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Campus Visit

Reservations required

Schedule a campus visit and learn more about places to stay and places to visit.

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Discovery Days

Reservations required

Monday, October 12 and Wednesday, November 11
The half-day program begins with an in-depth admissions information session, proceeds to a simulated class with a real faculty member and concludes with a campus tour led by one of our current students. Questions are encouraged. Answers are promised.

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VIP Wake Forest

Multiple Locations – Reservations required

You and your family are invited to attend a VIP event hosted in your area.  The program provides prospective minority students and families an opportunity to discover various aspects and perspectives of Wake Forest, from recruitment to graduation.  You will explore our dynamic cultural community, diverse academic opportunities, and hear from area alumni and Wake Forest parents regarding the benefits of a Wake Forest education. Through VIP, you will begin to picture yourself as a Very Important Part of the Wake Forest community.

Limited spaces available.  Prospective students may participate in VIP by invitation only.

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Conversation with the Dean of Admissions - Inside the Wake Forest Admissions Process

Tuesday, October 13
Join Dean Martha Blevins Allman for a candid look at college admissions with a Wake Forest focus. A twilight tour of campus will be included in the evening.

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IB Open House

Friday, October 23
High school juniors and seniors 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.

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Near & Far - North Carolina Student Program

Monday, October 26
Prospective students from the Old North State are welcomed in their own open-house day, which includes a simulated classroom experience and campus time with current students, faculty and admissions staff.

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Weather information

Wake Forest University is operating normally. Please check the Wake Alert site or Wake Alert Twitter feed for additional information on weather-related closings.

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