We are committed to enhancing the experience of domestic and international underrepresented groups by offering co-curricular programming, advising and advocacy that enhances intercultural knowledge, competency and leadership. By promoting a welcoming environment, we strive to uphold the Wake Forest mission of Pro Humanitate.
“The IC is definitely one of my support systems on campus! I love the genuine connection with the IC staff, they really get to know you as a person and always provide advice when you need it. It's really comforting to have that kind of relationship with an office on campus.” Cazandra Rebollar ('17)
First Fridays is a monthly event that provides a safe space for students to connect through dialogue, free food and fellowship. Stop by ...
Come join us to try Japanse taiko drumming! Triangle Taiko from Raleigh will lead a group drumming workshop.
“The Intercultural Center has been an integral force in my development as a minority student at Wake Forest University. The staff has supported me with all of my endeavors, without the Intercultural Center, many of the things that I have accomplished would not have happened. The atmosphere the staff has created is instrumental in the growth in students who frequent the space. Without the IC, WFU would not be as inclusive as it is, the center creates a comforting sense for many students.” Byron Goode ('18)
Benson University Center, Suite 346
P.O. Box 7352 Reynolda Station
Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7352