Schedule

  • All About the App - 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET (for students)

    Questions about the application and review process? Wondering how to prepare for the interview? Wanting to write a stand out essay? Hear from the admissions team as they address these important components of the application process. This event is intended for rising high school seniors. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.

    Dawn Calhoun

    Dawn Calhoun ’99, MA ’07, Senior Associate Dean of Admissions

    Susan Faust

    Susan Faust, Assistant Dean of Admissions

    Thomas Ray

    Thomas Ray ’13, Assistant Dean of Admissions

    Lowell Tillett

    Lowell Tillett ’06, Assistant Dean of Admissions

     

  • Financial Aid & Scholarships - 1 - 2 p.m. ET
    Tom Benza

    Tom Benza MA ’12, Director of Financial Aid

    Paul Gauthier

    Paul Gauthier ’93, Associate Dean of Admissions

    Parents are invited to join Tom Benza, Director of Financial Aid and Paul Gauthier, Associate Dean of Admissions as they provide an overview of the financial aid and the scholarship process at Wake Forest with time for Q & A.

  • Why is Mother So Dear? - 3 - 4 p.m. ET
    Addie Folk

    Addie Folk ’19, Admissions Counselor

    You’ve heard your entire life just how special a place Wake Forest is. Does it really live up to your parent’s hype? How can you create your own Wake Forest experience? Join Addie Folk, Admissions Counselor and multi-generational Wake alumna, as she shares about what makes Wake Forest so endearing. Currently enrolled children of alumni: Henry Brooks ’22, Sydnie Cockerham ’24, Mary Caroline Funk ’22, and Thomas Laws ’22 will also be on the Zoom event to answer questions and share about their Wake Forest experience.

  • College Parenting 101 - 5 - 6 p.m. ET

    Betsy Chapman

    Wondering what it’s like to parent first year college students in normal times, much less following a pandemic? Dr. Betsy Chapman ’92, MA ’94, Executive Director of Family Communications, shares words of wisdom, followed by time for Q & A. (Best for parents of rising high school seniors.)

     

  • College Admissions for the Class of 2026 - 7 - 8 p.m. ET

    Eric Maguire

    Hear from Vice President for Enrollment, Eric Maguire and take the opportunity to ask questions about WFU admissions and the impact of the pandemic on collegiate admissions for the incoming Class of 2026.