We want you!

Applications for the 2021-2022 Board of Directors are now open!

Our Positions


Events include: Lighting of the Quad and Senior Send Off


Events include: Karaoke Nights, Late Night Open Mics, Battle of the Bands, Comedians


Events include: Annual Concert

Culture and Community

Events include: Drag Show, Intercultural Cook Off


Events include: Fallfest, Springfest


Events include: Friday Night Film Series, Outdoor Movies

Late at Wake

Events include: Fall aWake All Night, Spring aWake All Night


Events include: Pet Rock Making, Ornament Making, Potions, Shag Dancing, Dumpling Making


Events include: Last Lecture Series

Special Events

Events include: Murder Mystery Dinner

Campus Spirit

Events include:  Collaborations w/ Campus Traditions such as Project Pumpkin, Wake ‘n’ Shake, Hit the Bricks, etc., collaborating with the athletic department such as football events in the fall, Super bowl watch party, March madness etc. 

Trivia and Games

Events include: Weekly Tuesday Trivia, Semesterly Big Trivia

Campus Tradition

Events include: Homecoming, Spring fair 

Local Engagement

Event ideas include: Local mini farmers market, Haunted tunnels (with AAP), Carowinds, Greensboro Civil Rights Museum, Biltmore Estate

Application Information

Applications for the 2020-2021 Board of Directors are currently opened! 

The mission of Student Union is to develop an enhanced cultural, educational, recreational, and social atmosphere for the WFU community through student-programmed events and support for student life.  

The Wake Forest Student Union started in 1958 as the WFU College Union and in 1988 changed its name to the Student Union Network but in 1988, the Network was dropped from the name.

The duties and responsibilities of all Programming Directors are as follows:

  • Plan traditional and innovative campus-wide events
  • Chair or Co-Chair a standing committee of Wake Forest students
  • Attend all weekly Board of Directors meetings (Mondays, 4:00 pm)
  • Attend and facilitate all weekly standing committee meetings
  • Attend Fall and Spring retreats
  • Attend weekly meetings with the Student Union advisor
  • Support and attend Student Union events throughout the academic year
  • Plan and execute marketing initiatives to properly advertise events
  • Work within budgetary guidelines
  • Conduct 3 scheduled office hours per week

The deadline for applications is Friday, March 27. Interviews will take place the week of March 29th- April 2nd. If you are selected to be interviewed, a member of Student Union will contact you to arrange a time that week.

If you have any questions, please contact Mia Williams email: willmc18@wfu.edu 

Apply Here!