Campus Resources

There are a variety of resources at Wake Forest to ensure a safe and supportive environment. You can always speak to a confidential resource first.

For more information about the difference between confidential and non-confidential resources you can contact the Safe Office at 336-758-5285 or safe@nullwfu.edu (non-urgent).

Confidential Campus Resources

Safe Office

Crisis Response, Support Services, Information, Programming

336.758.5285 (24/7 Urgent Helpline) or email (non-urgent needs): safe@nullwfu.edu Website safeoffice.wfu.edu

University Counseling Center

Counseling Services,  After-Hours Crisis Response

336.758.5273 to schedule an appointment or for 24/7 crisis support

Website

Office of the Chaplain

Spiritual Support

336.758.5210

Website

Student Health Service

Medical Concerns, STI or Pregnancy Testing, and Rape Drug Screenings

336.758.5218 to make an appointment

Website

Sports Psychologist

336-758-2356

Website

Email Rachel Conway

Other Campus Resources

Individuals within these departments may have different requirements for reporting or remaining confidential, depending on their license. You’re always welcome to contact a confidential resource (above) to learn more about your options.

Title IX Office

Private University reporting option for incidents of sex discrimination, including sexual misconduct, No Contact Orders

336.758.4997 or email: Jessica Telligman, WFU Interim Title IX Coordinator, website

University Police

Safety concerns or making a police report

336.758.5911 (emergencies) or 336.758.5591 (non-emergencies)

Website

Office of the Dean of Students

Judicial proceedings for conduct concerns (not sexual misconduct)

336.758.5226

Website

Residence Life and Housing

Housing Concerns

336.758.5185

Website

Office of Academic Advising

Academic Concerns

336.758.3320

Website

Center for International Studies

Coordinating health and safety response for WFU students abroad

336.758.5939

Website

Women’s Center

Website

LGBTQ Center

Website

Intercultural Center

Website

CARE Team

Website

Other ways to report

Learn more about who’s a mandatory reporter on pg. 6-7 of the Title IX policy. You can always speak to a confidential resource first, if in doubt.