Campus Resources

The university is committed to fostering a campus environment that promotes wellbeing through a variety of resources. There are many resources that are available for students, faculty, and staff to seek additional information, and to report concerns if you are in need of help for yourself or others.


Oversees compliance efforts through equitable and impartial Title IX process for all students, faculty, and staff. 

Student Health is a confidential resource that aims to promote and advance the health and wellbeing of WFU students through primary care services. 

BIAS is a confidential reporting channel for students, faculty, and staff that allows you to be more than a bystander when you witness bias. 

Confidential advocacy and support
available 24/7 for students who have experienced sexual & relationship violence.

The Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team serves the Wake Forest University community by evaluating and responding to disruptive, troubling, or threatening behaviors brought to the attention of the Team.

Promoting healthy involvement at WFU. To report hazing submit a report on the website, or contact the hazing hotline: 336.758.HAZE (4293).

Confidential individual and group counseling to all students on the Reynolda Campus. We are also available for crisis support and consultation 24/7/365 by calling 336.758.5273.

We provide a pastoral presence, skillful listening, and a wide range of confidential support services to members of the Wake Forest community.