Welcome to the Wake Forest College Office of Academic Advising

Fall 2014 at Wake Forest University

Office_Advising_HammondNew Students!: The Office of Academic Advising would like to officially welcome the newest members to the Wake Forest family, the Class of 2018. To assist with your transition from high school to college, our office has put together a list of questions commonly asked by new students. This FAQ is meant to complement the Forestry 101 guidebook you will receive and the New Undergraduate Students website. To view the First Year Students FAQ, please click here.

A YouTube Message for Incoming Students: Please follow the links for a pair of messages from Associate Dean of Academic Advising, Christy Buchanan – Part I || Part II

 

Deadlines: A list of important dates and deadlines such as the last day to add a course can be found on the Academic Calendar. Please be mindful of these dates as the semester progresses.

Follow us on Facebook! The Academic Advising Facebook page is the best way to stay informed on new course offerings, changes in University policies, and interesting and important campus events. Find us at facebook.com/wfu.oaa.

Spring 2015 – Open Course Report – 11/20

by November 20, 2014

The most recent open course report is now available. It is accurate as of Thursday, November 20, 2:11pm. All courses with availability are listed. The full report can be downloaded at the following link: 11_20_2014_Open-Course-Report As this report is in .xlsx format, it is fully sortable. The default sorting pattern Read more »

Pre-Health Group Advising Sessions for Spring 2015 Registration

by October 15, 2014

(All sessions will be conducted by Dr. Pat Lord) These Sessions are NOT to replace meeting with lower division or major advisers – only to answer specific questions related to pre-health course work October 23rd – Winston Hall Room 126 6-7 pm – Current sophomores 7-8 pm – Current juniors Read more »

Women & Gender Studies (WGS) Course Openings

by August 27, 2014

The following Fall 2014 courses in the Women and Gender Studies (WGS) Department all currently have spaces available: WGS 321F / 621FG Gender, Sickness and Health (Has openings – Fall 2014)  (3 hr) Professor Kristina Gupta, Monday/Friday, 11:00am – 12:15pm, Tribble A4. This course will examine the intersections of gender, Read more »

Fall 2014 – Open Course Report – Wednesday, 8/27

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The most recent open course report is now available. It is accurate as of Wednesday, August 27, 2:48pm. All courses with availability are listed. The full report can be downloaded at the following link: 8_27_2014_Open-Course-Report As this report is in .xlsx format, it is fully sortable. The default sorting pattern Read more »

DEAN BUCHANAN’S “TOP TEN” LIST OF THINGS THAT ACADEMICALLY SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DO

by August 25, 2014

1.  Attend class 2.  Get to know their professors 3.  Communicate … respectfully…and face-to-face (not just by email) For some of you, this semester will be the first time you get critical feedback or an unpleasant grade.  Do not hide!  Get yourself in to see your professor.  Your professor Read more »

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