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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.

February in Farrell for First-Year Students!

by February 1, 2016

The Office of Academic Advising is sharing the message below on the behalf of Ms. Sharon Payne in the School of Business.  Students who are interested in the School of Business should make sure the dates below are on their calendars. February in Farrell for First-Year Students! Please Read more »

Graduate School Test Prep Options

by January 28, 2016
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The Test Prep Academy at Winston Salem State University is open to the public and prepares students for the most critical national exams. If you are looking for an cost-efficient, local alternative to larger test prep providers, WSSU’s Test Prep Academy may be what you are looking for. The Read more »

Reminder re: Pass / Fail courses

by January 19, 2016

In response to student government appeals, the College Faculty approved the following policy regarding Pass/Fail courses: Second, third, and fourth year students may now change from graded mode to pass/fail until the last day to drop but can change back to standard letter grade up until the twelfth Friday of Read more »

ATTN: May 2016 Graduation Candidates

by January 15, 2016

At this early time in the semester, it is extremely important that you review your DegreeWorks as soon as possible. For you to be eligible to graduate in May, each requirement block and individual course requirement should have either a green check mark (completed courses) or a blue line (currently Read more »

Fall 2015 – Last Day to Drop A Full Term Course – 9/29

by September 25, 2015

The last day to drop a full-term course for the Fall 2015 semester will be Tuesday, September 29th. For information on how to drop a course via WIN, please consult the following website: http://registrar.wfu.edu/registration-2/how-to/