All first-year students will complete a Housing and Dining Application online by logging into WIN > Virtual Campus > Residence Life and Housing. The application will be available May 14 and is due by June 30.
The Office of Residence Life and Housing is excited to welcome you to your home here at Wake Forest University.
Here you’ll find a residential experience where you can thrive socially and intellectually alongside your peers within a secure, comfortable, inclusive and engaging learning community.
Living on campus is where the memories are made.
DEACON ONECARD OFFICE
P.O. Box 7749
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Angelou Residence Hall 001
Resident Advisers (RAs)
Undergraduate student leaders responsible for building community and connecting students. RAs plan initiatives for not only their smaller communities but also for the overall residential community they serve. Our South Campus communities have between seven and 11 RAs, based on the community. Look for a welcome email from your RA in August!
Graduate Hall Director (GHD)
A graduate student who is responsible for the supervision of RAs and the general management of a residential community, which houses 200–300 undergraduate students.
Residence Life Coordinator (RLC)
A full-time master’s-level, live-in professional who manages a residential area of campus. RLCs supervise RAs and GHDs, ensure that students understand and abide by University policy, and provide general assistance to students with residential concerns.
Faculty Fellows are a group of faculty members assigned to your residence hall who will plan community-building events, and be available for informal interaction and advising.
The Faculty Fellows Program was created to build community and increase faculty-student engagement, especially outside of the classroom, providing engaging discussions and activities within and beyond our residence halls.
Learn more about the Faculty Fellows Program, South Forest, and your community’s Faculty Fellows on the South Forest page.
Life on South Campus