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The Learning Assistance Center and Disability Assistance offers individual and group tutoring services. Peer tutors are chosen based upon personal interviews, faculty recommendations, and grades. Tutoring at LAC-DS is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA), and all tutors must successfully complete training towards certification by the CRLA.
Provides study skills training and counseling. Students can learn to read critically, take notes effectively, manage their time, improve their motivation, increase their reading speed, and prepare for tests. Students with a wide range of learning and other documented disabilities may also receive academic support, training, and advocacy through the Learning Assistance Center.
Provides assistance in learning chemical concepts, problem-solving strategies, and answering general questions. The Chemistry Center will provide students with additional learning resources and limited help using digital homework platforms. Instructors are both graduate students and undergraduate students who are majoring in chemistry.
The primary focus is to provide assistance in CSC 111, CSC 112, and CSC 221. No appointment is necessary, so drop by to ask questions, work on assignments, and meet your classmates.
Offers one-on-one peer math tutoring for WFU students.
This office provides students with study abroad opportunities, international minors and international service opportunities. GPS is also a valuable resource for international students regarding immigration matters, Visa status and social and academic transitional issues.
Guides and inspires WFU students to take charge of their personal and career development from their initial days on campus. By creating a supportive “college-to-career” community of faculty, parents and advisers, the office equips students to lead lives with purpose.
Creates learning opportunities for both in and out of the classroom which foster both academic excellence and personal development of life skills. They provide training, program development, and advising to students in the areas of leadership, student organizations, service learning, and volunteer services.
Be involved and explore extracurricular activities. The Link (hosts all campus clubs and organizations), mentoring programs, student organizations, and leadership initiatives can be found here.
Offers students a relaxed and welcoming place to discuss writing and the writing process with trained peer tutors. The Center is staffed by friendly and knowledgeable Wake Forest undergraduate and graduate students who act as an audience for students’ writing.
Supports instruction and research at the undergraduate level and in the graduate accounting program, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Divinity. Easily accessible from the residence halls and classroom buildings, the library offers abundant study space for both individuals and groups. The entire library is equipped for wireless internet access.
Provides a broad range of psychological, counseling and educational services to deal with personal, interpersonal, vocational and academic issues. The Counseling Center also provides outreach programs and consultation services to students, faculty and staff; classroom teaching; and training for graduate students in counseling.
The mission of the Student Health Service is to promote and maintain the health of students attending the University by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning.
WFU CHOICES (Cultivating Healthier Opinions In Challenging Everyday Situations) is the Wake Forest University substance abuse prevention, education, and intervention program. Services offered include, alcohol and other drug workshops and educational programs, individual assessment and counseling as it relates to alcohol and other drug misuse, referrals to community support services, and support for students in recovery.
Strives to foster an inclusive and welcoming campus environment marked by an appreciation of diversity. Toward this end, they work to recruit and retain students of color, and engage members of the University community in meaningful cross cultural interactions.
Provides support and advocacy to Wake Forest University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students, and faculty and staff. We also provide education to the entire campus community about issues of gender identity and sexual orientation. The Center is a welcoming, safe place for students to discuss issues and to find support.
The Women’s Center provides a lounge for students to hang out, do homework, and learn together about important issues of gender equity. The Center also hosts events and workshops, and provides mentoring, to help students build life skills and consider future career paths.
Encourages students, faculty, administrators, and staff to “explore the spiritual dimensions to human existence in ways that prompt examination of self and perceptions of the world.”
The SAFE Office provides counseling to students 24/7 year round. This office is completely confidential and provides support in areas ranging from sexual assault to adjusting to the social scene of college. In addition, PREPARE (Policy Group on Rape Education, Prevention and Response) is made up of approximately 60 undergraduate students from across campus who are dedicated to promoting healthy relationships and sexual assault prevention at Wake Forest.
Important information for students who may be victims of sexual misconduct: If you or someone you know may have been a victim of sexual assault or any other type of sexual misconduct prohibited under the Wake Forest University Sexual Misconduct Policy, you are strongly encouraged to seek immediate assistance. Assistance can be obtained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the Safe Office, 336.758.5285.