New Wake Forest students in the BUILD pre-orientation program prepare a communal pot luck dinner in the Campus Kitchen space on Tuesday, August 22, 2017.Building University Inclusion through Leadership and Diversity (B.U.I.L.D.) is a weeklong immersion program in Winston-Salem that introduces first-year students to concepts of social justice, intercultural communication and social change. Students will work in teams to learn about the various, vibrant cultural communities in Winston-Salem. With their upperclass mentors, incoming students will consider their role and responsibility as citizens in Winston-Salem, identify social justice themes and learn more about strategies for intercultural communication. Students will visit nonprofit organizations, museums and local agencies. Join the Pro Humanitate Institute staff and upperclass leaders for this fun, exciting introduction to Students enjoying camp.life at Wake Forest.

B.U.I.L.D. accepts students on a rolling basis, with notification of acceptance sent within 10 days of an application being received. Specific program details will be available in early August.

Cost: $350*
Application Deadline: July 15
When: August 18-21
Sponsored by: Pro Humanitate Institute, Campus Life and Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Application: go.wfu.edu/f101build

*price subject to change