Welcome to the Wake Forest College Office of Academic Advising

Summer 2014 at Wake Forest University

wfusummerNew 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.

Transfer Students: You can find a list of deadlines and forms relevant to you by clicking 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

Summer School: Registration is already underway for the 2014 Summer Session at Wake Forest. Summer courses will begin on May 27th for Summer Session I with Summer Session II courses beginning on July 8th. Summer Session is a great value and provides students with the chance to earn enough credits to graduate early, pursue opportunities during the fall or spring semester to study abroad, or pursue a double major or a particular minor. For more information on the 2014 Summer Session, please visit their website at http://college.wfu.edu/summer.

New History (HST) Fall 2014 Offerings

by April 15, 2014
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History 112 – “Big History” CRN: 91116 Instructor: Alan Williams Days/Time: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:30-10:45am Fulfills Division I and Cultural Diversity Requirements This is not Mom’s or Dad’s history course. If you want to know what you are and where you came from, come along on a 13.8 billion year Read more »

Women & Gender Studies (WGS) Fall 2014 Course Offerings

by April 11, 2014

WGS 320B Social Entrepreneurship (3 hr) NEW COURSE!! Dr. Angéla Kóczé, 2014 Recipient of the Ion Ratiu Democracy Award Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-4:45pm Tribble A-4 This course will explore the theoretical background of women in leadership roles through social entrepreneurship. Throughout the semester, we will study the interlocking systems of gender, race, Read more »

Summer & Fall 2014 Registration Assistance

by March 27, 2014

Round 1 of Registration: March 31st – April 3rd Round 1 ends Sunday, April 6th at 11:59pm Round 2 of Registration: April 7th – April 10th Registration will remain available until mid-June During Rounds 1 and 2 of Fall Registration, the University will be providing various Read more »

Upcoming Pre-Health Professions Events

by March 21, 2014

GROUP ADVISING for those interested in careers in medicine and dentistry This DOES NOT substitute for advising by lower division or major adviser but just to answer course work related questions to prepare for pre-health professions careers. Tuesday March 25th – Winston Hall Room 125 5-6 pm – current first Read more »

New Education Minor: Schools, Education, & Society

by February 24, 2014
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A new minor in Education focused on Schools, Education, & Society is being introduced later this week. The Careers in Education Symposium will highlight this minor as well at the potential career paths associated with it. [Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 4-5:30p - Tribble B216] For more information about the Read more »