Your one-stop resource for all things you need to know about beginning your graduate studies at Wake Forest University: student health forms, financial aid, parking, and more.
Important information and dates for the academic year ahead.
A helpful guide to get you registered for your first semester of classes! Registration for incoming students begin Monday, July 22 at 9:00 a.m. and continues through Wednesday, July 24 at 7:00 p.m. Questions? Contact the Office of Academic Affairs at email@example.com.
Important information about the work-study application process and available jobs.
Finding a faith community to join during your journey at the School of Divinity is important, not only for support, but for spiritual growth and community involvement.
A guide with information about apartment complexes current students suggest for housing, as well as other resources that will be useful as you consider where to live in Winston-Salem.
Use this page to connect with future classmates. Let the conversations roll!
Login and check your Wake Forest Google account.
WIN is your online resource for academics and financial aid. You can see your class schedule, register for courses (during your designated time), view your student financial account, pay tuition, and more.
Ride the Wake, Wake Forest University’s free shuttle system, can help you get to where you need to be. View the schedule and where it stops online.
Information on The Winston Salem Transit Authority (WTSA) bus service and schedule.
Information on biking around Winston-Salem. It is also good to note that WSTA busses have racks for bikes that you can use at no charge beyond your fare.
All you need to know about Wake Forest University’s traditions and historical highlights (including how our mascot came to be the Demon Deacon and why we roll our quad after a big win).