Theme Housing is a program established to promote a direct link between residential, academic and extracurricular life for students at Wake Forest University. It is designed to provide students who have common educational endeavors or common extracurricular interests the opportunity to live together in campus housing. By focusing on a specific area of residential living, Theme Housing can profoundly impact the experiences of our students on campus. A Theme Housing program increases students’ opportunities to pool resources and learn from each other and has proven to be an effective living/learning tool.
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|Ahuva House||North Campus Apartments|
|Anthony Aston Players||109-111 Rosedale Circle|
|Athletes In Action||1145 Polo Road|
|Casa Latina (OLAS)||Kitchin Residence Hall|
|First Generation in Service House||1115 Polo Road|
|Global Village||Magnolia Residence Hall|
|Interfaith House||1109 Polo Road|
|Roosevelt Institute||1210 Polo Road|
|Rowing Crew||Dogwood Residence Hall|
|Sustainability House||1157 Polo Road|
|Wake Forest Bands||North Campus Apartments|
|Wesley Foundation||Dogwood Residence Hall|