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From the Forest

We Have Some Questions for You.

List five books you’ve read that have intrigued you. Explain how a text you’ve read – fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or literature of any kind – has helped you to understand the world’s complexity (limit: 150 words). What piques your intellectual curiosity, and why (limit: 150 words)? Give us your Top Ten list. (The choice of […]


Wake the World!

Our Forest is populated by more than 100 species of trees and more than 100 species of birds. More importantly, it is infused, invigorated, and enhanced by the experiences, scholarship, and cultural traditions of an entire planet. One of every 10 Wake Forest undergraduates in 2021-22 came to the University from another country, but that’s only […]


Your WFU Invitation!

We invite you to experience Wake Forest University – a 5,400-undergraduate, test-optional, liberal-arts school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with an 11:1 student-faculty ratio, 45 majors, and 60 minors – through an in-person tour. You will learn more about all that our university offers, through an hour-long walking tour with a student guide. Pandemic-related health restrictions mean […]


Interdisciplinary You!

Dance overheard Math’s ideas from across a crowded curriculum. They came from two different worlds, yet in that moment a collaboration previously deemed impossible suddenly felt like the only way to change the status quo. 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 […]


College Admissions Advice for NC Students

Wake Forest University is proud to call North Carolina home, and we want to make sure that North Carolina high school students have the resources you need for a successful college application. We would like to invite you to a series of virtual sessions hosted by WFU admissions representatives to give you valuable advice and […]

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For Your Information…

Curiosity can’t be contained in a Welcome Center, so we’ve brought insider knowledge of Wake Forest University (located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina) to this virtual space! Dean of Admissions Karen Vargas and Assistant Dean of Admissions Thomas Ray – along with a host of administrators from throughout Wake Forest’s campus – are here with a […]


We Mind Your Business!

Wake Forest University is a 5,200-undergraduate, liberal-arts, test-optional school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with an 11:1 student-faculty ratio and more than 45 majors and 60 minors. And our undergraduate business program in the School of Business is ranked Number 13 nationally in 2021 by Poets and Quants, a leading business-school publication. What makes our undergraduate business program great? Well, […]


We Find You Engaging.

The Engaged Liberal Arts is the cross-section where classroom concepts meet real-world experience, and it’s the heart of our mission at Wake Forest University. Through our Engaged Liberal Arts philosophy, we invite students to explore themselves and their world, as global citizens committed to discovering their passions and talents, and leading lives in keeping with […]


YOU-REKA!/Info Sessions Available!

Undergraduate research is a major focus of 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. Through our Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Center, we help students find professors, and vice-versa, to explore shared areas of interest, alert them to funding […]

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Wake Forest Waitlist Webinar

We know that the waitlist is a strange place to be, so we would like to help you understand the Wake Forest waitlist process. Please join us on Wednesday, April 7, at 6:00 p.m. ET for the Wake Forest Waitlist Webinar. Associate Dean Kevin Pittard will explain the ins and outs of how our waitlist […]

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