Most of us need a job, and Wake Forest will help you achieve that –
(over the last nine years, an average of 96% of our graduates were employed or attending graduate school within six months of graduation) –
but also much more: we’ll help you find a context in which you may do your best work.
Our Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD) does this by
- helping you to go through the college-to-career process for credit with a variety of college-to-career courses.
- offering over 400 career-related events for every student in the college-to-career process, from fairs to information sessions to speakers to workshops and more,
- and providing go-to career opportunities with Career Treks, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New York City, Atlanta, Boston, and more.
Our task is not to supplant your inner voice – your Muse – but to add to it, to make it both proscriptive and inspirational.
Attuning to that voice within, we will help you say “Yes” to your interests.
Learn more about Wake Forest University, a 5,200-undergraduate, test-optional, liberal-arts school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with an 11:1 student- faculty ratio, 45 majors, and 60 minors:
If you haven’t already, please check out our Class of 2026 page available now and recently updated with our optional supplemental essay questions in the “Advice & Guidance” section.
And sign up for our student-led tours and live virtual information sessions.
Finally, please keep an eye out on the Class of 2026 page for our application, which will be available Sunday, August 1!
Consider exploring life’s paths with us.