Letters

COVID-19 Update from President Hatch

The following message was sent by President Hatch to the Wake Forest community on May 15.

Dear Wake Forest community,

Congratulations for completing one of the most challenging and unexpected semesters in memory. No one could have imagined the dramatic turn our lives would take after spring break, and I remain deeply grateful for the remarkable resilience of the Wake Forest faculty and staff. Their dedication to our students has always been a hallmark of this University, and they shined when it mattered most. I am equally grateful to our students, who overcame the great disappointment of not being able to return to campus and yet finished the semester with hard work, patience and grace. Read More »

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COVID-19 Update from President Hatch

This message was sent to faculty, staff, students and parents on April 30.

Dear Wake Forest community,

Today, as I update you on important matters at Wake Forest, I again want to express my gratitude for your flexibility and patience as we adapt to the changing circumstances related to the COVID-19 crisis. We have experienced a great disruption in the ways our community engages, and I appreciate your effort and resilience. We will have more challenges ahead, and I am confident we will continue to confront them with a spirit of unity and hope. Read More »

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The Days Ahead: Uncertainty and Confidence

This message was sent to the Wake Forest community on April 14, 2020.

Dear Wake Forest community,

I am writing to you today to share my thoughts on the days ahead. I want to be realistic about ...

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A Message of Encouragement from Dean Jonathan L. Walton

This message was sent to faculty, staff and students on April 2, 2020.

Dear Wake Forest community,

One of the great joys in life is being part of a team, working together toward a goal that none ...

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COVID-19 Update from President Hatch

Dear Wake Forest Community,

My message today is one of continued gratitude. Thank you, to our faculty and staff working to sustain our vital educational mission through remote learning options. ...

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