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The Intercultural Center strives to influence campus culture by cultivating intercultural knowledge, competency, and leadership. We are committed to enhancing the experience of domestic and international underrepresented groups by offering co-curricular programming, student support and engagement, identity development initiatives, and opportunities for comprehensive learning and development.

Upcoming Events

Native American Heritage Month – Land Acknowledgment Train the Trainer Sessions

Use this link to access the Intercultural Center Programming Calendar

Spring ’24 Religious Pluralism and Interreligious Engagement Community-Based Global Learning Program

“The Intercultural Center became my home away from home on campus since I first stepped on campus. They create an inclusive atmosphere where I can be myself and build meaningful connections. The intercultural center and the staff have helped shape my college experience and help me grow into the leader I am today.”

Gah’Ques Ligons (’25)

“The IC has become a very special place for me, it’s the place where I can be my most transparent self, I am accepted and embraced for who I am and where I come from. This has become my home away from home.” 

Vianney Manjarrez (’24)

“The IC is the perfect to meet people from different backgrounds and cultures. I love meeting new people there and being able to share my own culture and background with others.”

Lourdes Lopez (’26)
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Join us for ~Friday Morning Brunch~ this Friday with food catered from Bánh Mì Saigon! We'll be starting later than usual this time and will, as always, go until supplies last! 😁
The Intercultural Center’s Shaping the Legacy End of Year Celebration serves to highlight the successes and celebrates students, faculty/staff, and alumni for their dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion by enhancing the experiences of students of color at Wake Forest University. Award categories are: 

Rising Star(s), Outstanding Greek Letter Organization, Outstanding Student Leader, Student Organization of the Year, Student Engagement, Larry & Beth Hopkins Legacy Award.

Shaping the Legacy 2024 will be hosted on April 23rd from 4 PM - 5:30 PM in the Green Room - Reynolda Hall.

Consider nominating someone you know who might be deserving of one of these awards. Full descriptions are on the nomination form.

The RSVP to attend and award nomination form can be found in the Linktree in our bio. This event is open to all members of the Wake Forest community. Business casual attire!

If you have any questions feel free to contact Jalen Shell.
Join the Intercultural Center and Office of Wellbeing for Provide and Thrive, focusing on physical wellbeing! Physical Wellbeing melds our needs for responsible consumption, activity, and rest-driven renewal. Think of it as the intersection of nutrition, diligence, and decompression.This time around we will be doing a group wellness walk around campus. 

Feel free to join us from the start or join us if you see us already starting our walk! We will meet in the Intercultural Center at 1 PM. See you tomorrow!
It's a Boba Best-Teas movie night!!!! Join us on Monday for some Boba and a movie in the Women's Center!
The last Super G Bus trip of the semester is next Wednesday!! Sign up using the link in our bio!
The Intercultural Center is hiring up to 4 student workers for next year! Each roles will have specific job duties and share office administrative responsibilities. Full job descriptions are available on the job application via the LinkTree in our bio. Applications will close next Tuesday, April 16th.

If you have questions feel free to email Jalen Shell.