately 120 Wake Forest students used their Saturday morning on November 12 to put Pro Humanitate in action. When they could have been getting a much deserved morning to sleep in, students participated in the second annual “Rake” Forest. “Rake” Forest is a program where students volunteer to rake and clean the yards of neighborhoods surrounding the Wake Forest campus. This year’s neighborhoods included Faculty Drive, Harmon, Rosedale Circle, Friendship Circle, Waycross and Macon Drive.Read more November 16, 2011
South Hall, completed in August 2010, has been awarded the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification. With solar panels on the roof to heat water and touch screens in the hallways for monitoring energy usage, the residence hall reflects the University’s commitment to sustainability across campus. The four-level, 67,000-square-foot building on the south side of campus houses 201 students. “Wake Forest is extremely excited and proud to have received this award,” said Jim Alty, associate vice president for Facilities and Campus Services. “It recognizes our commitment to sustainable development in striving to build facilities that…Read more May 4, 2011
Bed Bugs, Winter Break and Travel
The season of transition is upon us with upcoming holiday travel, students returning from abroad...