During the University’s COVID-19 response – see coronavirus site – the Office of Academic Advising will offer all services, planning appointments, and academic consultation via email, phone, Google Hangouts, and other remote means.
For all academic inquiries, virtual appointments, and requests please call 336.758.3320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carefully review this page for important academic information, resources, and FAQs. We encourage you to continue to utilize our website by accessing the tabs above.
Advising and Registration for Fall 2020
Advising period and major/minor registration will occur March 16 – April 3.
Lower-division and major/minor advisers will communicate with students digitally to discuss upcoming courses and review current academic progress. Whether via email, Webex, or Google Hangouts, students and advisers should review Degreeworks and discuss course selection prior to the distribution of a PIN for registration. View the Undergraduate Bulletin and our major exploration page to accommodate student absence from campus.
Rounds of registration will occur April 6-12 (Round I) and April 13-19 (Round II). New Times: 9:00 a.m. – 1:oo p.m. EST *View your assigned time in WIN>Virtual Campus>Check your Holds and Registration Status.
Students will need to obtain their registration PIN from their adviser, and register as normal through WIN.
Summer Registration will begin April 6.
Visit: https://registrar.wfu.edu/ for more details.
*Note: Students should be aware that WFU academic regulations apply to remotely delivered courses just as they do to standard courses. Faculty and students can find additional advising resources using our “Planning” tab above.
For full details, carefully read this memo from the Dean of the College sent to all undergraduate students on 10.22.2020. The final date to elect pass/fail is April 17, 2020.
The course withdrawal deadline has been moved to Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5pm.
In lieu of in-person signatures, students wishing to request a course withdrawal (and will remain full-time) must do so by contacting their faculty member and academic adviser. Once the student has received confirmation from both parties (faculty may wish to have more of a discussion with students), the student must then email email@example.com with forwarded email receipts from both their adviser and course instructor.
Fall 2020 Study Abroad Announcement:
View announcement from David Taylor, Assistant Dean for Global Study Away
All Spring 2020 WFU-sponsored semester Study Abroad programs (classes and activities) have been canceled, and the remainder of the term will be completed remotely. These returning students will not be able to live on campus until they have successfully completed a 14-day isolation. Additional details can be found here. As for students in non-WFU abroad programs, a special communication has been sent to them. Details for those in Wake Forest programs that meet in other U.S. cities — including Wake Washington and Wake West — will be forthcoming.
Canvas is a centralized platform for online instruction: posting of course materials and assignments, submission of work, and participation in group discussion.
Please remember, all WFU faculty, students, and staff have access to 24/7 live chat within Canvas and a WFU-dedicated support line, 833-383-5792, if you have any questions.
As learning resumes remotely, please view Wake’s Keep Learning site for the most current support services and student resources.
For students who are ill or quarantined, first seek urgent care by contacting your primary care physician and/or emergency services and follow the guidance from your local health department and the CDC. It is then required that you contact your professors as soon as able and follow protocol as explained on our medical emergencies page.
Students needing to exit the university for any medical concern should view our polices on leaving and returning and contact our office by phone at 336.758.3320 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.