Let’s Connect!

A liberal-arts education is about freedom. And we want to offer you the freedom to choose a number—or all!—of our online and in-person information sessions, featuring voices from throughout Wake Forest’s campus. Please take a look below for more information on our offerings.


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Connect Virtually

Our live virtual information sessions will help you understand how you may actualize your potential at Wake Forest.

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Watch Online

With our information-session video, we offer insiders’ looks at Wake Forest University, where we demystify our argot and our approach. We hope you’ll join us!

In-Person Presentation

On-Campus

Hear from an Admissions representative and get a comprehensive overview of Wake Forest, the Deacon details of our admissions process, and personal Wake Forest stories.

Distinctively Wake

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We want to have a conversation with you.

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.

Each session will last approximately 45 minutes.


Wake Forest’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is dedicated to accessibility in our campus-visit experiences. If you need assistance with accessibility or have accessibility questions, please contact Dawn Calhoun at admissions@wfu.edu or 336.758.5201 at least three working days in advance of your visit. Thank you!

Upcoming Distinctively Wake Dates
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Wednesday, Feb. 144 p.m. ET
Thursday, Feb. 297 p.m. ET
Tuesday, March 57 p.m. ET
Thursday, March 214 p.m. ET
Tuesday, March 267 p.m. ET

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. Dean of Admissions Karen Vargas and Associate Dean of Admissions Thomas Ray, along with a host of administrators from throughout Wake Forest’s campus, are here with a veritable factstravaganza—to give you the answers you need.

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Choose your own chapter.

Don’t have time to watch it all in one sitting? Do you prefer to view specific topics instead? No problem! Below, choose the chapter(s) in which you’re interested.