When they moved into a women’s residence hall in 1969, Beth Norbrey Hopkins and Deborah Graves McFarlane simply wanted to obtain a good education and weren’t thinking about making history as the first African American women to come to Wake Forest as resident students. But they did.
While applying to college is necessary and a touch stressful, we hope that you are able to find the time in these early days of the new year to clear your head and wander about for a bit. Spend time with family and friends. Go outside! Read a book or two. Get away from all monitors (from handheld to computer to television). We know that your application is important, and we respect that this process means so much to you. That said, it is just one of many vital tasks you will complete over the course of your life. So please, take a deep breath and relax for a while. You’ve earned it.
What follows are some things to keep in mind relating to our process to help (we hope) set you further at ease:
We wish you great luck throughout this process!
It’s a difficult conversation, but, when it comes to college, it’s unavoidable.
College is expensive. So let’s talk about that. Sooner rather than later.
Here’s Associate Director of Financial Aid Tom Benza to explain the 5 “W”s of financial aid.
We hope this is helpful!
We are thinking of you, as your life may have been disrupted by wildfires.
Wake Forest University is committed to community. As yours is enduring this challenge, we want to help however we can.
If you need to receive mailings at a different address, have us adjust a deadline, or simply speak with us one on one, we will unquestionably make that happen.
If you had a previously scheduled interview that you had to cancel because of the wildfires, please reach out to me, and I will work to reschedule it.
Please contact me directly at (336) 758-5694 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With hope for your peace of mind and calm of transition during these difficult times, we send you our best wishes.
Associate Dean of Admissions
Wake Forest University
It’s that time of year — for first visits, second looks, and even last-minute reevaluations of college campuses. Thank goodness Wake Forest University’s Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, Dawn Calhoun, is here to clarify the roles of campus visits and tours in the college decision-making process!
From The Forest is a blog maintained by members of the Undergraduate Admissions Committee at Wake Forest University. We look forward to sharing our thoughts with you.