Wake Forest will welcome a new first-year class on Wednesday, Aug. 17, when new student move-in begins at 8 a.m. Students and families will be arriving throughout move-in day beginning around 7:30 a.m.
For faculty and staff scheduled to be on campus that busy morning, the University has recommendations for navigating campus.
Stephen Williams, assistant director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, has been invited to serve a three-year term on the Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC) Board of Directors beginning October 1, 2022.
Williams manages preaward activities (proposal/budget development and interpretation of sponsor guidelines) for all departments except health and exercise science and computer science.
The Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC) was formed in 1993 as an independent non-profit organization. RACC certifies that an individual, through experience and testing, has the fundamental knowledge necessary to be a professional research or sponsored programs administrator.
Learn more about RACC here.
A message for faculty from the Office of the University Registrar
Over the summer, many of the academic services accessed through Virtual Campus, such as advising information, course management, and midterm and final grade entry, were replaced with new services in Banner 9. This update results from our current Student Information System’s vendor (Ellucian) no longer supporting Banner 8 after this calendar year.
When you log into win.wfu.edu and navigate to Virtual Campus, you will notice far fewer links plus a new Banner 9 Landing Page link. The Banner 9 Landing Page contains links to the new advising, course management, and grading resources. You can reference the transition guide, linked here and in Virtual Campus, to help you navigate. Read More »
Wake Forest students and employees were notified of the University’s approach to COVID-19 for the fall semester. The full message to the campus community can be read here.
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In response to a key recommendation from the 2021-22 Space Utilization Study, President Susan R. Wente has initiated a University Space Planning Group (USPG) to ensure comprehensive and coordinated management of and planning for the University’s physical assets.
“To position the University to begin its third century, Wake Forest must realize the full potential of its physical space as one the most valuable resources in support of its academic mission,” President Wente said. “The USPG will ensure decisions regarding all consequential property will prioritize the academic mission and be made with intention, coordination, and care.”
As you consider opportunities to give, the Chaplain’s Emergency Fund supports Wake Forest community members experiencing financial hardship.
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