Southern Wake (Main) Campus (formerly Main Campus) is where Wake Tech first opened its doors in 1963, is the home to college administration, including the President’s Office and the Wake Tech Foundation. Southern Wake (Main) Campus offers the Associate in Arts (A.A.), and Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees for College/University Transfer, as well as Career Programs in Applied Engineering and Technologies; Business and Public Services Technologies; and Computer Technologies. The 138-acre campus includes a physical education building/gymnasium; a culinary training facility with a restaurant; and a cosmetic arts lab and salon. It offers a robust list of Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit) programs as well. All Wake Tech campuses offer an array of student services including admissions, advising, financial aid, disability support services, career and employment resources, an ILC Tutoring Center (ILC) and a library.
- Holding Hall (where Wake Tech first offered classes in 1963)
- Gymnasium (Physical Education Building) – site of Eagles basketball and volleyball home games
- Flavors – the Susan C. Alexander Culinary Labs and Dining Room, a gourmet restaurant and student training facility
- Cosmetic Arts Lab
All Wake Tech Campuses feature a library and study areas; an Individualized Learning Center (ILC) for reading, writing, and math tutoring; wireless internet access; a photo ID office; and support services that include admissions, advising, career counseling, disability support, and financial aid.
In addition to these services, Southern Wake (Main) Campus offers a bookstore, a STEM Center, open computer labs, a distance education testing center, a gymnasium and wellness center, Student Success Counselors, student dining options, and Student Government Association offices.