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Magnolia Scholar to Featured Graduate

by May 22, 2015

Linnet Hennkens-Cruz is one of 17 graduates featured for the Wake Forest University 2015 Commencement. Linnet majored in Spanish and plans to work as a legal interpreter and freelance as a translator for a year in Arizona. Afterwards, she plans to attend law school and become an international or immigration lawyer. Read more »

Magnolia Scholar to Fulbright Finalist

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Araceli Morales-Santos (’14) is one of nine Wake Forest recent graduates and alumni to be selected as a finalist for the US Student Fulbright Program. Araceli will be an English Teaching Assistant in Brazil (2016). Good luck and success to Araceli! Read more >>>

Magnolia Scholars Program Receives 6.5M Gift

by April 4, 2013

Dr. Steven and Becky Scott have committed $6.5 million to further the education of first generation college students through Wake Forest’s Magnolia Scholars program. Click here to read the full story

It Starts With Me…

by October 21, 2010

The Magnolia Scholars program carries the legacy of “Old Wake Forest. ” When Wake Forest opened, it was an Eastern North Carolina, white, male, Baptist college. Virtually all of the students were from farms and small towns, many were first generation college students. They left Wake Forest with grand ambitions Read more »