Wake Forest University
Summer School 2014
Summer planning is now a high priority for many Wake Forest students as well as students visiting from other colleges and universities. The academic summer session at Wake Forest offers a significant opportunity to accrue credits toward graduation on the Reynolda Campus as well as in one of several courses offered abroad.
Why might YOU consider attending one or both summer terms?
- Fewer Courses lead to Enhanced Learning
- Closer Student/Faculty Interactions
- Study Abroad Programs are Available
- Summer Credit Creates New Opportunities
- New Students are Welcomed
- High School Student Opportunities
- Special Courses Are Offered
- Teacher Recertification Offered
- Top Quality Academic Program
“My summers have always been a time for travel and adventures, my chance to take a break from the busy school year. This past summer I was able to combine both the fun of exploring a new place while also being in a school setting by taking Ecology and Resource Management of Northeast Australia, a biology course offered through Wake Forest abroad in Australia, during the summer session…”
– Sarah Poulin