Message from President Hatch to faculty, staff and students
Dear Wake Forest community:
As the East Coast braces for the impact of Hurricane Sandy, Wake Forest University offers its support to students, alumni, parents, faculty and staff who have loved ones in affected areas.
While Winston-Salem is outside the storm’s direct impact and those on our campus are safe, we are concerned about people along the Eastern seaboard and are mindful that many in our campus community have family and friends in the storm’s path.
We encourage you to contact the following resources, should the need arise:
- The University Counseling Center, Chaplain’s Office, Student Life and resident advisers are available to listen to students who need to speak with someone here.
- Parents are encouraged to contact the Office of Parent Programs should the University need to be aware of any extraordinary circumstances affecting their students.
- And, as always, our Alumni Office is here to assist with the needs of Wake Forest graduates.
The University will continue to monitor the weather and determine what specifically we can do to help students here as well as the greater Wake Forest family.
Nathan O. Hatch
- May 18, 2020
- May 17, 2020
- May 15, 2020