Live Virtual Information Sessions

Meet Us Online

Wake Forest continues to build connections, share ideas, and foster communication. Toward that end, we’re offering new opportunities – Distinctively Wake, Dean’s Corner, and The International Hour – to connect with you, and we hope you’ll join us in the dialogue.


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Distinctively Wake

Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. (ET)
October: Tuesdays at 4 p.m. (ET) & Thursdays at 7 p.m. (ET)

Our live online session is a conversation where you can engage with Wake Forest University admissions representatives and a current student. We’ll share what makes Wake Forest distinctive, tell you about the application process, and give you the opportunity to ask us questions through the chat feature.

We want to have a conversation with you.

Each session will last approximately 30 minutes.

If you need accommodations for an event, please contact Dawn Calhoun at calhoude@nullwfu.edu or 336.758.5177 five business days in advance.


Karen Vargas, Dean of Admissions

Dean’s Corner

Wednesdays, 4 p.m. (ET)

There’s no question you have questions. We have the answers. Dean’s Corner is hosted by the Dean of Admissions, Karen Vargas, who will address a topic of the week. You’ll be able to submit your question for the topic of the week when you register, we’ll answer them for you, and take questions live through the chat feature.

Each session will last approximately 30 minutes.


Date Dean’s Corner Topic
October 7 The Engaged Liberal Arts
Special Guest: Michele Gillespie, Dean of the College
October 14 Early Decision vs Regular Decision
October 21 Scholarships
Special Guest: Paul Gauthier, Associate Dean of Admissions

If you need accommodations for an event, please contact Dawn Calhoun at calhoude@nullwfu.edu or 336.758.5177 five business days in advance.


International students

The International Hour

Thursdays, 8 a.m. (ET)

If you’re a student from outside the United States, please consider joining us to discuss any questions you might have with Niki McInteer, our Associate Dean of Admissions who works specifically with international applicants. This session is not a structured presentation. Instead, we’re hoping that you will come ready to engage with the Office of Admissions to learn more about Wake Forest from an international perspective.

If you have specific questions about applying as an applicant from abroad, this is the space to find answers.

Register for The International Hour


For Your Information…

Curiosity can’t be contained in a Welcome Center, so we’ve brought insider knowledge of Wake Forest to this virtual space. Our admissions counselor Lando Pieroni is here with a veritable factstravaganza – to give you the answers you need.


What’s Next?

At Wake Forest University, we value initiative. We’re excited to offer you this page to point you to what’s next – as a way for you to start planning ahead.

Information for H.S. Seniors (Class of 2025)

Where to Start

Let’s start with your getting to know us – and our getting to know you. Through application questions and optional personal interviews, we’ll want to know about your talents and accomplishments, your thoughts and ideas, your motivations.

Key Dates to Remember

WHAT WHEN
Webcam Interviews May – November
Live Virtual Information Sessions Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Early Decision I Deadline: November 15
Merit-Based Scholarship Deadline: December 1
Early Decision II Deadline: January 1
Regular Decision Deadline: January 1