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2023 date TBD
The date will likely be announced in late Jan.-early Feb. (following release of the football schedule)
May 15, 2023
Details about Commencement Weekend 2023 will be available online in mid-spring 2023.
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 (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.
Information and resources for families of current high school students who are considering WFU.
Information and resources for families of current sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
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University offices will be closed Thursday and Friday (Nov. 24-25) for the Thanksgiving holiday. If your Deac is staying on campus, here are a few key things of which to be aware…
This message is an update to the campus safety advisory sent this morning related to incidents involving an Uber driver. Wake Forest has extended the hours of service for the on-call shuttle for students. For Saturday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 20, the service will run from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. To request a ride, call 336.283.1091….
Winston-Salem Police temporarily detained and questioned an Uber driver after two Wake Forest students reported being harassed in separate off-campus incidents. A Wake Forest student reported that the driver solicited sex from her and exposed himself to her at about 3:30 a.m. As the incident was being investigated, a second student reported an incident…
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