Representing Wake Forest students since 1923

Who We Are

Student Government is the representative body of the undergraduate College and School of Business elected to serve students from all of Wake Forest’s classes. Members bring their varied backgrounds, identities, and interests to create an institution representative of Wake Forest’s diverse student body

We listen to students and address their concerns. We connect the gap between students and administrators. We support student groups and sponsor student life. We encourage events on campus and improve student life. We are here for students.

Student Government weekly Senate meetings are held Tuesdays at 7:00 PM in Benson 401. They are open to all Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff.

Mental Health Week 2023

Are you Ok? It’s more than a question.

Thank you for an amazing MHW! We had such a great time celebrating and focusing on our mental health with all of you in our community. However, we realize that one week can’t make all mental health struggles go away and so we’d like to connect you with resources that are available year round.

Remember, keep checking in on your community and asking: Are you Ok?

2023 Elections are underway!

Spring 2023 elections are taking place April 4th-5th for both class senator positions and executive positions of Student Government. Please view the Elections Packet to learn more information about position criteria, campaign rules, and other details. We are also available via email to answer any questions.

Below are the key dates of the elections process:

February 1st: Elections Packet is released

March 14th: Signature Collection begins

March 21st: Campaign Staff Offers can be made

March 27th @8pm: Mandatory Candidate’s Meeting

March 27th @9pm: Campaigning may begin

April 2nd @4pm: Executive Candidate’s Debate

April 4th @12pm: Polls open on the LINK

April 4th @5pm: Campaign Budgets are due

April 5th @11:59am: Polls close online

April 5th after 12pm: Results posted

Celebrating its 99th year, Student Government has experienced a resurgence in the eyes of the student body. The organization is dependent upon committed leadership and prides itself on being in touch with the pulse of the campus happenings and student well-being.

What we’ve been working on…

With the results of the Campus Climate Survey now released, SAPSA has been collaborating with campus offices to hold facilitated forums to help students understand the data. Please view the Executive Summary to learn more.

The Physical Planning committee is answering various concerns regarding dining and transportation. You can send those concerns to our dining and transportation forms.

The Academic committee and the Public Relations committee held a successful Academic Resources Awareness Week in October.

The Student Organizations Council has completed all interviews for chartering applications and new charters will be announced soon.

These are only a few of many, so reach out if you want to learn more!

For updates and information, make sure to follow our Instagram!

Have a question about campus safety? Join us on Tuesday in Benson 401 to hear from the people that keep our campus safe and secure!

Tap to add a reminder so you don’t forget!

Follow the link in our bio and give us your feedback! Dining wants to enhance each students dining experience and your feedback matters.

NOTE: no official decisions have been made and any decisions will be communicated by harvest table.

Join us tonight at 7PM and have all your dining questions answered!

A goated end to mental health week 🐐

How do you relax and unwind? It is really important to find a way to relax after a really stressful week. Comment below your favorite way to relax and unplug for a chance to win a Chad`s Chai gift card!

Goat Yoga is back! Bring a friend and try some relaxing yoga with fun goats! We can’t wait to see you all there.

Comment down below your favorite outdoor activity for a chance to win a $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE to CYCLE BAR!!

Join us at the Student Panel in Broyhill Auditorium in Farrell Hall to ask questions and hear what your peers have to say for about mental health