The Center for Global Programs and Studies (GPS) advances a global campus community and cultivates global mindsets through collaborative initiatives, programs, and services for the entire University. A complete list of programs and services offered by GPS is available here.
The Center for Global Programs and Studies
Reynolda Hall, Room 116
Global Abroad and Away
Global Abroad and Away manages the extensive offerings of Wake Forest and Affiliate study abroad/away programs and provides advising to all students pursuing these academic opportunities. Other programs and services include:
- Study abroad/away scholarships
- Passport Assistance
- Community-Based Global Learning (CBGL) programs
- Cross-Cultural Engagement (CCE) program
- Contemporary Global Studies Minor coordination and support
- Global Trade and Commerce Studies Minor coordination and support
Global Campus Programs
The Global Campus Programs (GCP) team is responsible for the planning, design, and implementation of programs focused on building a global campus community. The GCP team is both proactive and responsive to developing collaborative programming based on the needs of students, faculty, staff, and campus partners with the goal of enhancing global mindsets. Hallmark programs include: Global Village Living and Learning Community, Global Laureates Academy, and the WISE Conference for International Educators.