Near and Far – An Open House for Students from North Carolina
If you are from North Carolina, chances are you have cheered a Demon Deacon sports team on to victory, walked around the Quad, or visited the Z. Smith Reynolds Library (“ZSR” in WFU lingo). You probably think you know Wake Forest. Well, there’s more to discover and we can’t wait to share the Wake Forest experience with you!
Join us on Friday, November 1st for a program designed to show you how the school so close to you can take you so far. We’ll be gathering together members of our community to help you understand our many opportunities – from International Studies to Fine Arts to undergraduate research to campus community to Pro Humanitate and more! Be part of a class simulation and experience the discussion-based learning style from one of our beloved professors. Parents will have the opportunity to learn about the financial aid and merit-based scholarship process. We’ll even take a break and enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with various Wake Foresters.
Wake Forest is a personal, challenging, and supportive learning environment. Through this open house program, you will have the opportunity to discover all of this for yourself. As a Double Deac (Wake Forest undergraduate and graduate school alumna), I am always so excited to share with you, a prospective Wake Forest undergraduate, what Wake Forest means to me. More importantly, I look forward to helping you understand what Wake Forest can be for you and where Wake Forest will take you.
Space is limited, so register today! Please visit our Near and Far webpage for details and registration information.
I look forward to personally welcoming you to campus on November 1st!
Dawn Calhoun ’99, MA ’07
Associate Dean &
Coordinator of North Carolina Admissions