Wake Forest University

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Wake Forest University,

at Winston-Salem, N.C.; Southern Baptist; coeducational; chartered 1833, opened 1834 at Wake Forest, moved 1956. The school achieved university status in 1967. It has an undergraduate liberal arts college as well as schools of business administration, law, medicine, and graduate studies.
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IN THE LATE 1930s, the medical program on the old Wake Forest College campus operated under the name Wake Forest College School of Medical Sciences.
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Rechartered in 1838 as Wake Forest College, the school remained primarily a liberal arts institution for men until the School of Law opened in 1894.
Indeed, other than a few academic notables, such as Tinsley Harrison and George Harrell, the core of the original clinical faculty of the 4-year Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College was derived from members of the Winston-Salem medical community who moved their private practices to the medical school.