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The Office of the University Registrar functions as a service office to the Wake Forest academic community and reports to the Provost. Our principal responsibility is to ensure the accuracy, integrity, and security of student academic records/data and to provide various record services.

Reminders

Registration

For second part-of-term classes, the last day to add is March 18 and last day to drop with permission is March 28.

WIN registration period for Summer Sessions I & II 2014 will begin March 17 and last through April 30.

Fall 2014 registration for undergraduates Rounds I & II is March 31 through April 11.  Refer to Registration for more information.

Registration for Summer

Please note there are 3 Options for Taking Courses During the Summer!

1) Wake Forest Summer School  For students interested at taking coursework through Wake Forest this summer, please visit the Wake Forest Summer School website.

2)  Semester Online Program  For students interested in taking courses over the summer through Semester Online refer to the Semester Online website.

3) Summer School Elsewhere  For students interested in taking coursework at other schools, but not through the Semester Online Program, please visit the Summer School Elsewhere website.

Major/Minor Changes

Students must make any desired major or minor changes no later than two weeks prior to the designated advising period in order to guarantee registration during the major/minor sessions. Any changes made after that time will be processed as time allows.

Enrollment Verification

Students can now print out enrollment verifications online 24/7! Log onto WIN, select Virtual Campus, and under ‘Your Student Records’ you will see a link to print out a current enrollment verification. Spring 2014 online verifications will be available beginning January 25th.

Grades

Grades are available in WIN.  Grades of ‘NR’ indicate that no grade was reported. Please contact your instructor with any concerns regarding a ‘NR’ grade.

Policies and Regulations

The Academic Bulletin of the Undergraduate Schools is the official document for policies and regulations. Students are responsible for reading and abiding by the official requirements.