The Office of Academic Advising strives to help students achieve their potential as whole persons. Towards this end, we provide caring and timely individual guidance,connect students with resources, help students form relationships within the Wake Forest community, promote personal responsibility, and encourage an intentional personal journey.
The Writing Center @ Wake Forest University offers students a relaxed and welcoming place to discuss writing and the writing process with trained peer tutors. The Center is staffed by friendly and knowledgeable Wake Forest undergraduate and graduate students who act as an audience for students’ writing; they work by asking questions to help students discover what they want to say and determine whether they have effectively communicated what they intended to say. Because everyone writes differently, we tailor our help to meet each student’s needs.
The Math Center offers one-on-one peer Math tutoring for Wake Forest University students. Students may sign-up for a reserved appointment by following the link above. Students who do not have a reserved appointment are welcome to drop-in during Math Center hours. If a tutor is available, we will be glad to help you.
From the jungles of Vietnam and the plains of Africa to the ancient ruins of Greece and the galleries of Paris, more than 60 percent of Wake Forest undergraduates study abroad. More than 400 options are available through University-administered and affiliate programs in more than 200 cities and 70 countries worldwide.
The Learning Assistance Center offers tutoring services for students who wish to improve their knowledge of course content. Peer tutors are chosen based upon personal interviews, faculty recommendations, and grades.
The Teaching and Learning Center is a resource for Wake Forest faculty at all stages of their careers. It hosts events designed to bring together faculty and other professionals to share expertise, explore innovations, and meet the challenges of teaching in and across disciplines and Schools.