Criteria: Each semester the Intercultural Center offers textbook assistance to students with high financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Contact/Apply: Dr. Jonathan McElderry at
WakeWare Technology Grant Program
Criteria: Undergraduate student who receives need-based, merit, or athletic scholarship funds from Wake Forest during their first two years of enrollment. The grant covers the one-time full cost of a Standard WakeWare laptop, which includes four years of warranty and accidental damage protection and Winston Salem sales tax. Contact/Apply: You will be notified of your eligibility to receive a Technology Grant from the WakeWare Program Manager in late May, or whenever you become eligible thereafter. For questions:
Criteria: Student advocate to assist with insurance questions related to the Student Blue plan. Apply/Contact:
Funds for Psychoeducational Evaluation
Criteria: Available for undergraduate students with financial need through Learning Assistance Center & Disability Services. Covers a one-time cost of psychoeducational evaluation. Apply/Contact: Jackie Friedman at
Criteria: Undergraduate, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Divinity School students
Short term institutional loan program for students in emergency situations such as travel expenses to visit family due to death/sickness, etc. Apply/Contact:
Criteria: School of Business Graduate School Students
An emergency loan to assist with non-tuition, educationally related expenses Apply/Contact: School of Business Financial Aid at
Criteria: 3rd Year Law School Students
Selected on the basis of superior academic achievement, outstanding potential for service as a member of the legal profession, and financial need. Preference given to students interested in certain areas Apply/Contact: Law School Financial Aid, Chelsea Holdren at
Criteria: Departmental scholarship to assist undergraduate students with study abroad costs- transportation costs, fees, etc through Global Programs and Studies. Apply/Contact: Janice Claybrook at
Intercultural Center Student Support
Criteria: A fund for undergraduate students who are studying abroad, participating in a service trip, internship, or other activities as the office deems to be in the best interests of both the University and the student. Recipients must volunteer at an IC-hosted event and provide a summary of their experience. Apply/Contact:https://interculturalcenter.wfu.edu/programs-services/resources/
The Chinuntdet-Crowe Scholarship Application Scholarship is awarded annually to an upperclass student (rising Sophomore, Junior, or Senior) who has excelled in campus leadership at the university. Applicants should be students in good standing with the university, who have demonstrated leadership skills by extensive involvement in, and leadership of, student organizations recognized by Wake Forest. Applications are due in March. For more information or questions, please contact Dexter Sharp at .
ZSR Library Databases include a subscription via NCLIVE to Testing & Education Reference Center (for GRE, GMAT LSAT, etc.) Follow the link and create an account while on campus and for access.
GRE Fee Reduction: ETS (Educational Testing Service) provides the GRE® Fee Reduction Program for individuals who can demonstrate financial need, for those who are unemployed and receiving unemployment compensation, and for national programs that work with underrepresented groups. Learn more:https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/about/fees/reductions
MCAT Fee Assistance: The AAMC Fee Assistance Program assists those who, without financial assistance, would be unable to take the Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®), apply to medical schools that use the American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®), and more.