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Orientation and Move-In

We asked parents of rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to think back to their student’s freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————-   Packing: Less is more.  For girls, a lot less is a lot more. Do the Pack and Hold from Bed, Bath and Beyond! Scan at […]

On-Campus Orientation Programming

Move-In Curb-side Assistance Take a load off and unload your belongings at the curb. Wake Forest student athletes and others will be available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Move-In Day to assist you. University Stores are comprised of four separate retail locations and operations. The Bookstore is located on Hearn Plaza on the […]

Pre-Orientation Programs

BUILD: Building University Inclusion through Leadership and Diversity        Dates: August 15-16        Cost: FREE        Application: Rolling  – Please use your new WFU email to fill out the application ** This program is FREE and open to students participating in any of the other Pre-Orientation Programs** Are you interested in […]

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Air Travel/Ground Travel

We asked parents of rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to think back to their student’s freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- Greensboro airport is very, very user friendly, and very close to campus. We’ve found the ease and time saved well worth the extra cost compared to […]

How to Find Ways to Get Involved

We asked parents of rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to think back to their student’s freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- The first few weeks will be teeming with activities. Wake is a very social college. For freshmen it’s easy, that’s all you do is meet people. […]

Student-Faculty Engagement

We asked parents of rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to think back to their student’s freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- The professors/instructors are engaged with the students; they really want the students to learn and grow, not just take exams.  I believe these educators are truly […]

Advice for New Parents by Current Parents

We asked parents of rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to think back to their student’s freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  The links below provide their advice; items have been grouped thematically.  Click the links below to visit the page(s) of your choice. Academics advice Rigor of classes Course selection/registration Seeking help […]

June 26th Email from WFU Office of Academic Advising

The following email was sent on June 26th to all new students from the Office of Academic Advising. ————- Dear Incoming WFU Student: Hello! I hope you are enjoying your summer!  This is your next email installment from the Office of Academic Advising to keep you informed and remind you of a few upcoming deadlines.  You’re […]

May 27 Email to Students

May 27, 2015 Dear New Wake Forest Student, I hope this email finds you well, and enjoying the final days of your high school careers or early days of summer!  We trust you have received your copy of Forestry 101 and are enjoying browsing its contents!  Remember that the information in Forestry 101 is also […]