The Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Center is about “promoting and celebrating” mentored scholarship. Undergraduate research has been a longtime cornerstone of the College’s commitment to academic excellence. Our goal is to provide undergraduate students that opportunity to engage in mentored or independent scholarship. Please explore this site and learn how you can best take advantage of URECA in your academic pursuit.
Wake Forest College is engaged in a process to document (and develop, as necessary) and publish student learning goals and to assess student learning outcomes. Our commitment to student-faculty engagement and to teaching excellence requires a commitment to excellence in student learning. Our instructional goals and processes must be linked to what students are actually learning. Through this process, we will evaluate educational program success and use those results to improve our curriculum and academic programs.
…In the first year of the Institute (1834) students organized a debating society. Soon after the opening of the second session in 1835, students organized two groups, the Euzelians and the Philomathesians. These two literary societies promoted debate and oratory at all special occasions of the college.
The website of the Wake Forest Scholars Program provides information on scholarships that are available, how to apply, and scholarship alumni.
The Magnolia Scholars program celebrates that heritage in a new program designed specifically for first generation college students. Accepted students are considered for the Magnolia Scholars program based upon student essays, recommendations and any available interviews.