July 27 Email to Transfer Students

August is almost here and Move-In Day is less than one month away! Consider this email your friendly reminder of August 1 deadlines, along with some important information about housing assignments, parking, and using post office services.  

Registration: You all have received outreach via phone/email (please check your Wake Forest student email account)  from one of our Academic Counselors regarding your Fall 2017 course registration. If you have not responded to this outreach, please do so as soon as possible so that we can work with you on developing a schedule. For those of you that have already been in contact with one of our Academic Counselors, please keep in mind that you will be able to make adjustments to your Fall 2017 schedule during New Deac Week, as course availability allows, after you have met with your assigned Academic Adviser.

Due by August 1:

Due by August 12:

  • Check WIN for Financial Holds
  • Sign Student Technology Agreement
    • Complete in WIN >Personal >WFU Agreements >Information Systems’ Digital Agreements >Student Technology Agreement
    • Further instructions can be found, here.

Due by August 18:

The full New Deac Week 2017 schedule is available at go.wfu.edu/newdeacweek.

Immunization Forms (past due): If you have not yet submitted the required Health Information and Immunization Form, you must work to complete this requirement immediately as it was due by July 1.   The form can be downloaded at shs.wfu.edu/forms.    Either scan and email your completed form and documentation to shs@nullwfu.edu or mail it to the address listed on the form.

First Year Housing Assignments: First year student assignments are being made this week.  All first year assignments currently in the system are tentative and subject to change until assignments are released on Monday, July 31.

Parking:  As noted above, on August 1, you can begin registering vehicles for parking.  For more information, visit: parking.wfu.edu/20172018-student-parking-information and consult the following document.

WFU Post Office:

Making this your home away from home also means having a new place to collect your mail.  Take a few moments to review the following details as you prepare to make your transition to campus!

On-Campus Orientation:  Special Dietary Needs?

Wake Forest Dining is committed to providing a safe and comfortable dining experience for all students and their guests. Should you have special dietary needs or concerns during New Deac Week activities, please contact Nutrition Director, Brooke Orr, to discuss options for the family breakfast and other such events. She can be reached on campus at (336) 758-6410. 

Please note that you can find previous emails sent to transfer students here.

Remember that you can find helpful information on the New Student Website, in the WFU Orientation app, and in Forestry 101, regarding deadlines and instructions that will prepare you for your transition to Wake Forest. Keep in mind that not all information will be relevant to transfer students. Please feel welcome to contact Academic Advising again should you have additional questions or concerns. We look forward to welcoming you to campus this August!

All the best,

Dean Buchanan & Associate Director James