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Orientation and Move-In

We asked current students to think back to their freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- Coordinate with your roommate on who will bring what.  The in-room refrigerator/microwave is a nice addition. On travel, arrive a couple days early to get acclimated and make sure you’re organized to move […]

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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July 8th Email from WFU Office of Academic Advising: COURSE REGISTRATION INFO

The following message was emailed to all incoming first-year students from the Office of Academic Advising. —————— July 8, 2015 Hello New Students! The time has arrived: Round I of Registration begins Monday. To be ready, be sure that you have: checked your registration time in WIN by clicking “Check Your Holds & Registration Status” […]

Take Advantage of All Wake Has to Offer

We asked current students to think back to their freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- Do something every day that is worthwhile.  Whether that be studying a new spot or getting a meal with someone you may not know all that well, your 4 years will fly by.  […]

Miscellaneous Social Life Advice

We asked current students to think back to their freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- Social Life can be very stressful, especially the first few weeks.  My advice would be this: parties aren’t the only thing to do and you’re not the only one who may not want […]

Having the Right Attitude as You Begin College

We asked current students to think back to their freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- College is great because you don’t have to be the person you were in high school, so give everyone and everything a chance.  Try out different things.  Don’t be scared to try everything […]

Getting Involved on Campus

We asked current students to think back to their freshmen year and what they wish they had known.  Their advice is below. ———————- Go to the Student Involvement Fair at the beginning of the year and sign up for everything that looks interesting. Then try each one out and pick a couple that stand out. Remember […]