Please thoroughly review the following information related to student rates and requirements for your housing needs.

The Office of Residence Life and Housing provides facilities, programs, and services that support the academic mission of the University, encourage community responsibility, and prepare undergraduate students for life beyond Wake Forest University. 


  • Housing Rates for 2022-23

    Housing Rates for 2022-23

    Note: These rates are pending board approval.

    • Deacon Place rooms = $6,403 per semester
    • Single rooms and Apartment rooms = $6,163 per semester
      Includes all standard singles; all Polo and Martin rooms; and all on-campus apartments (including apartment doubles)
    • Double rooms = $5,224 per semester
      Excluding apartment doubles – see above

    To participate in housing selection, you must pay your $500 tuition deposit. This deposit is not a housing deposit; however, it (along with any outstanding housing-related bills) must be paid to prevent loss of any housing assignment selected during the housing selection process.

    Loss of the assignment for failure to pay your deposit does not release you from your Housing Agreement and/or Dining Agreement.

  • Housing Rates for Summer 2022

    Housing Rates for Summer 2022

    Note: These rates are pending board approval.

    • Single room = $1,142 per session
    • Double room = $778  per session
  • Housing Rates for 2021-22

    Housing Rates for 2021-22

    • University-sponsored Housing (off-campus apartments) and Deacon Place rooms = $6,216 per semester
    • Single rooms and Apartment rooms = $5,983 per semester
      Includes all standard singles; all Polo and Martin rooms; and all on-campus apartments (including apartment doubles)
    • Modified Single rooms = $5,638 per semester
      Includes rooms that traditionally run at double occupancy, but will be single occupancy. 
    • Double rooms = $5,072 per semester
      Excluding apartment doubles – see above

    To participate in housing selection, you must pay your $500 tuition deposit. This deposit is not a housing deposit; however, it (along with any outstanding housing-related bills) must be paid to prevent loss of any housing assignment selected during the housing selection process.

    Loss of the assignment for failure to pay your deposit does not release you from your Housing Agreement and/or Dining Agreement.