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The Streakin' Deacon Admissions Tour

The Wake Forest Admissions Office has swiped the keys to Mother, So Dear’s classic RV – and we’re traveling throughout North Carolina in September. Where will we meet you? Click on a city to register!

September 5 – Greensboro
September 6 – Statesville
September 7 – Asheville
September 18 – Durham
September 19 – Rocky Mount
September 20 – Fayetteville
September 21 – Wilmington

Join Us For Discovery Day

Learn about Wake Forest from current students, professors and admissions officers. Begin the day with an admissions information session, experience the Wake Forest classroom and faculty during a mock lecture, and get the student perspective as you tour our vibrant community.

DATES: Monday, October 9 and Friday, November 10 (twice daily)

IB Open House

High school juniors who are pursuing the IB Diploma are invited to learn more about Wake Forest University during this half day open house. This program showcases our liberal arts focus, academic rigor, faculty/student interaction, undergraduate research, and expansion of global community through international study.

Date: Monday, October 16 from 10am-1pm

Near & Far

Join us for the Near & Far Open House designed for high school students from North Carolina. You will have the opportunity to learn how the university so near to you can take you so far. Members of the Wake Forest community will share details about student life, the admissions process, study abroad, and more!

Date: Monday, October 30 from 9am-12pm

Campus Weather

Check the Wake Alert site or Wake Alert Twitter feed for weather-related closings. If the Reynolda campus is closed, the Admissions Office will be closed.

See the campus WeatherSTEM station for current conditions and a live view of campus from the Miller Athletic Center.

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I will never forget Professor J. Michael Raley. He was always interested in what my life plans were and how I planned on making those plans a reality.