Welcome to the on-line application for the WFU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Please read carefully all instructions throughout the application process. Once an area of study has been selected, you will be given instructions specific to that program. The application will not be successfully submitted unless all required fields are completed. Once you have started your application you will receive an email with a temporary PIN and a link to your application portal. After you have created your password you can return to the portal to work on your application over as many sessions as you need. All information is transmitted through a secured server.
Materials such as your personal statement, CV, writing sample, and unofficial transcripts should be attached to the online application. Instructions are provided throughout the application process.
Graduate Programs in Arts & Sciences
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please review the Admissions Checklist or contact the appropriate Graduate School Office for the program you are applying to.
For more information on applying to one of Wake Forest’s Biomedical Graduate Programs, visit the How to Apply page on the School of Medicine website.
Please remember to keep your email address up-to-date on the “Personal Information” page. All communications will be sent to the address you provide there.
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