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.
“The Intercultural Center was the first place on campus where I always felt like I belonged. I always meet new friends and the staff is the best. The IC has provided me with a place I can call home while on campus. ” Stevenson Cerisier ('22)
“Coming to Wake Forest as one of the few Native American students on campus, I felt welcome and comfortable. Through the Intercultural Center, I have received numerous opportunities to represent the Native presence on campus, such as participating in the Indigenous Land Acknowledgement and performing at the Founder's Day Convocation. I look forward to using my education at Wake Forest to return to my Native community and help institute change, and I can't wait to continue to share my Native culture with my fellow Demon Deacons throughout the rest of my time here at Wake.” Mahlea Hunt ('23)