Admission to each graduate program is competitive. Admission and financial aid decisions are based on the following:
- Undergraduate grade point average
- GRE Optional — Scores may be submitted but are not required (Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytic Writing)
- Essay describing interest
- Finalists are also asked to submit a video-taped interview
Financial aid awards vary and may include the following:
- Partial scholarships
- Full scholarships
- Full fellowships, which include full scholarship and a small stipend
- Teaching assistantships, which include full scholarship and stipend for assisting with student teaching
supervision and other work of the department
- Minority supplements. Additional funding is available for outstanding minority candidates.
Applications are due on January 15 each year and require the following:
- Begin your application on the Wake Forest Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Admissions Website.
- Click “Apply Online” on the right side of the page.
- Under “Reynolda Campus Program Application,” click “Apply Now.”
- Click the “Create Account” tab for new applicants or “User Login” for returning applicants.
- Follow the instructions provided.
The admissions website also includes an admissions checklist, application deadlines and fees, and frequently asked questions.
For more information about graduate studies at Wake Forest University, see the Graduate School website.