Find Community & Fellowship on the Wake Forest Reynolda Campus

Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University is a distinguished institution of higher education located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The University comprises an undergraduate college, a graduate school of arts and sciences, and several professional schools including the School of Business, the School of Law, the School of Divinity and the School of Medicine.

The Wake Forest University Reynolda campus at Winston-Salem resides on 340 beautifully landscaped acres, which include Reynolda Gardens and the Reynolda Village for shopping, dining and services. The Graylyn International Conference Center, a 55-acre estate owned by the University, is about a mile away. On campus and around Winston-Salem, our student union organizes concerts, movie nights and weekend outings. There are a variety of sporting options available via our tennis courts, outdoor pursuits, swimming pools and exercise centers, not to mention the excitement of cheering on the Demon Deacons, part of the ACC conference.

One of the most distinctive buildings on the Wake Forest Reynolda Campus is Farrell Hall, the new home of the Wake Forest University School of Business. The $55 million, 130,000 square foot facility opened in the fall of 2013, integrating state-of-the-art technology and flexible learning spaces within august Georgian architecture to inspire streamlined collaboration between faculty and students.

Pictures, videos and testimonials are good ways to start learning about Wake Forest’s campus and facilities, but if you are considering one of our programs, we encourage you to visit one of our campuses in the vibrant Winston-Salem or Charlotte areas.

To plan a visit, go to our Plan a Visit page for more information and visitor resources.