Graduate students at the School of Divinity make their own arrangements for housing. As the Office of Admissions and Student Services is made aware of available housing opportunities, aside from apartment complexes, individual listings will be posted on this page. This will be one of many resources available to you. We do not screen the renters or roommates, nor do we promote any of the listings that appear on this page. Please take care to inquire into each situation for yourself. A list of apartment complexes close to the Wake Forest University Reynolda campus is also provided below.
These listings are not screened prior to posting; please take care when inquiring.
|Roommate Wanted – Patrick, an incoming graduate student in the Sustainability Masters program at Wake Forest, is seeking a roommate. He finished his undergrad at Guilford College in Greensboro a year ago and am looking for a roommate for this next year. Any of the apartment complexes around Wake are possibilities. Please contact Patrick (or 410.245.8290) if you are interested. [posted 6.8.18]|
|House to Share – The Foundry House is an intentional Christian community supported by Crossnore School & Children’s Home, Wake Forest University School of Divinity, United Methodist Yadkin Valley District, New Story Church, Youth in Transition, and The Missional Wisdom Foundation. The Foundry House community members will live in a residence together and engage in service at the Crossnore farm and/or in the broader Winston-Salem community. The Foundry House is open to single and married students and young adults in transition (ages 21-30), depending upon availability of housing. At full capacity, the community will have no more than 8-10 individuals. (Note: Houses are filled based on available space.) Applications can be completed any time of the year and will be considered if there is availability in the community. Thank you for your interest in living in The Foundry House intentional Christian community located on the campus of Crossnore School & Children’s Home. $400 month all inclusive. For more information contact Sarah Stockton Howell. [posted 5.31.18]|
|Rooms for Rent – About 15+ furnished student rooms in private houses and apartments will be available in August. All are within walking distance (about 0.3 ~ 0.5 mile) to Wake campus. Long term (12-month) rates start from $310/month per room, utilities not included. Shorter terms are available. Roommates are mostly Wake graduate students. Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org for pictures, floor plans, and roommate info. Please specify the time period that you are looking for. [updated 7.3.16]|
|Houses to Share – Black & Gold Rentals provides comfortable and convenient housing in the Wake Forest University area. Please browse their rentals here and send inquiries/questions to email@example.com. [posted 4.6.2015]|
Are you interested in posting a rental opportunity for Wake Forest School of Divinity students? Complete the online form or send a detailed listing to the Office of Admissions and Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Listings will remain active for three months unless you contact us to have it extended or removed.
The Office of Wake Forest Properties offers services and rental properties supporting the mission, vision and values of Wake Forest University, which serves as a community amongst many communities. We strive to ensure high quality rental properties, responsive customer service and professionalism while maintaining the long-term integrity of Wake Forest University in both academia and real estate.
PO Box 7477, Winston-Salem, NC, 27109
Office Hours: 8:30am — 5:00pm
Hope Jordan, Portfolio Manager, email@example.com
VeryApt has assisted the School of Divinity by building a housing guide that is based off reviews and data from current students (a survey based on 30 respondents).
Rental rates may vary from information below. We are not promoting any of the complexes or resources; please take care to inquire into each location or resource for yourself. All addresses are Winston-Salem, NC unless otherwise noted. Often apartment communities have specials; call complex for more information.
|Complex||Distance to WFU||Unit and Rent Info||Contact|
5003 Winster Drive
|2.5 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
4981 Hunt Club Road
|6.2 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
200 Brannigan Village Drive
|9.6 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
401 Park Ridge Lane
|5.3 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
2113 Bromley Park Drive
|6.0 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
100 Brookberry Drive
|7.5 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
50 Brookford Place Court
|5.6 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
|Burke Ridge Crossing
2112 Burke Meadows Road
|6.8 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
5460 Countryside Drive
|3.1 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
200 Crowne Club Drive
|5.8 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
1000 Crowne Oaks Circle
|1.7 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
900 Crowne Park Drive
|2.0 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
875 Crowne Forest Court
|2.1 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
2410 Whicker Acres Lane
|700 ft||4 bedrooms/4.5 baths
10 Quincy Dr
|0.7 miles||4 bedroom 4 ½ bathroom
$785-$825 per bedroom all inclusive
|The Edge Flats
111 Edgeway Drive
|3 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
*Call for prices* (fully furnished)
240 Village Crossing Lane
|6.0 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
700 Walnut Forest Road
|6.7 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
1805 Legacy Park Lane
|6.4 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
3501 Plaza Ridge Circle
|9.5 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
|Pointe at Peters Creek
3750 Holmes Creek Place
|9.4 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
2309 Providence Pointe Lane
|4.0 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
5405 Regents Village Drive
|7.5 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
105 Brent View Court
|6.6 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
400 Magnolia Branch Drive
|7.1 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
4190 Trace View Drive
|1.4 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
|The Corners at Crystal Lake
2700 Reynolda Road
|1.5 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
|The Enclave at North Point
4260 Brownsboro Road
|1.6 miles||Studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
|The Pines at Bethabara
511 Bethabara Hills Court
|2.6 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
starting at $600 and $875/month
*Call for current specials!
2501 Towergate Court
|3.8 miles||1 and 2 bedrooms
|Trails at Bethabara
1620 Woods Road
|2.3 miles||1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
Note: Off-campus facilities listed with the Office of Residence Life and Housing are not screened. The University serves as an information source and does not assume responsibility for placement, lease agreements, or landlord-tenant relations.
The Graduate Hall Director (GHD) is responsible for the general supervision and management of a residence hall community which houses 200-350 undergraduate students. The GHD assistantship is a 10-month, live-in position. The GHD employment period is July 30 until May 31. Attendance at a two week Graduate Hall Director training beginning July 30 is expected. Graduate Hall Directors will also be expected to attend the 10 day Resident Adviser training during the month of August. Specific job responsibilities and expectations include:
Graduate Hall Directors working in Residence Life & Housing will:
Your online application including resume, cover letter, Graduate School application or enrollment statement, and references must be received by 5 p.m. on the published deadline. All Application materials must be uploaded online. If you have any questions please contact:
Lauren Rust, Assistant Director of Residence Education
For additional information: 336.758.5185, firstname.lastname@example.org
The GHD assistantship is a 10-month commitment. Reappointment is not guaranteed, but is based upon an exemplary performance record and the successful completion of all interviews and applications required for returning staff. The Graduate Hall Directors performance is under continuous evaluation so as to maintain the highest standards. Failure to meet any of the responsibilities or expectations listed in this assistantship agreement may result in personnel sanctions which could include, but not be limited to, verbal or written warnings, withholding of partial or full pay, probation or possible termination.
This series, produced by Wake Forest University’s Wrought Iron Productions, a graduate-student run production company, explores all that there is to do and see in Winston-Salem, North Carolina – the City of Arts and Innovation!
Winston-Salem is called the “Twin City” for its dual heritage.Salem is the oldest of the “Twin City” being established in 1766 by the Moravian Church. In 1849, the Salem community sold land north of Salem to the newly formed Forsyth County for a county seat. In 1852, the county seat was named Winston. In 1913, Winston and Salem formally became Winston-Salem.
Winston-Salem is called the “City of the Arts and Innovation” for its dedication to fine arts and theater and technological research. Hollywood has taken note of Winston-Salem filming movies such as “Leatherheads” starring George Clooney, “You Are Here” starring Owen Wilson and “The Ultimate Life” a sequel to “The Ultimate Gift”.
There are an estimated 250 churches in Winston-Salem and the immediate area. The churches are denominationally diverse offering different styles of worship and size.
Winston-Salem has one of the highest number of Non-Profit Organizations per capita in North Carolina. This means you can take advantage of a wide array of opportunities to serve the community. Urban, rural, and suburban ministries, social service agencies, hospitals, prisons, schools, community gardens, and food banks — all within a 20 minute drive from campus. Neighboring Greensboro also adds a rich urban area to the mix. It is hard to imagine a form of ministry and religious leadership that you could not explore here.
Wake Forest’s hometown is located in North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad, one of the state’s most vital metropolitan areas. Winston-Salem is a culturally rich, midsize city with a population of 235,000 and a long-standing tradition of building resources in the arts, medicine, education and commerce. Religiously diverse, Winston-Salem and its surrounding areas provide a wealth of opportunities for growth in a small, livable community that is just hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Located about three miles from the main campus, downtown Winston-Salem is a thriving area that includes galleries and shops; indoor and outdoor performance spaces and museums; a greenway that traverses the Old Salem district; hotels, restaurants and sidewalk cafes. In 2012, Livability.com and Forbes magazine ranked Winston-Salem No. 2 on their list of the nation’s best downtowns. Winston-Salem offers an active nightlife and fine dining with more than 75 restaurants, clubs, and bars.
From the campus, access to the ski areas of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains is a two-hour drive, and travel to the North Carolina and South Carolina beaches takes about four hours. A number of county and state parks are short distances from campus.
Krispy Kreme was born here! In 1937, Vernon Rudolph bought a secret yeast-raised doughnut recipe from a New Orleans French chef, rented a building in what is now historic Old Salem in Winston-Salem, NC, and began selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts to local grocery stores.