The Office of Academic Advising seeks to provide a comprehensive system for monitoring student progress. Academic advisors help students with course selection, work with students and faculty to resolve attendance and behavioral problems and monitor midterm and final grade reports and degree evaluations.
The Wake Forest Admissions office provides prospective students with resources, including showcasing what Wake Forest has to offer, information on planning campus visits and tools to help navigate the application process.
The Office of Personal and Career Development assists students in their preparation for life after graduation by helping them with career selection, self discovery, writing resumes, interview skills, internship opportunities and more.
The Intercultural Center develops and implements programming which fosters the academic and personal development of the university’s ethnic minority population.
The Center for Global Programs and Studies is committed to the internationalization of Wake Forest University. Contact them with any questions about study abroad programs.
Learning Assistance Center
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) provides study skills training and counseling. Students can learn to read critically, take notes effectively, manage their time, improve their motivation, increase their reading speed, and prepare for tests.
Wake Forest University has multiple libraries to serve undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and the community.
Mentoring Resource Center
The Mentoring Resource Center provides standards, training, support, tracking, recognition, and inspiration for mentoring across the entire Wake Forest campus, both for formal mentoring programs and for informal mentoring relationships.
The Undergraduate Bulletin includes course, faculty, and administration listings and other information pertinent to undergraduates.
University Counseling Center
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Center (URECA)
The URECA Center was established to promote undergraduate research and creative activity across Wake Forest College.
The primary purpose of the Writing Center at Wake Forest is to offer students a place where they can discuss their writing and writing processes with trained tutors.