“Mother So Dear misses you, too. Wherever you are right now, you’re a Deac. We're family. And we’ll get through this together.” Missing Our Deacs Video, @WakeForest Twitter


Need some inspiration?



Wonderful Wake Forest alumni have offered to continue to lead free, virtual workout classes for Deacons everywhere! Get your sweat on and get your Deac on with these fantastic alumni instructors.


“We Have A Choice”  by Jonathan Walton, Dean of the Wake Forest University Divinity School (5.28.20)

Working remotely?


in a Wednesday Webinar presented by our Alumni Personal and Career Development Center. May’s topics are now posted!


“Remote Work Hacks” webinar presented by Tiffany Tate (’07, MALS ’11)

Are you a caregiver?


“The Science of Winston-Salem,” a series of videos and activities for kids created by a consortium of Winston-Salem organizations


WFU Word Search


fantastic stories being read by students, alumni, and staff as part of the Wake Reads program through the Office of Civic and Community Engagement

Hungry for some brain food?


leading historian Dr. Joanne Freeman’s History of the American Revolution course through Yale University’s Open Courses.



Wake Forest University School of Law’s Isolated by the Law, a symposium that explores the legal and ethical implications surrounding quarantine during public health emergencies.

Looking for good entertainment?


our campus virtually through the eyes of a perspective student, guided by Addie Folk (’19)



Home Art Packages for students in Forsyth County. Outside of Forsyth County? Consider donating supplies. This is a fantastic way to participate in Pro Humanitate Days. #GoodWearsBlack


For the Love of New Ideas from the Wake Forest Magazine about alumnus Zach Klein (’04)



How can I help?


local businesses in your community.
More information on Alumni-owned businesses to come!


to the Pro Humanitate crowdfunding effort,

to assist Faculty, Staff and Students in times of financial hardship

Reflect On

“The Meaning Of a Motto”

written by emeritus faculty, James Powell

How can we help?

How Can We Help?

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