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My sister goes to wake, and they are about to finish new housing because they want more people to stay on campus! The new housing is for the juniors apparently.
Also I believe the class of 2015 is the first to be garrented housing!
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Written by Will Geiger
With the exception of South Residence Hall, freshman arriving at Wake Forest expecting palatial living accommodations will be sorely disappointed. What the dorms lack in frill and zip, they make up for in the best location on campus. Freshman dorms are great because they are only a short walk from class (which means sleeping late), food (which means you can always grab a bite to eat), and the library (which will become an important part of your life, like it or not). However, most importantly, freshman dorms are located very close to each other, which adds to a great opportunity for getting to know your classmates.
Upperclassmen dorms are a bit nicer (especially Polo and North Campus Apartments) but are accordingly a bit farther away. But on Wake's campus, this really just means a five-minute walk instead of a two-minute one. The social dynamics are a bit different, too, when you are an upperclassmen. Students will generally live in suites or apartments with their friends or in a Greek housing block. While certainly different, all Wake Forest dorms are very well maintained, and the housekeeping and facilities staff are generally pleasant and helpful.
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