Housing & Parking
Although Wake Forest University does not offer on campus housing for graduate students, there are many choices of comfortable, affordable housing in Winston-Salem. A great place to start your search is this page put together by the International Student and Scholar Services Department: Off-campus housing options for graduate students.
If you are looking for an apartment, these are several popular options located nearby and many are on the shuttle route to Wake Forest University. This free, weekday shuttle service includes stops at the following apartment complexes, Crowne Oaks, Crowne Polo, Crowne Park, Corners at Crystal Lake, and Alaris Village. Deacon Place is a 5-minute walk to campus, offering fully furnished flats and townhomes as well as free shuttle service. Deacon Station, a townhouse complex located approximately 1 mile from campus also offers fully furnished units and has a private shuttle for residents.
When searching for local apartments, you may want to search how close they are to Reynolda Campus. Wake Forest University’s address is 1834 Wake Forest Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106. For additional assistance in locating apartments you may also want to check out:
Parking: If you will be using a car while you are here and plan on driving to school, you must have a parking permit. Parking permits have limited availability and sold on a first come, first serve basis. Typically, registration opens two or three weeks before the first day of classes. Students will log in to claim their parking spaces at that time and pay the parking fees. There are a limited number of parking spaces reserved for law students and they tend to be claimed quickly, so you will need to be prepared. Visit the Transportation and Parking Services website for more information or contact them directly at:
Parking and Transportation
Location: Alumni Hall, Suite 138
Lobby hours: Mon. through Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.