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Discovery Day

Hear information about student life and the admissions process, tour the campus, and interact with Wake Forest professors in a simulated classroom experience. Discovery Day will take place at 8:30am and 2:30pm on October 10 and at 8:30am and 2:30pm on November 11. Click on the times for registration information – space is limited.

IB Open House

High school juniors and seniors who are pursuing the IB Diploma are invited to learn more about Wake Forest University during our IB Open House on Monday, October 17 from 9:30am until 1:30pm. Registration is limited.

Conversation With The Dean of Admissions

Inside the Wake Forest Admissions Process – join Dean Martha Blevins Allman for a candid look at college admissions with a Wake Forest focus. Our event at the Wake Forest Charlotte Center will take place on October 20 at 6:00pm. The event here on campus will take place on October 25 at 5:30pm and will include a twilight tour. Click on the date and times for registration information – space is limited.

Near And Far Open House

For North Carolina residents only, we welcome prospective students and families to learn more about our academic community and the admissions process at our Near and Far Open House on Monday, October 31 at 1:00pm. Registration is limited.

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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