NEW DEAC WEEK 2018- Wake Forest University
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— NEW DE AC W EEK 2018 —
Wednesday Campus Bookstore 8 a.m.—5 p.m. Taylor Residence Hall august 22, 2018 The Campus Bookstore is open each day during New Deac Week for purchase of school supplies and textbooks. Textbooks ordered online at wfustores.com are available within 48 hours of order placement starting Thursday, August 23, from 8:30 a.m.– 5 p.m. For more information, see wfustores.com. Self-led Visit to Wake Downtown 1—5 p.m. Wake Downtown Students, parents and families interested in seeing the newest gem in the Wake Forest crown can hop on the shuttle to Wake Downtown. Shuttle service to/ MOVE-IN DAY from Wake Downtown and WFU is every 15 minutes on weekdays (8 a.m.—11 p.m.). Travel time is 15 minutes; however, students should allow 30 minutes. Pickup/ drop off locations are the Benson University Center & and the Vine Street entrance to Wake Downtown. The full schedule can be found on the Parking and New Deac Week Transportation website at parking.wfu.edu. Shuttles are ADA-compliant with wheelchair lifts. They are also Day 1 equipped with bicycle racks and WiFi. Information Session on Visual Arts: Art History and Studio Art 3—4 p.m. Residence Halls Open for Move-in Scales Fine Arts Center, Lower Lobby 8 a.m.—4 p.m. Students interested in visual arts (including art Your new home away from home awaits your arrival! history and studio art) are invited to learn more about University officials will be posted to help you navigate these academic programs, the START / Student Art your way to your assigned residence hall. Move-in Gallery, Hanes Gallery, Reynolda House Museum of crews will be available to help unload your car and carry American Art and SECCA (Southeastern Center for items to your new room, while you meet your residence Contemporary Art) auditions. Light refreshments and a hall staff. Although the residence halls will remain open tour of the facility will follow this open forum. Parents until 4 p.m. for Move-in, the Move-in crews will be and families are welcome. available for moving assistance from 8 a.m.–2 p.m. only. Information Session on Choral Music and Singing Campus Services and Information Fair 3:30—4 p.m. 8 a.m.—4 p.m. Scales Fine Arts Center, M208 Benson University Center, Fourth Floor Students interested in performing in the department of Stop by the Benson University Center to pick up your music choral ensembles and/or taking voice lessons are Deacon OneCard (student ID), mailbox key and other invited. Parents and families are welcome to attend. information. Representatives from Financial and Information Session on Instrumental Music Accounting Services, Financial Aid, Deacon Dining 4—5 p.m. Services, Information Systems, Student Health Scales Fine Arts Center, M201 Service, Learning Assistance Center and Disabilities Services, Textbooks and University Stores and other Students interested in instrumental lessons and/or offices will be available to answer your questions until playing in any instrumental ensemble are invited. approximately 4 p.m. Parents and families are invited Parents and families are welcome to attend. to stop by the Office of Family Engagement table. Health Professions Advising Information for Parents and families 4—5 p.m. Highlighted sessions are Scales Fine Arts Center, Brendle Recital Hall those that parents and (Music Wing, right of breezeway) Parents and families of students who are interested families attend, alone or in health professions will meet with Dr. Carole with students. Gibson, director of health professions and Dr. John Tomlinson, assistant director of health professions.
This session is specifically for parents and families; schedules and other program details will be discussed. please note that the student session will be on Tours of the facility will be followed by pizza and an Thursday, August 23 at 1:15 p.m. open forum. Parents and families are welcome. Pre-graduate School Advising Information WakeLegacy Welcome Dinner for Parents and families 5:30—7 p.m. 4—5 p.m. Reynolda Hall, Magnolia Room, 2nd Floor Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102 If you are an alum of Wake Forest University, you and Parents and families of students who are interested your family are invited to a casual, drop-in dinner hosted in the possibility of attending graduate school will by the Office of Alumni Engagement. Connect your Class meet with pre-graduate school advisers to learn of ’22 student with other first-year students of alumni about resources and advising for these students. This and celebrate your family’s continued Wake Forest session is specifically for parents and families; please legacy! For more information or to RSVP, please contact note that the student session will be on Thursday, Laura Harrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.6061. August 23 at 1:15 p.m. School of Business Information for Parents and Families PARENTS & FAMILIES SESSION 4—5 p.m. Farrell Hall, Broyhill Auditorium, Lower Level BLOCK 1 Just For Parents and families: Helping with Parents and families of students who are interested the Transition to College and Beyond in the School of Business will meet with a member of 7:30—9 p.m. the Undergraduate Student Academic Services team, Wait Chapel WFU School of Business, to learn more about the majors offered, the admissions process and resources Led by Dr. James Raper (University Counseling to support the internship and career search. This Center) and Dr. Joanne Clinch (Student Health session is specifically for parents and families; please Service), this presentation and discussion note that the student session will be on Monday, for parents and families will focus on a August 27 at 6 p.m. variety of topics, including: the transition from high school to college, common issues Dinner On Your Own experienced during the college years, child/ (unless attending the events below) parent relationship strategies, suggestions for 5—7 p.m. maintaining emotional and physical health, Dinner Options and Locations: Chick-fil-A, Einstein’s, healthy boundaries and when/how to access Forest Greens, The Fresh Food Company (The Pit), the multitude of support systems available at Hilltop Market, Hissho Sushi, Legal Grounds, Starbucks Wake Forest. A reception with refreshments (ZSR & North Dining), Subway & POD, Village Juice, following the session will also include Zick’s and 336 Market. Please see the New Deac Week app opportunities for questions and answers for the hours of operation for each location. with the presenters and other Campus Life professionals. Prior registration required: MANDATORY International Student Immigration newstudents.wfu.edu/parents-and-families/ Session helping-transition-college-beyond 5—7 p.m. See Guidebook for location details This session will cover important immigration Living at Wake information, including status maintenance 7:30—10 p.m. requirements, travel, re-entry and settling into South Campus Residence Halls Winston-Salem and Wake Forest University. This session is required for all new undergraduate students Students will meet in their residence halls with their sponsored by Wake Forest University on either an F or Resident Advisers (RAs) to get to know one another, J visa. Attendance will be recorded by the International receive important information and learn about living Student and Scholar Services office. Dinner will be in a community. Non-residential students and transfer provided. Attendance is required for international students will receive location from student advisers. students. Parents and families are welcome to attend. Attendance is required. Information Session on University Theatre and Playfair Dance Company 10 p.m.—midnight 5—7 p.m. Manchester Plaza Scales Fine Arts Center, Lower Lobby Playfair is a powerful program for campus unity Students interested in theatre or dance performance or and school spirit. It’s an experience where everyone design are invited to learn about upcoming productions participates. It’s entertainment! It’s FUN! It’s the and auditions. Specific production and rehearsal perfect way to make new campus friendships.
Thursday First-year Student Academic Orientation: Small Group Meetings with Advisers 10:15 a.m.—noon august 23, 2018 First-year students report for assigned group meetings. Locations are listed inside the back cover of the New Deac Week brochure and on the Guidebook app under “Advisor Room Assignment.” If possible, bring your smartphone to access the Undergraduate Bulletin. Attendance is required. Transfer Student Academic Orientation 10:15 a.m.—noon Reynolda Hall, Magnolia Room, 2nd Floor Transfer students report for assigned group meetings. If possible, bring your smartphone to access the Undergraduate Bulletin. Attendance is required. New Deac Week Academic Success and the Career Journey 10:15—11:15 a.m. Day 2 Wait Chapel Discover how to support your student’s college-to- career journey, including his/her academic success, choice of major, internships and transition to graduate Deacs Get Up & Go! school or first job. Senior Associate Dean Christy 7—8 a.m. Buchanan and Vice President Andy Chan will describe See Guidebook for specific details regarding activity resources in the Office of Academic Advising and the & locations Office of Personal and Career Development. They will Come join classmates for a run on the campus trails or a introduce a comprehensive approach to personal and morning yoga, spin cycle or group exercise class. career development and offer you tips and resources. Campus Bookstore The Spirit of Wake Forest for Parents and families 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. 11:15—11:45 a.m. Taylor Residence Hall Wait Chapel The Campus Bookstore is open each day during New President Hatch and senior University officials Deac Week for the purchase of school supplies and describe Wake Forest’s enduring mission and values textbooks. Textbooks ordered online at wfustores.com in the context of a rapidly changing higher education are available within 48 hours of order placement landscape. Mary and Gary Pinkus (P ’20, P ’22) of the starting Thursday, August 23, from 8:30 a.m.– 5 p.m. For Parents’ Council will bring greetings. more information, see wfustores.com. Lunch On Your Own Continental Breakfast on Hearn Plaza (unless attending the lunch time events below) 8:30—9:30 a.m. noon—1:15 p.m. (In case of rain, the picnic will take place in the Lunch Options and Locations: Chick-fil-A, Einstein’s, Benson University Center, Room 401) Forest Greens, The Fresh Food Company (The Pit), New students and their families are invited to a Hilltop Market, Hissho Sushi, Legal Grounds, Starbucks continental breakfast provided by Deacon Dining (ZSR & North Dining), Subway & POD, Village Juice, Services and the dean of the College, and attended by Zick’s and 336 Market. Please see the New Deac Week the president, provost and other administrators. Music app for the hours of operation for each location. by the Spirit of the Old Gold and Black marching band. Reception for Jewish Students and Families Making of a Demon Deacon noon—1:15 p.m. 9:30—10 a.m. Benson University Center, 3rd Floor Rotunda South half of Hearn Plaza (Reynolda Hall side) Shalom! Jewish students and their families are invited A ceremony in which Provost Rogan Kersh (’86) and to join the WFU Jewish community and friends to enjoy student leaders welcome our newest Demon Deacons. homemade Jewish foods and goodies prepared in our Upon the chiming of the carillon, students gather in WFU kosher kitchen so you don’t have to worry about the designated area in front of the stage. Parents and lunch. Jewish students, faculty and staff will share families form a horseshoe ring around students. information about the many Jewish services and programs Program on back cover. Attendance is required for on campus. RSVPs appreciated. Contact Gail Bretan at students. Parents and families encouraged to attend. email@example.com or 336.758.4056.
Reception for Latinx Families Legal Careers Session for Students Recepción Para Familias Latinas 1:15—2 p.m. noon—1:15 p.m. Benson University Center, 401C Benson University Center, 346 Students considering law school should attend this A reception for Latinx students and their families. meeting with, Patty Poole, the pre-law adviser. Latinx faculty and staff will offer information in Health Careers Session for Students Spanish. Una recepción para estudiantes latinos y sus 1:15—2 p.m. familias. Profesores y personal universitario latino Scales Fine Arts Center, Brendle Recital Hall ofrecerán información en español. Join us for pupusas, (Music Wing, right of breezeway) empanadas and more! Students interested in health professions (e.g., UNITY Project medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, physician’s noon—1 p.m. assistant, pharmacy, physical therapy, nursing) ZSR Library Circle will meet with Dr. Carole Gibson, director of health UNITY is an interactive public art project that professions, and Dr. John Tomlinson, assistant director examines how labels both help and hinder our of health professions. Attendance is required for all ability to build and live in community. This canopy students with these interests. of interconnectedness celebrates the uniqueness of Pre-graduate School Advising Information individuals and raises awareness of how labels impact Session for Students our perception of and interactions with the world. 1:15—2 p.m. Come with a friend, your hallmates or by yourself Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102 to contribute your unique identity to the display! Be sure to visit the UNITY Project during one of the Students considering a future that includes graduate opportunities provided August 23-24 or August 27-28. school are invited to attend this meeting about pre- graduate school advising. PARENTS & FAMILIES SESSION BLOCK 2 / 1:15—2:15 P.M. Concurrent Sessions: • Time Management, Tutoring, Parents and families are highly encouraged to Accommodations, Oh My! attend one of these important sessions. Benson University Center, 409 Once students move onto campus as first-year • A Campus Response to High-Risk Behavior students, they are often expected to be able to Benson University Center, 401 A/D advocate for themselves, tap into campus resources This session for parents and families addressing and navigate the newly discovered world of college high-risk student behaviors will provide informa- life and independence. This session is designed tion regarding what parents and families can do to help parents and families understand how to help support their students in making safe and resources available at the Learning Assistance healthy decisions. It includes a review of campus Center and Disability Services can help all students resources, programs, services and policies. address key components of academic success. • Student Engagement Opportunities / We will cover tutoring, peer mentoring, academic Fraternity and Sorority Life coaching and counseling and other essential Benson University Center, Pugh Auditorium tools for success. Additionally, we will discuss the Organizational involvement is a key aspect in process of requesting and implementing reasonable helping students find their sense of belonging. accommodations for students with disabilities. Members of the Office of Student Engagement will • Staying Safe at WAKE — Campus Safety discuss general advice, specific circumstances Benson University Center, 410 and standards students need to understand in Crime and safety will always be a concern for order to best take advantage of the opportunities parents when sending their children off to college. offered by the 175 student organizations and Everyone must work collaboratively to keep 25 fraternities and sororities at Wake Forest. our community safe. Parents and families will Discussion will include the many ways in which learn about services and resources protecting the Office of Student Engagement and campus our Wake Forest University campus community. partners work with students to create a safe and Representatives from the Office of the Dean of supportive social environment while “Helping Students and University Police will be present to Every Deacon Find Their Place.” help you understand our community standards and how they support student safety and wellbeing.
PARENTS & FAMILIES SESSION BLOCK 3 2:30 — 3:30 P.M. Concurrent Sessions: Parents and families are highly encouraged to attend one of these important sessions. • A Campus Response to High-Risk Behavior Benson University Center, 401 A/D This session for parents and families addressing high-risk student behaviors will provide informa- tion regarding what parents and families can do to help support their students in making safe and healthy decisions. It includes a review of campus resources, programs, services and policies. • Student Engagement Opportunities / Fraternity and Sorority Life Benson University Center, Pugh Auditorium Organizational involvement is a key aspect in helping students to find their sense of belonging. Members of the Office of Student Engagement will discuss general advice, specific circumstances and standards students need to understand in order to best take advantage of the opportunities offered by the 175 student organizations and 25 fraternities and sororities at Wake Forest. Discussion will include the many ways in which the Office of Student Engagement and campus partners work with students to create a safe and supportive social environment while “Helping Every Deacon Find Their Place.” • Time Management, Tutoring, Accommodations, Oh My! Benson University Center, 409 Once students move onto campus as first-year students, they are often expected to be able to advocate for themselves, tap into campus resources and navigate the newly discovered world of college life and independence. This session is designed to help parents and families understand how resources available at the Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services can help all students address key components of academic success. We will cover tutoring, peer mentoring, academic coaching and counseling and other essential tools for success. Additionally, we will discuss the process of requesting and implementing reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. • Staying Safe at WAKE — Campus Safety Benson University Center, 410 Move-in Day Safety will always be a concern for parents when sending their children off to college. Everyone must work collaboratively to keep our community safe. Parents and families will learn about services and resources protecting our Wake Forest University campus community. Representatives from the Office of the Dean of Students and University Police will be present to help you understand our community standards and how they support student safety and wellbeing.
Diversity @ Wake Information Session Dinner On Your Own 3:45—5 p.m. 6:30—7:45 p.m. Benson University Center, 401 A/D Dinner Options and Locations: Chick-fil-A, Einstein’s, Join the Intercultural Center, Women’s Center, LGBTQ Forest Greens, The Fresh Food Company (The Pit), Center and the International Student and Scholar Hilltop Market, Hissho Sushi, Legal Grounds, Starbucks Services for an hors d’oeuvres reception to learn about (ZSR & North Dining), Subway & POD, Village Juice, diversity at Wake and the resources each office offers. Zick’s and 336 Market. Please see the New Deac Week Attendees will learn about the roles each office plays app for the hours of operation for each location. in creating a vibrant campus culture and in supporting First-year students should eat dinner and then head students, parents and families. Brief tours will be back to their residence hall to meet their RA by 7:45 p.m. offered of each of the spaces. to prepare for the Deacon Olympics! You’ll need some UNITY Project sustenance for this competition! 3—4 p.m. ZSR Library Circle UNITY is an interactive public art project that examines ALL PROGRAMMING FOR how labels both help and hinder our ability to build and live in community. This canopy of interconnectedness PARENTS AND FAMILIES ENDS celebrates the uniqueness of individuals and raises AT THIS POINT. awareness of how labels impact our perception of and interactions with the world. Come with a friend, your hallmates or by yourself to contribute your unique Deacon Olympics identity to the display! 8—10 p.m. New ROTC Student, Parent and Family Orientation Kentner Stadium (Rain location: Reynolds Gym & 4—5:30 p.m. Sutton Center in the WF Wellbeing Center) ROTC Building, Upstairs Classroom Find your inner Deacon spirit as you form a bond of From College-to-Career solidarity with your teammates. Campus Recreation will 5—6:30 p.m. challenge you through a variety of sport and activities to Wait Chapel get you moving and having fun! Points will be awarded for team spirit, team attire and the ability to complete For Students ONLY: The Office of Personal and Career games and activities as a team. Development (OPCD) wants you to make the most of your time here at Wake Forest. We are here to empower Hypnotist Tom DeLuca you to flourish in your journey, work and life after Wake. 10:30 p.m.—midnight Learn about all the resources the OPCD has available Wait Chapel for you to become life-ready and how to make your Students flock to Tom’s performances every year college-to-career experience exceptional. Attendance because he makes them laugh, feel good and gets them is required. to express themselves in unique and hilarious ways. President’s Reception for Parents and families It’s a great way to have students bond and share an 5—6:30 p.m. experience they will be talking about for weeks to come. Farrell Hall, Founders Living Room President and Mrs. Hatch welcome parents and family members according to the following schedule. Casual attire is suggested. WAKE FOREST WELLBEING 5:00 5:15 5:45 5:30 6:00 6:15 CENTER OPEN DAILY 5:30 A.M.—MIDNIGHT TIME SCHEDULED Reynolds Gym & Sutton Center are open for your fitness and recreation pleasure. Come work out, swim, shoot some hoops, check out the message chairs or hang-out in the whirlpool or by the fireplace. The Wellbeing Center is the place to be!
Frida y celebrates the uniqueness of individuals and raises awareness of how labels impact our perception of and interactions with the world. Come with a friend, your august 24, 2018 hallmates or by yourself to contribute your unique identity to the display! Service Open House 9 a.m.—noon Campus Kitchen, Kitchin Residence Hall Sponsored by the Pro Humanitate Institute. Students interested in getting involved in on-and off-campus initiatives are encouraged to drop by the Campus Kitchen Lounge. Staff and upperclass students will provide information about various service and social action programs and opportunities including Campus Kitchen, Volunteer Service Corps, Domestic New Deac Week Alternative Spring Break Trips, the Dash Corps and student-led philanthropies. Day 3 The Center for Global Programs & Studies (GPS) — Study Abroad/Away Interest Session 9 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Benson University Center, Pugh Auditorium Wake Forest Masters Swim Program The Center for Global Programs & Studies (GPS) invites 5:30 a.m. students interested in study abroad/away opportunities to WF Wellbeing Center attend one of three informal sessions from 9-9:30 a.m., 10-10:30 a.m. or 11-11:30 a.m. Each session will be followed Interested in swimming for fitness or competition? Come by a half-hour opportunity (9:30-10 a.m., 10:30 -11 a.m., participate in the masters swim program morning workout. and 11:30 a.m.-noon) for drop-in and informal questions. Campus Bookstore The Office of Student Engagement — Involvement, 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. Engagement and Leadership Session Taylor Residence Hall 9 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Campus Bookstore is open each day during Benson University Center, 401 C New Deac Week for purchase of school supplies and Interested in joining a student organization? Attend textbooks (the textbook department is downstairs). one of these sessions and learn about the 150+ student Textbooks ordered online at wfustores.com are available organizations at Wake Forest University and how to within 48 hours of order placement starting Thursday, get involved. Student Engagement staff and student August 23, from 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. For more information, leaders will talk about engagement opportunities, see wfustores.com. what to look for in a student organization and how Mindful Mornings involvement can turn into a sense of belonging and 8—8:30 a.m. leadership at Wake Forest. Scales Fine Arts Center, Breezeway Wake Downtown Department Open House Start your day with an exploration of the first of three 12:30—2 p.m. sets of simple contemplative practices that will help you Wake Downtown achieve academic and personal wellbeing in college and Meet faculty and upperclass students in an informal beyond. setting at any time during this time. Students who Individual Advising Sessions wish to arrive by 12:30 p.m. should take the 12:15 p.m. 8 a.m.—1 p.m. shuttle to Wake Downtown. All students should depart Wake Downtown no later than 2:15 p.m. to return to the Academic advisers will schedule advising sessions during Reynolda Campus. this time. Student athletes must complete their advising sessions by 10:45 a.m. Students planning to attend the Engineering: Wake Downtown, Room 4502 Engineering Open House at Wake Downtown should Muslim Prayer Service complete their advising sessions before 12:30 p.m. 1—2 p.m. UNITY Project Collins Residence Hall, A001 9 a.m.—2 p.m. Muslim Student Lounge ZSR Library Circle This weekly service is open to people of all backgrounds UNITY is an interactive public art project that examines and faiths. how labels both help and hinder our ability to build and live in community. This canopy of interconnectedness
Reynolda Campus Department Open Houses Theatre and Dance 1—3 p.m. Scales Fine Arts Center, Lower Lobby Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Meet faculty and upperclass students in informal Tribble Hall, Room A105 settings at any time during this two-hour period. American Ethnic Studies Kirby Hall, Ground Floor Carillon Concert on Hearn Plaza Anthropology 3—3:30 p.m. Museum of Anthropology, Lower Level Raymond Ebert (’60), University Carillonneur Art Scales Fine Arts Center, Lower Lobby New Student Seating for Convocation Biology 3:30—4 p.m. Winston Hall, Main Foyer Wait Chapel Center for Entrepreneurship Students will meet with student advisers to be seated Reynolda Hall, Room 230 together in Wait Chapel. Attendance is required. Chemistry Salem Hall, Room 205 New Student Convocation Classical Languages 4—5 p.m. Tribble Hall, Room A301 Wait Chapel Communication This formal ceremony welcomes you into the academic Carswell Foyer community. It includes an opportunity to reflect on Computer Science your goals for the WFU journey with President Nathan Manchester Hall, Room 229 O. Hatch; Dean of the College Michele Gillespie; East Asian Languages and Cultures Senior Associate Dean for Academic Advising Christy Carswell Hall, Room 027A M. Buchanan; and Caity Malisse (’19), Student Economics Representative to the Committee on Orientation and Kirby Hall, Thomas Taylor Atrium — 2nd Floor Lower Division Advising. Attendance is required; Education business casual dress encouraged. Tribble Hall, Room B216 OPCD Open House for Transfer Students English 5:15—6:15 p.m. Tribble Hall, Room A107 Reynolda Hall, 230 French Studies Greene Hall, Room 535 (Faculty Lounge) Transfer students will have the opportunity to connect with career coaches and learn about services the Office German and Russian Greene Hall, Room 341 of Personal and Career Development has to offer. This program will provide a deeper dive into specific resources Health and Exercise Science Lobby of HES Dept in the Worrell addition for transfer students. Attendance is required. History Taste of Winston-Salem Tribble Hall, Lobby 6:30—7:45 p.m. Mathematics and Statistics Parking Lot W-2 near Spry Soccer Stadium Manchester Hall, Room 336 and Alumni Hall Military Science (ROTC) Gather with your new friends and try out local food ROTC Building, ROTC Lobby offerings compliments of Winston-Salem businesses. Music Enjoy live music from the Spirit of the Old Gold and Scales Fine Arts Center, Room M309 Black marching band and performances by the WF Philosophy Cheer and Dance teams. Tribble Hall, Room B316 Men’s Soccer Game Physics Olin Physical Laboratory, Foyer 7:30—9:30 p.m. Spry Stadium Politics and International Affairs Kirby Hall, Room 109 Cheer on the nationally-ranked soccer team against Indiana. Psychology The Welcome Concert Greene Hall, Room 311 10 p.m.—midnight Department for the Study of Religions Manchester Plaza (Rain location: Wait Chapel) Wingate Hall, Room 116 Sociology What better way to spend your Friday night than an out- Kirby Hall, Ground Floor door concert? Come rock out to the artist you voted for! Spanish and Italian Sponsored by: Office of the Provost, Residence Life and Greene Hall, 3rd Floor Atrium Housing, Resident Student Association (RSA), South Forest Area Council, Student Activities Fee (SAF), Student Govern- ment, Student Union, WFU Athletics and University Police.
Saturday Building Community through Diversity & Inclusion 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. august 25, 2018 During this interactive session, students will engage in activities and discussions that encourage self- awareness and appreciation of the similarities and differences that exist between members of our community. Students will also explore how experiences of inclusion and exclusion impact one’s sense of belonging and connection. They will also practice using empathy as a tool for building meaningful relationships and a stronger sense of community with their peers. Schedule will be provided by RAs. Non-residential and transfer students will receive scheduling information by email by Friday, August 24. Attendance is required. New Deac Week PREPARE Talks 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Day 4 Trained student facilitators will engage small groups in an interactive program to discuss Wake Forest’s culture of respect committed to preventing incidents of sexual misconduct. Strategies will be discussed for effectively caring for each other through healthy relationships and Deacs Get Up & Go! awareness of resources. Schedule will be provided by 7—8:30 a.m. RAs. Non-residential and transfer students will receive See Guidebook for specific details regarding activity & scheduling information by email by Friday, August 24. locations Attendance is required. Come join classmates for a run on the campus trails or a “Wake World” morning yoga, spin cycle or group exercise class. 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Mindful Mornings Scales Fine Arts Center, Mainstage Theatre 8—8:30 a.m. An entertaining and thought-provoking theatrical Scales Fine Arts Center, Breezeway snapshot of college life created and performed by Start your day with an exploration of the second of three members of the Department of Theatre and Dance. sets of simple contemplative practices that will help you Schedule will be provided by RAs. Non-residential and achieve academic and personal wellbeing in college and transfer students will receive scheduling information beyond. by email by Friday, August 24. Attendance is required. Campus Bookstore Wellbeing at Wake 9 a.m.—5 p.m. 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Taylor Residence Hall This interactive session is designed to aid students The Campus Bookstore is open each day during in learning skills to understand and navigate the New Deac Week for purchase of school supplies and local campus landscape as it relates to wellbeing, textbooks (the textbook department is downstairs). alcohol, drugs and safety. Through games, videos and a Textbooks ordered online at wfustores.com are discussion from the experts (current Demon Deacons), available within 48 hours of order placement starting students will discover resources for a successful Thursday, August 23, from 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. For more campus life. Schedule and locations provided by RAs. information, see wfustores.com. Non-residential and transfer students will receive scheduling information by email by Friday, August 24. Attendance is required. Lunch On Your Own 12—1:15 p.m. Lunch Options and Locations: Chick-fil-A, Einstein’s, Forest Greens, The Fresh Food Company (The Pit), Hilltop Market, Hissho Sushi, Moe’s, POD Market at North, Shorty’s, Starbucks (ZSR & North Dining), Subway & POD, Village Juice, Zick’s and 336 Market. Please see the New Deac Week app for the hours of operation for each location.
Dinner with Advising Group or On Your Own Saturday Nite Live 5:30—8 p.m. 9:30 p.m.—1 a.m. On Jasper Memory Lane (South Campus) Some of you will dine with academic and student advisers tonight; others will have dinner with your advising The Office of Residence Life and Housing invite you to group on Sunday, September 2, 9 or 16. Advisers participate in this annual block party-style event. Food will have provided information about scheduling at trucks and games will be stationed outside of South the group meeting earlier this week. At this dinner Campus residence halls with free food. All new students gathering, you can get to know each other in a casual will be welcome, so you are encouraged to walk around setting and discuss transitioning to Wake Forest and make some new friends from different buildings. University or other topics. Attendance at your advising Prizes will be given away throughout the night with a group dinner is required at the time it is scheduled. grand prize at the end of the evening.
Sunday Mindful Mornings 11 a.m.—noon Scales Fine Arts Center, Breezeway august 26, 2018 Start your day with an exploration of a third set of simple contemplative practices that will help you achieve academic and personal wellbeing in college and beyond. Catholic Mass 11:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Benson University Center, Pugh Auditorium All are welcome. Project Wake: Conversations on Character 1:30—3 p.m. Meet with your Project Wake reading discussion group! Students who registered should follow the instructions New Deac Week sent by email prior to arrival. Day 5 Religious Life Meet and Greet 3:15—4:15 p.m. Benson University Center, Third Floor Lounge Meet chaplains, campus ministers, religious life leaders and students to learn about religious and spiritual Campus Bookstore opportunities at Wake Forest. 9 a.m.—5 p.m. Taylor Residence Hall Pitstop 4:30—6:30 p.m. The Campus Bookstore is open each day during Location will be determined by your student adviser New Deac Week for purchase of school supplies and textbooks (the textbook department is downstairs). First-year students are asked to grab dinner with their Textbooks ordered online at wfustores.com are student advisers at one of the on-campus venues (“The available within 48 hours of order placement starting Pit,” North Campus Dining, etc.) so that they can ask Thursday, August 23, from 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m. For more last-minute questions before the first day of class. information, see wfustores.com. Attendance is required. Wake Forest: A Tradition of Honor and Integrity Seating for Spirit of Wake Forest 9—10:45 a.m. 6:30—7 p.m. Location provided by RAs Wait Chapel Learn about the Honor Code and expectations regarding Students will meet with student advisers to be seated student conduct at Wake Forest. Through small group together in Wait Chapel. Attendance is required. meetings facilitated by RAs, you will explore case Spirit of Wake Forest scenarios featuring real-life situations and dilemmas 7—9 p.m. regarding the Honor Code and responsible and safe Wait Chapel behavior in various aspects of student life. Following this session, you will be required to complete an online Learn about Wake Forest traditions — aWake All quiz regarding rules, expectations, honor and student Night, Hit the Bricks, Homecoming, Lovefeast, MLK conduct. At the close of this session, students will Celebration, Project Pumpkin, Rolling the Quad, South complete one of two national surveys about student Campus Area Councils, Springfest and Wake ‘N Shake experiences and goals, the results of which are very — as student leaders introduce you to the Spirit of Wake important to Wake Forest. Non-residential and transfer Forest. Attendance is required. students will receive scheduling information by email Deacs Get Up & Go! by Friday, August 24. Attendance is required. 10 p.m.—midnight Wake Forest Baptist Church Service See Guidebook for specific details regarding activity & 11 a.m.—noon locations Wait Chapel Come join classmates for a run on the campus trails or a The congregation of Wake Forest Baptist Church morning yoga, spin cycle or group exercise class. holds weekly services in Wait Chapel. All are welcome.
International Students’ Kickoff Picnic 5—6 p.m. Davis Field across from Davis Residence Hall (Rain location: Scales Fine Arts Center, Lower Lobby) Sponsored by International Students and Scholar Services School of Business Information Session for Students 6—7 p.m. Farrell Hall, Broyhill Auditorium, Lower Level THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES Students interested in possible study in the School of AND BEYOND Business are strongly encouraged to attend. Session will be led by a member of the Undergraduate Integrative New students cannot learn everything about what it Student Services team, WFU School of Business. takes to have a successful college experience in a few days before the semester even starts. Therefore, new student TUESDAY, AUGUST 28 orientation programming continues through the fall. This way, you can continue to learn while you are experiencing UNITY Project what it is actually like to be a student at Wake Forest. Two 10 a.m.–noon, 3—5 p.m. fall semester check-ins are required. ZSR Library Circle UNITY is an interactive public art project that examines MONDAY, AUGUST 27, CLASSES BEGIN! how labels both help and hinder our ability to build and live in community. This canopy of interconnectedness UNITY Project celebrates the uniqueness of individuals and raises 10 a.m.–noon, 3—5 p.m. awareness of how labels impact our perception of and ZSR Library Circle interactions with the world. Come with a friend, your UNITY is an interactive public art project that examines hallmates or by yourself to contribute your unique how labels both help and hinder our ability to build and identity to the display! live in community. This canopy of interconnectedness celebrates the uniqueness of individuals and raises WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 awareness of how labels impact our perception of and interactions with the world. Come with a friend, your Faculty House Calls hallmates or by yourself to contribute your unique 6—7 p.m. identity to the display! First-year Residence Halls Sponsored by the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Faculty members will visit the residence halls to welcome you to Wake Forest! Plan to be in your room to meet professors and learn firsthand about the teacher- scholar model at Wake Forest. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 Z. Smith Reynolda Library Open House 5—7 p.m. Z. Smith Reynolds Library ZSR Library invites the class of 2022 to a special open house, which will include a tour of the library. Have fun learning about library resources and services available to you through a series interactive games and activities! Light refreshments will be provided. Outbreak@ZSR 7:30—9 p.m. Z. Smith Reynolds Library Join a group of humans as they band together in an attempt to ward off the zombie horde roaming through the 170,000 square feet of the ZSR Library. Survival gear will be provided! Sponsored by the Z. Smith Reynolds Library and the WFU Student Activities Fund.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 2, SEPT. 9 OR SEPT. 16 Check-In #2 Dinner with Advising Group September 23—September 29 6—8 p.m. Academic Success Event (with SAs) Location provided by your adviser Your student adviser will provide you with more Some students’ advising group dinner is scheduled information regarding your group meeting time and for September 2, 9 or 16. At this gathering, you can location. get to know each other in a casual setting and discuss transitioning to Wake Forest University or other topics. Attendance at your advising group dinner is required at the time it is scheduled. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Student Involvement Fair 3:30—6 p.m. Manchester Plaza (Rain date: Thursday, Sept. 6, 3–5 p.m.) Meet students, student leaders and local nonprofit MAKING OF A DEMON DEACON agency representatives. Learn more about getting On Thursday, August 23, between 9:30 involved in student organizations on campus as well as and 10 a.m.,* new students gather in the opportunities in the local Winston-Salem community. designated student area on Hearn Plaza inside the painted arc and in front of the SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 stage. Upon entering this area, students obtain a Wake Forest pin from a student WAKE THE DEMONS! New Student Tailgate leader standing on the arc. Parents and 9:30—11:30 a.m. family members please gather in a BB&T Field horseshoe ring just behind the painted arc, Join your new classmates at the first football home around the students. game when Wake Forest plays Towson. Prior to the game you will join us at the Joel Coliseum for free food, music, a Wake The Demons t-shirt and getting into the Wake Forest spirit to cheer the Demon Deacons to victory. Enjoy games, music and lots of fun prizes. Program You will storm the field as a class and be a part of the pre-game excitement before kickoff. Transportation will be provided. Details about time and place to meet will be available from RAs prior to game day. Attendance highly encouraged — GO DEACS! Musical Performance Kickoff against Towson is at noon (BB&T Field). Welcome Daniel Reeves (’19) FIRST SEMESTER CHECK-INS Student Government President The two check-ins listed below provide an important Remarks opportunity for you to reflect and dialogue with Provost Rogan Kersh (’86) your peers on critical areas of first-year experience. Attendance and short reflections required of all Pinning Ceremony first-year students; attendance will be taken. Singing of the Alma Mater Check-in #1 September 9—20 Closing Remarks Step Up: Becoming an Active Bystander Rolling the Quad Demon Deacons look out for each other. This session Participate in a favorite Wake Forest will teach students about the variety of situations they tradition with your fellow Demon Deacons! may encounter on a college campus and how best to intervene safely and effectively. In addition, this session *Rain Plan: Continental Breakfast in will instill a sense of responsibility for the safety and Benson University Center, Room 401, from wellbeing of all members of the WFU community 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. At 10 a.m., parents and beyond. You are expected to attend a Step Up: and families ONLY head to Wait Chapel for Becoming an Active Bystander session. You will be The Spirit of Wake Forest for Parents responsible for scheduling and completing the session and families to start at 10:15 a.m. on your own. In the case of a university-approved conflict, it is your responsibility to attend a session with an alternate group at a different time.
DEAR OLD WAKE FOREST, THINE IS A NOBLE NAME; THINE IS A GLORIOUS FAME, CONSTANT AND TRUE. WE GIVE THEE OF OUR PRAISE, ADORE THINE ANCIENT DAYS, SING THEE OUR HUMBLE LAYS, Mother, So Dear DEAR OLD WAKE FOREST, MYSTIC THY NAME TO CHEER; BE THOU OUR GUARDIAN NEAR FORE’ER AND AYE. WE BOW BEFORE THY SHRINE, THY BROW WITH BAYS ENTWINE, ALL HONOR NOW BE THINE, MOTHER, TODAY. BY GEORGE W. PASCHAL , CL ASS OF 1892 (THURINGIAN FOLK SONG)
FRIDAY, SEPT. 28—SUNDAY, SEPT. 30 Family Weekend Mark your calendars and plan to join your Wake student for an action-packed weekend filled with activities and FUN for all. Learn about summer internships, visit the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, attend the student a cappella showcase, Family Weekend Tailgate, Deacs vs. Syracuse football game, visit several of the open houses offered throughout the weekend, learn the history of Wake Forest, enjoy Sunday Brunch and so much more. For information, visit familyweekend.wfu. edu or contact Kathy Arnett in the Office of Student Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 Major/Minor Fair 3—5 p.m. Benson University Center, 401 The Major/Minor Fair is a great chance to learn about requirements and opportunities available in various majors and minors from faculty and student representatives. OCTOBER 22—NOVEMBER 2 Advising for Spring Registration Be sure to schedule (and attend!) a meeting with your adviser during this period. The advising meeting provides a wonderful opportunity to update your adviser about how your semester is going and to get your adviser’s advice about your current work as well as courses for spring semester. And, as another detail … you must attend this meeting in order to get the Personal Identification Number (PIN) you will need to register for spring semester courses. Attendance required! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Homecoming Attend homecoming events. For more information, visit homecoming.wfu.edu.
Advising Group Information Adviser | Location Anderson, Paul | Olin 106 Eastman-Mullins, Rob | SFAC 211*** Anthony, Elizabeth | Greene 160 Echeverria, Andrea | Greene 246 Ashley-Ross, Miriam | Winston 221 Ewalt, Margaret | Greene 236 Austin, Emily | Kirby 102 Ford, Jay | Wingate 116 Baker, Scott | Tribble A 207 Foster, Amanda | Z.S.R. 477**** Barrella, Elise | Benson 406 Francom, Claudia | Greene 237 Bilton, Laura | Tribble A 11 French, Nate | Reynolda 104J Blackburn, Janice | Manchester 122 Friedenberg, John | Angelou 104 Bourdon, Abbey | Manchester 124 Friedman, Adam | Tribble B 216 Bowie, Rian | Tribble C 115 Boyd, Stephen | Wingate 209 Gambill, Joy | Z.S.R. 203 B**** Boyer, Tina | Greene 341 Gellar-Goad, T.H.M. | Tribble A 303 Boyle, Anne | Tribble A 108 Gemmer, John | Manchester 356 Branch, Erin | Tribble C 216 Gengler, Amanda | Kirby 015 Brown, Alan | Tribble A 205 Gentry, Jennifer | SFAC 103*** Brown, Chris | Tribble A 202 Glauz-Todrank, Annalise | Wingate 105 Brown, LeAndra | Worrell 0174 Glezakos, Stavroula | Tribble A 307 Gonzalez, Luis | Greene 239 Calhoun, Brian | Tribble A 10 Good, Mary | Carswell 018 Carlson, Eric | Olin 103 Gorelick, Brian | SFAC M 208*** Carroll, David | Olin 101 Grohman, Bryon | SFAC M 308*** Catanoso, Justin | Tribble A 209 Gross, Michael | Benson 343 Chapman, Betsy | Alumni Hall 278 Gurstelle, Andrew | Museum of Anthropology Clark, Elena | Greene 338 Gutiérrez, César | Greene 308 Clendinning, Elizabeth | SFAC M 306*** Coates, Ben | Tribble A 102 Hallberg, LeighAnn | SFAC 009*** Cole, Bruce | Greene 233 Handwerk, Phil | Reynolda 204 E Curry, J.K. | SFAC 208*** Hebert, Bob | Farrell Hall 247 Hoglund, Ken | Wingate 306 Dostal, Jack | Olin 102 Holzwarth, Natalie | Olin 107 Hughes, Michael | Tribble B117
Inkman, Joanne | SFAC M 307*** Rahman, Rais | Tribble A 104 Rallings, Yasuko | Carswell 016 Jenkins, Melissa | Tribble A 203 Richard, Jessica | Tribble B 13 Johnston, Luke | Wingate 210 Robinson, Heidi | Tribble A 2 Jones, Eric | A.L.B. 101* Ross, James | Worrell 0172 Judy, Tiffany | Greene 245 Roy, Leah | SFAC 204*** Ruddiman, Jake | Tribble Detamble Auditorium Kadlac, Adam | Tribble A 304 Ruocco, Joanna | Tribble A 301 Kairoff, Claudia | Tribble A 201 Kamtman, Michael | SFAC 121 Ring Theatre*** Sakkal, Ali | Tribble A 206 Kennedy, Ralph | Kirby 108 Saloman, Randi | Tribble A 302 Knight, Mary | Greene 340 Scholl, Mark | Carswell 205 Koscak, Stephanie | Tribble A 103 Shade-Venegas, Jessica | Greene 512 Koupf, Danielle | Carswell 005 Shields, Kathy | Z.S.R. 624**** Sinanoglou, Penny | Tribble B 116 Lancaster, Zak | Carswell 107 Sloan, Michael | Tribble B 010 Lanzoni, Remi | Greene 310 Smith, Richard (Carter) | Tribble C 003 Lather, Amy | Tribble A 309 Solomon, Jeff | Tribble A 004 Laughlin, Page | SFAC 110*** Still, Erica | Carswell 101 Lentz, Barbara | Angelou 104 Llewellyn, John | Carswell 102 Tedford, Rosalind | Z.S.R. 476**** Thomas, Rebecca | Kirby 010 Macosko, Jed | Olin 105 Tiboni-Craft, Silvia | Greene 513 Madera, Judith | Tribble C 001 Toner, Patrick | Tribble A 306 Maine, Barry | Tribble A 109 Turkett, William | Manchester 233 Mann, Coco | Greene 312 Mazaris, Angela | Benson 301 Venegas, Jose Louis | Greene 514 McAllister, Grant | Kirby 109 Vincent, Amanda | Greene 313 McNelly, Veronique | Greene 250 Mendoza-Batista, Liliana | Greene 251 Wayne-Thomas, Mary | SFAC 214*** Miller, Christian | Tribble B 316 Whitehead, Elisabeth | Tribble C 316 Morris, Rebekah | Greene 253 Wiethaus, Ulrike | Wingate 314 Murphy, Stephen | Greene 311 Wilkins, Charles | Tribble A 208 Wolters, Nick | Greene 528 Nations, Bob | Carswell 302 Womack, Hu | Z.S.R. 203 A**** Neal, Ron | Wingate 206 Wrights, Abbie | Worrell 0173 Norris, Jim | Manchester 362 Yarfitz, Mir | Tribble A 305 Obiedat, Ahmad | Carswell 305 Ospina, Claudia | Greene 320 *A.L.B.: Anthropology Laboratory Building **O.P.C.D.: Office of Personal and Career Development Pace, Leann | Wingate 114 ***SFAC: Scales Fine Arts Center Perez-Munoz, Carmen | Greene 321 ****Z.S.R.: Z. Smith Reynolds Library Pickel, John | SFAC 102*** Pyke, Jenny | Tribble A 204
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