Undergraduate Wake Forest students can choose to participate in University-sponsored study abroad programs or affiliate programs through other institutions. Students can request that their financial aid packages “travel” with them for fall and spring semesters abroad. The Center for International Studies guides students through this process.
Students participating in Wake Forest semester study abroad programs in London, Venice, Vienna, Dijon, Salamanca and Southern Cone: Chile & Argentina are required to pay a non-refundable deposit to confirm their intent to participate in the program. For students studying abroad in the fall, the study abroad deposit includes the $500 fall tuition deposit.
IMPORTANT: If a student does not participate in the study abroad program, the deposit is forfeited and cannot be used toward Reynolda Campus tuition and fees.
Some summer study abroad programs require a non-refundable deposit. The program director may also require additional deposits or fees. Contact the Center for International Studies for information.
Affiliate programs are Wake Forest-approved study abroad programs offered through program providers or other universities. When an undergraduate chooses to study in an affiliate program, the University charges a study abroad enrollment fee per semester. This fee reserves a student’s enrollment at Wake Forest and covers certain technology and administrative expenses. This fee is nonrefundable if a student withdrawals from the program. See the Tuition & Fees Schedule.
Affiliate program institutions bill separately for tuition and other related charges. Students are responsible for ensuring that payment is made to that institution.