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

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 important campus events. Find us at facebook.com/wfu.oaa.

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.

Class of 2021: Check Your Email for the Writing Course Survey

by June 16, 2017

New students received the Writing Course Survey (Part I) today via email. If you are an incoming student, we encourage you to check your email for your personal survey link. The Writing Course Survey (Part I) will introduce you to Living Learning Communities (LLCs) and give you the opportunity to express interest in Read more »

Class of 2021: Learn about Living Learning Communities

by June 6, 2017

We encourage new students to explore academic opportunities available to them at Wake Forest! One of those opportunities includes participating in a WFU Living Learning Community. For more information about Fall 2017 Living Learning Community courses, see our page on Living Learning Communities (advising.wfu.edu/learning_communities).

New Student Website

by May 1, 2017

The New Student Website became available on May 1, 2017. The website can be found here: http://newstudents.wfu.edu/  

Fall 2017 Open Course Report (4/12/2017)

by April 12, 2017

Read through the attached open course report to find an available Fall 2017 course. This report is accurate as of 2:00 p.m. on April 12, 2017. The full report can be downloaded as excel file here: Open Classes Report (4_12_2017).

Upcoming Deadline to Change a Pass/Fail Class to Graded

by April 4, 2017

The last day to change a course from pass/fail to graded is this Friday (April 7). The form to change grade mode is available in the Registrar’s Office and can be found here. This form requires approval from the course instructor and the student’s adviser.

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