Applications may be submitted online or via mail. Early Decision applications are accepted on a rolling basis up until November 15. Early Decision II and Regular Decision applications must be submitted by January 1.
You can choose to apply online or by mail. Information for both options is provided below.
There are four options available for applying online:
- Freshmen (domestic and international) applicants
- Transfer applicants
- Freshmen (domestic and international) applicants only
- Freshmen (domestic) applicants only
Print the entire application and return by mail to:
P.O. Box 7305
Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7305
The following forms are included in the Undergraduate Admissions Application, but may be accessed individually below. All forms are in PDF format.
- Secondary School Report (For freshman applicants only)
- Mid-Year School Report Form (For reporting mid-year senior grades)
- Teacher Recommendation Form (For freshman applicants only)
- Early Decision Agreement (Only for those students applying Early Decision to Wake Forest)
- Dean’s Statement (For transfer students only)
- Confidential Financial Information for International Applicants (For international applicants only)
Admission of Students with Disabilities
Wake Forest College will consider the application of any qualified student, regardless of disability, on the basis of the selection criteria established by the University which include personal and academic merit. Upon matriculation, all students will be required to meet the same standards for graduation. The University endeavors to provide facilities which are in compliance with all laws and regulations regarding access for individuals with disabilities. Additionally, special services are available to reasonably accommodate students with disabilities. For more information on assistance for undergraduate students, see the Disability Services Web site.
Security and Fire Safety Information
Wake Forest University is committed to assisting all members of the Wake Forest community in providing for their own safety and security. Information on drug or alcohol-abuse programs required by section 120(a) through (d) of HEA can be found here. Information regarding campus security, personal safety and fire safety—including topics such as crime prevention, university police law-enforcement authority, crime-reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three-year period, and disciplinary procedures is available on Police and Safety’s Annual Crime and Fire Report. To request a booklet containing this information, contact the University Police Department at 336.758.4566.