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A Video Message for Students: Follow the links for messages from Senior Associate Dean for Academic Advising, Dr. Christy Buchanan, about advising resources and the advising system at Wake Forest – Part I || Part II

Dean Buchanan’s “TOP TEN” List of Things that Academically Successful Students Do: Remember these tips from the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Advising, Dr. Christy Buchanan, to have an academically successful semester.

Advising Period: March 19-March 29

by March 13, 2018

ALL first years, sophomores, and undeclared students must meet with your academic adviser during the advising period, which runs Monday March 19 to Thursday, March 29 (March 30 is a holiday). At this meeting, you are encouraged to discuss the current semester, future course selections, and ask any academic questions you may Read more »

Second Part-of-Term Begins March 14th

by March 1, 2018

Second Part-of-Term Key Dates: Start: Wednesday, 3/14 Last Day to Add: Tuesday, 3/20 Last Day to Drop: Monday, 4/2 View your schedule in WIN (not Sakai) to verify you are registered correctly!

Drop Deadline: February 20th

by February 9, 2018

 Be sure to review your schedule, check your grades, and meet with professors to decide if you need to drop a class. Tuesday, February 20th is the last day to drop without grade penalty.

Last Day to Add: January 31st

by January 30, 2018

The final day to add a full semester course is Wednesday, January 31, 2018. The last day to drop a full semester course is Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

Open Course Report – January 24, 2018

by January 24, 2018

Still Searching for a course to add? On the waitlist? Search all courses with open seats for Spring 2018: OpenCourseReport(January 24th, 2018) Currently All classes require POI (Permission of Instructor numbers) to register. Learn this 2-step process from the Registrar’s website. **Refer to your Undergraduate Bulletin for detailed course descriptions.