Learn about advising opportunities available to all Wake Forest students.
View undergraduate course descriptions and curricular requirements as well as course and program policies.
Find the important academic dates and deadlines for the university on the Academic Services calendar.
Wake Forest proudly competes in the ACC (NCAA Division I). Show your school spirit by cheering on your Demon Deacons!
Purchase your textbooks and course materials. Visit one of our University Stores to buy Deacon apparel and gear.
Find contact info for Wake Forest academic and administrative offices, or use our Who to Contact for page.
Learn more about the co-curricular activities and ways to get involved as a student at Wake Forest.
Locate academic and administrative buildings, places to eat, residence halls, and more on our campus map.
Your safety is our number one priority. The Wake Forest University Police Department is committed to providing a safe and secure campus environment.
Wake Forest is committed to providing a vast network of support services and centers designed to guide students throughout their time here.
The Office of Personal & Career Development provides students with a number of resources, including career coaching, workshops, and much more.
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Information on where to eat, meal plans, and menus for on-campus dining facilities.
Learn about Wake Forest’s disability resources, accommodations, and services offered to support students with disabilities.
Student Financial Services manages all Wake Forest student accounts, including tuition, housing and other University-related fees.
Wake Forest requires documentation of certain immunization for students attending college.
Z. Smith Reynolds Library, fondly referred to as ZSR, is the main library on campus and provides a host of services to help you succeed.
Mail Services provides incoming and outgoing mail and shipping operations for the University community.
Whether you know exactly what you want to study or haven’t quite settled on anything yet, we offer 45 majors and 60 minors.
Supporting and advocating for students from underrepresented and minority populations.
Information on where to park, registering your vehicle, campus shuttles, and other transportation options.
The Office of the University Registrar manages registration for classes, keeps the academic records for the University and oversees the security and privacy of those records.
The Office of Residence Life and Housing partners with students in their journey to create a home at Wake Forest.
Information about the financial aid process as well as important information that will help you learn how to make informed financial decisions.
Promoting and maintaining the health of our students with a comprehensive approach involving health education, health maintenance, and more.
There are many reasons to spend a semester or summer abroad, but the goals you make and what you get out of the experience ultimately lies with you.
A glossary of terms to help undergraduate students and families understand some of the basic college terminology.