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Making of a Demon Deacon ceremony on Hearn Plaza, Fall 2017.

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A Video Message for Students: Follow the links for messages from Senior Associate Dean for Academic Advising, 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 Associate Dean of Academic Advising, Dr. Christy Buchanan, to have an academically successful semester.

Page Acree Scholarship Information

by January 21, 2014

This scholarship is open to all science majors who are considering medical school. Preferential funding is for current Juniors and Seniors. This an amazing opportunity to fund extra studies in the humanities. Many years ago, Page Acree, a Wake alumni established a fund to enable pre-med science majors Read more »

New Fall 2013-Second Half Courses

by October 8, 2013

DCE 122: Special Topics in Dance: Yoga; 1.5 credits; 9:30-10:45am – Instructor: Amy Love Beasley; Location: SFAC D101 (CRN 91005) DCE 122: Special Topics in Dance: Ballet Fundamentals and Stretching – 1.5 credits; 9:30-10:45am; Instructor Christopher Martin (CRN 91006) LIB 100: Accessing Information in the 21st Century – 1.5 credits; Read more »

Group Advising Meetings for Pre-Health Professions Students

by October 7, 2013

Not long after fall break, it will be time to start planning and registering for Spring 2014 classes. Dr. Lord has planned some times to meet with students in groups since she cannot meet with everyone individually. These meetings DO NOT replace meetings with major advisers or lower division advisers. Read more »

Fall 2013 – Second Part-of-Term Course Listing

by October 1, 2013

The following PDF file details all of the courses that will begin on or after October 21, 2013. Enrollment for many of these courses has already started. For the latest course enrollment numbers, please consult the Course Registration system found in WIN. (Please note, some of these courses may be Read more »


by August 26, 2013

1. Attend class 2. Get to know their professors 3. Communicate well & respectfully 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 is not disappointed in Read more »