|University Motto||For Humanity|
|Year of establishment||1834|
|Address||1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106|
|City||Winston Salem, North Carolina|
Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University was founded in 1834 outside the state capital of Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1941, the medical school moved to Winston-Salem, and the rest of the College followed in 1956.
With an enrollment of approximately 7,000, Wake Forest's size naturally lends itself to vibrant mentoring and faculty-student engagement. The University remains committed to a ratio of one faculty member for every eleven undergraduate students.
Long one of Wake Forest's defining features, the interaction between and among superb professors and bright, enthusiastic students is the key to real learning and discovery. This principle has led the University to be deliberate in keeping class sizes small. Our faculty members' engagement with students is not limited to classroom, studio, stage, or laboratory; Wake Forest students are challenged not only by course content, but are also mentored and encouraged to think critically in the intimate learning environment of the campus community.
The Wake Forest University is a Private university located in Winston Salem.
The Wake Forest University was founded in 1834.
The current president of Wake Forest University is Nathan Hatch.
According to verified online sources, the Wake Forest University enrolls a total of 15182 students.
According to the main website, the Wake Forest University has a total student population of 7591 undergraduate students and 7591 graduate students.