Student Financial Services has sent emails to students who have a financial hold on their account; the text of that email is below. Please ask your student to log into DEAC to check for any unpaid balances (or do it yourself if your student has granted you access). All unpaid balances should be settled as soon as possible to avoid any issues in registration.
In order to give you sufficient time before the start of classes, Student Financial Services wants to make you aware that a registration hold has been placed on your student account due to an outstanding balance. The outstanding balance needs to be resolved in order for the registration hold to be removed. All other holds must be resolved with the office that has placed the hold on your account. You can view all holds on your account via WIN.
For your convenience, you can view and pay your outstanding balance via DEAC. Payments can either be made in person at the Cashier’s window (REY 107), through DEAC or by mail. Student Financial Services is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday. Credit & debit cards are not accepted.
If mailing a check, please make the check payable to Wake Forest University, write the student ID# on the check and mail to:
Wake Forest University
P.O. Box 751425
Charlotte, NC 28275-1425
If you have made payment to your student account within the past few days, then please disregard this e-mail. If you have questions regarding your student account, please do not hesitate to call 336-758-5234 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to assist you.
Wake Forest Student Financial Services
Reynolda Hall, Room 107
For more information on how to contact the Office of Family Engagement, please visit our contact page.
One of the most important ways parents and families can help their students in college is by encouraging them to solve their own problems. Please bookmark or print out this Stop, Drop, and Roll flyer so you have it when your student contacts you with a problem. Also, the flyer lists contact information for urgent and serious concerns where family intervention might be appropriate.
Select information and presentations from Orientation 2016 are available online.