Our mission is to encourage the study of the political, economic and cultural institutions that lead to prosperous and humane societies.
This Center will help prepare our students to become professionals with strong quantitative skills and an understanding of how to apply analytics to critical business decisions.
Following our motto, Pro Humanitate, we will create a world-class center for leadership, character and ethics in business.
We will ensure our relevance in the market through this Center that will create an alliance between manufacturers, retailers and channel partners with a shared vision of defining the industry.
Our Charlotte Center provides our business students unparalleled access to one of the South's key business communities.
This building unites the undergraduate and graduate business programs under one roof, encouraging collaboration and enhancing the student experience.
We will continue to build this graduate program into one of the most successful and nationally visible programs of its kind.
Wake Forest will be able to recruit and enroll high-caliber, high character students to become the type of business professional employers seek.
As one of the top accounting programs in the country, we want to expand our program to meet the market's demand for Wake Forest graduates.
Competitive financial aid packages are a deciding factor in attracting top students to this program.
Scholarships will allow us to remove financial barriers that prevent exceptional students from pursuing their business education at Wake Forest.
This was a Homecoming Weekend to remember. In addition to all of the traditional Homecoming festivities, we celebrated the President’s Ball, the Arnold Palmer statue dedication, a Demon Deacon win over Maryland and - most importantly for the future of our University – the launch of Wake Will: The Campaign for Wake Forest. Read more »Open for Business
On November 1, 2013, surrounded by friends, family, fellow donors and members of the Wake Forest community, University Trustee Mary Farrell (P ’10) helped dedicate Farrell Hall, the new home for the School of Business. Read more »