Wellbeing at Wake Forest

F101 Wellbeing Badge

Be your best self!

College is more fun when you’re safe and healthy. Know where to find the support that can lead to balance by familiarizing yourself with these key resources.

Reynolds Gym

Office of Wellbeing

Wellbeing is about much more than physical health – it is an eight-dimensional balancing act that leaves us best able to cope with adversity through resilience, build rewarding relationships and live with a sense of purpose.

Interfaith Arch on the Wake Forest campus

Spiritual Life

The Chaplain’s Office, Campus Ministry, and Religious Life Staff work to create worship opportunities that are compelling and that enrich the lives of students, faculty, and staff. All are welcome.

The Wake Forest women's club Ultimate team

Campus Recreation

Stay active through our fitness programs, intramurals and club sports, outdoor pursuits, and our indoor and outdoor fitness facilities.

Wake Forest first year students in the SPARC pre-orientation group work in the campus garden

Office of Sustainability

Be part of a greener Wake Forest! Learn to acquire skills, develop values, and initiate practices that contribute to a sustainable, high quality of life on campus and beyond.

Wake Forest students attend the Student Involvement Fair on Poteat Field to meet representatives from student organizations, clubs, religious and athletic groups, volunteer services and more, to learn about opportunities for fun and fulfillment.

Student Engagement

Learn more about how to get involved with campus activities, clubs, and organizations. Our office’s motto is “helping every Deacon find their place!”