Wake Forest University

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What percent of freshman live on campus?

According to our research, 99.0% of freshman live on campus at Wake Forest University?

What type of housing does Wake Forest University provide?

The below table outlines the different housing options available at Wake Forest University, and how what percent of students are estimated to live in each type of housing.

Available Percent living in Accomodation
Co-ed Dorms true 71.0
Women's Dorms true -
Men's Dorms true -
Sorority Housing true 8.0
Fraternity Housing true 7.0
Single-student Apartaments true 10.0
Married Student Apartaments true -
Special Houses for Disable Students true 1.0
Special Houses for International Students true -
Cooperative Houses true -
Other Housing Type true 3.0

What are the dorms like at Wake Forest University?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Wake Forest University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Wake Forest University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Wake Forest University feel like home!

What are the dimensions of Wake Forest University dorm rooms?

The Wake Forest University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Wake Forest University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Wake Forest University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

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