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Family Weekend

October 7-9, 2022

Football tickets are on sale via Athletics. Event registration opened 8/3.

Commencement

May 15, 2023

Details about Commencement Weekend 2023 will be available online in mid-spring 2023.

The Demon Deacon

First-Year Families (P’26)

For first-year families, whose students started at Wake in August 2022. Throughout the fall semester 2022, we will offer special messages about the adjustment to college life that your student is experiencing.

Incoming families

Incoming Families (P’27)

For early-decision families, whose students will begin in fall 2023 with the Class of 2027. Learn more about how to get connected with Wake Forest’s family communications.


Hearn Plaza with Wake Chapel in the background

Prospective Families

Information and resources for families of current high school students who are considering WFU.

Upperclassman families

Upperclass Families

Information and resources for families of current sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Daily Deac
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  • Meet A Deac
    Mondays are for Meet A Deac, and I am happy to be able to introduce you to another one of our fantastic teacher-scholars. Today we […]

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