Beautiful. Friendly. A community. A home.
The best way to experience Wake Forest is to visit its beautiful campus, where magnolia-flanked buildings border well-ordered quadrangles. The chapel, the quad, the library — and of course the students and faculty — create a wonderful sense of community that you will feel the first time you visit.
NOTICE: Please check the Wake Alert site or Wake Alert Twitter feed for weather-related closings. If the Wake Forest Reynolda campus is closed, the Admissions Office will be closed.
Upcoming Admissions Events
Prospective students are encouraged to attend an Admissions event.
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Schedule a campus visit and learn more about places to stay and places to visit.
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April 14, 15, 16, 17
Get in-depth information about the admissions process, meet faculty and students, tour campus, and experience a Wake Forest classroom.
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International Baccalaureate Open House
We invite high school juniors who are pursuing the IB Diploma to visit our campus to learn more about Wake Forest University.
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Group visits are a great way for students to visit a college campus alongside their peers from their school or academic program.
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Schedule a personal interview
Visiting campus? Schedule a personal interview.
If Wake Forest is one of your top choices, and you plan to apply, be sure to schedule a personal interview during your campus visit. These 25-minute interviews with an admissions office representative are evaluative and become a part of your application file. Be prepared for a thoughtful and wide-ranging conversation.
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Wake Forest’s hometown is a culturally rich, mid-size city. Winston-Salem, with a population of 225,000, is located in North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad, one of the state’s most vital metropolitan areas. Throughout its history, Winston-Salem has consistently built resources in the arts, medicine, education and commerce.
From campus, the Blue Ridge Mountains are a two-hour drive and offer opportunities for hiking, cycling, camping, rock-climbing, rafting and skiing. Travel to North Carolina and South Carolina beaches takes about four hours.
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“The curriculum at Wake Forest will prepare a student successfully for his or her future career, but more importantly, it molds a student to become a leader in society and to make a positive impact on others.”
— Glenn Zhao ('09)