Office of Academic Advising

FAQS & Tools for Success


WFU Graduation on Hearn Plaza

Commencement 2020

Seniors, review Degreeworks with your major/minor advisers. Verify you meet all requirements, required hours, and apply for graduation. More details found here. Congrats!

125 Reynolda Hall - Office of Academic Advising location to request a walk-in appointment or set an academic planning session with an Academic Counselor.

*All appointments will be held remotely until further notice.

Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., students have the opportunity to briefly meet with the first available academic counselor. For more information on how to contact us, visit our contact page.


About OAA

The Wake Forest Office of Academic Advising provides undergraduate students with a caring and safe space for individual academic guidance, accountability, direction to campus resources, long-term course planning, and more. (See full mission statement here.) We also support and provide resources for all advisers (faculty staff, and students).


June Telephone Advising

In June, new students are encouraged to be advised by a member of OAA’s staff. Due to a high volume of calls, we cannot offer multiple phone sessions. Please prepare your questions ahead of time by reviewing Forestry 101 and the New Student Website. For additional inquiries, we ask that you email us at undergraduateadvising@wfu.edu.

Call 336.758.3320

M-F 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

No zppointment necessary

Last Name When to Call
  • H-M
  • A-G
  • N-T
  • U-Z
  • June 6-10
  • June 13-17*
  • June 20-24
  • June 27- July 1
*The University will be closed on Friday, June 17 th in observance of Juneteenth.

Announcements

Fall in the Forest: Module II

Due: Sept 27

Course Withdrawal Period

October 25, 5pm: Deadline to drop with grade of 'W'

Advising Period: Meet with Lower-Division & Major/Minor Advisors

Oct 18-29

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GPA CALCULATOR


GPA Calculator (not for official transcript use)