The following message is sent on behalf of Wake Forest President Nathan O. Hatch and Student Government President Miles Middleton (’21).
Dear Wake Forest Community,
Greetings! We send this message and call to action in a spirit of unity and with a sense of optimism for the semester ahead. We believe in Our Way Forward and are proud of the planning and preparation undertaken by so many Wake Forest faculty, staff and students. While changing conditions will continue to require us to adapt, we remain committed to delivering a superb academic and community experience. Read more
A recording of the July 26 New Student Town Hall is available on Youtube.
A message regarding Town Hall information was sent to P’21-’23 parents and families on July 22nd from President Nathan Hatch.
A message with Town Hall information for P24s, parents and families was sent by President Nathan Hatch on July 22nd; a similar version was sent to P’24 students.
Dear Wake Forest community,
As I shared earlier this week, Wake Forest University believes that the recent guidelines suggested by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), an office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), are dangerous and threatening to international students and higher education.
In response to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) guidelines released this week, Wake Forest has joined an amicus brief, prepared by the Presidents’ Alliance on Immigration and Higher Education, backing a lawsuit filed by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology against federal restrictions that threaten the education and wellbeing of international students. Read more