Special Add/Drop Period for Fall 2020

This message was sent to continuing students on July 14.

Dear Student,

As announced in the email you received from President Hatch on June 30, you will have the opportunity to review your Fall 2020 schedule and make any adjustments via a special add/drop period that will be available to you July 15-21. If you are satisfied with your existing Fall 2020 schedule and course modalities no action is needed during this add/drop period. Read More »

Categories: University Registrar

Fall 2020 Updates

Dear Wake Forest undergraduates,

We look forward immensely to welcoming you back to Wake Forest for the Fall 2020 semester. While it will be a different kind of semester, we are confident that the same attributes that we all value — our exceptional faculty, our beautiful campus, the opportunity to build meaningful friendships and connect with others — will remain at the forefront of the Wake Forest experience. Read More »

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases on Campus

This message is sent on behalf of Penny Rue, Vice President for Campus Life:

Dear Wake Forest community,

Public health officials have confirmed that three individuals on campus have tested positive for COVID-19. Each individual is recovering well and is respecting the required isolation guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In keeping with our long-held privacy practices, Wake Forest will not be releasing further information about the identity of the individuals involved, including whether or not they are students. Read More »

Categories: Campus Life

A message from President Hatch

Dear Wake Forest community,

As I shared earlier this week, Wake Forest University believes that the recent guidelines suggested by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), an office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), are dangerous and threatening to international students and higher education.

In response to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) guidelines released this week, Wake Forest has joined an amicus brief, prepared by the Presidents’ Alliance on Immigration and Higher Education, backing a lawsuit filed by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology against federal restrictions that threaten the education and wellbeing of international students. Read More »

Categories: President Hatch

Fall 2020 Housing Update

Good Morning –

I write today with additional updates on the residential experience for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. I hope these updates help provide some additional clarity about our plans.

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