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Benson University Center

1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

As a thriving center of Wake Forest campus life, the Benson University Center is a uniquely designed community-oriented building whose form follows its function. Located at the heart of campus between Reynolda and Tribble halls, BUC offers a variety of informal places to eat, socialize and study, as well as a copy center, ticket office, and reservable meeting space of all shapes and sizes.

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Phone

336.758.4869

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Website

wfu.edu

Twitter

@Benson_WFU

Upcoming Events

College Faculty Meeting

College Faculty Meeting 5/8 3:30pm

Open only to faculty members in the College. Monthly meeting for faculty in the undergraduate College to present and discuss reports and issues related to...

TIAA one-on-one advice sessions

TIAA one-on-one advice sessions 5/10 9am

Training & Professional Development / Administrative, Human Resources, Professional Development Center

Planning for your financial future is now easier-with TIAA. In addition to the multiple retirement planning tools available online with TIAA, you can set up...

TIAA one-on-one advice sessions

TIAA one-on-one advice sessions 5/11 9am

Training & Professional Development / Administrative, Human Resources, Professional Development Center

Planning for your financial future is now easier-with TIAA. In addition to the multiple retirement planning tools available online with TIAA, you can set up...

Safe Zone Workshop (For Faculty and Staff)

Safe Zone Workshop (For Faculty and Staff) 5/17 9am

Training & Professional Development, Diversity / Administrative, LGBTQ Center, Professional Development Center

The Safe Zone program is an in-depth, interactive presentation designed to educate Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students about the LGBTQ community....

University Credit Card Training

University Credit Card Training 5/17 10:30am

Training & Professional Development / Administrative, Professional Development Center

The basics of the University Credit Card (PCard): eligible purchases, saving your department the cost of NC sales tax, updating your transactions and...

Recent Events

Bi the Way 4/25/2017

SOAR Awards 4/25/2017

Recent Activity

Silvia Correa

Silvia Correa left a positive review 4/26/2017

Great information session. Thanks for letting us know what to expect ahead of time.

Melanie Bullock

Melanie Bullock left a positive review 3/22/2017

Great job!

dean franco

dean franco left a positive review 10/1/2016

The event was exceptionally smoothly run. I thought R. Campo's opening talk was deeply interesting, and he was charming and engaging, especially in the follow up breakout session, which I enjoyed very much. The event hosts were professional, and everyone seemed to know just where they were supposed to be at any given time. That, and I heard good reviews from others as I was milling about. All in all, a really great day!

Tammie Kiser

Tammie Kiser left a positive review 12/4/2015

I really enjoyed it!

Matt McNiece

Matt McNiece posted a photo 11/9/2015

Michael Dise

Michael Dise left a positive review 5/1/2015

Very fun!

Calvin Bradford

Calvin Bradford left a positive review 5/1/2015

Wonderful, great, great ,parody we need to add our professors to the one night in your face!

Calvin Bradford

Calvin Bradford left a positive review 10/9/2014

Challenging!

Analyse Triolo

Analyse Triolo left a positive review 5/1/2015

This was by far the best End of Year Banquet I've been to of the 3 I attended while at Wake Divinity. The location was absolutely beautiful and really fit the needs of the event. The food was good overall. Having a dedicated dance floor made the space feel less crowded. The programming was great, and I loved that there was a deliberate decision to require passdowns to be meaningful. I honestly wouldn't change a thing. Well done to Daniel Potter and all of the EOYB planning team! I had an amazing time.

Christian Burris

Christian Burris left a positive review 4/27/2015

A wonderful event! Special thanks to the Pi Omicron Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta for making this happen.

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