Welcome to Wake Forest!
The Student Health Service is pleased to welcome you to Wake Forest. You have been directed to this web site because you identified a medical problem or other condition on your Health Information and Immunization Form that may require additional resources while you are at Wake Forest or may require academic, housing, dining, or other reasonable accommodations. Please follow the links listed below that best describes your situation. If you have more than one concern, follow the links to each of the areas information that describes your conditions.
If you have a diagnosis of a chronic medical problem that requires ongoing treatment or monitoring by your primary care doctor or a specialist, please follow this link. Examples of such conditions would include diabetes, Crohn’s disease, frequent migraine headaches, cancer requiring ongoing care and treatment, congenital or newly acquired cardiovascular disease (such as congenital valvular heart disease, hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias), and asthma (moderately persistent or severely persistent).
If you have a diagnosis of a psychological, emotional, psychiatric or other mental health problem that requires ongoing treatment or monitoring, please follow this link. Examples of such conditions would include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and substance abuse/dependency.
Students who have a diagnosis of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (commonly known as ADHD or ADD) should refer to the information on the ADHD page concerning resources available to manage this condition while at Wake Forest.
If you have a history of a learning difference (disability), please refer to this information concerning available resources while at Wake Forest.
Students with histories of physical or psychological conditions which affect their ability to participate in academic, social, and recreational activities and programs should refer to this information concerning the documentation needed in order to receive accommodations while at Wake Forest.
While the transition to college is an exciting time for young adults, full of opportunities for independence and self-discovery, it also comes with an array of stressors, challenges, and life events that must be navigated. It is not unusual for students with a history of an eating disorder to experience a recurrence of eating disorder thoughts and/or behaviors during this time of transition. Wake Forest University has resources available to help students develop a plan to successfully maintain recovery or provide treatment for ongoing symptoms. We recommend that students make an appointment in either the Student Health Service or the University Counseling Center early in the semester to discuss available resources.
Students with a history of food allergies or other special dietary needs should refer to this information concerning available resources while at Wake Forest.