Counseling and Well-being - Visit our Canvas site for Counseling and Well-Being Services. Counseling appointments are currently being conducted via teletherapy. To request an appointment, students may email or use the appointment request form on the external website. If you have an emergency and are in need of urgent student mental health support, you may also access the Counseling Services Helpline by calling 336-716-0637, and select option 2.

“Finding Gratitude During the COVID-19 Crisis” - Read Harvard Medical Student Review article by Joseph Kaizer, DMA, Wake Forest School of Medicine Class of 2021, on "Finding Gratitude During the COVID-19 Crisis.” 

CARE Team - refer someone or self-refer using the CARE Team form on the external website.

Chaplain's Office: Spiritual care and general support - Contact Chaplain Michelle Nicolle via email or phone at 336-713-9766.

Healthcare Needs - for healthcare appointments, contact the Access Center at 336-713-1298. You must disclose that you are a student so you are assigned to appropriate providers. You may also contact the Director of Student Health at 336-716-3724 for emergent needs if they are not met by the Access Center's provider availability.  

Budget Needs (e.g., POs, reimbursements) - submit requests to

Student Organization Requests

Learning Environment, Mistreatment, or Professionalism Concern Reporting – report through Service Now. Students may also contact the following people to report:

General Advising Needs and Peer Tutoring – complete the advising and peer tutoring forms on the external website or contact Dr. Stacy Schmauss directly. 

Career Advising Needs – submit requests to

Inclusion and Diversity Needs – submit requests to

Coping Apps

  • All employees and their family members now have free access to myStrength’s online COVID-19 and Mental Wellness resources.
  • The COVID Coach app is a free mobile app created for everyone, including Veterans and Service members, to support self-care and overall mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It offers access to anxiety management tools such as audio-guided mindfulness and deep breathing, as well as exercises designed to address anxiety, trauma reactions, and relationship conflict.

For all other needs or with general questions, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 336-716-4271 or at  

Academic Computing Support

The Academic Computing team is working remotely. To better protect the safety of you and our staff, we will have office hours scheduled by appointments. 
To set up an appointment with us please create a ticket. We will provide support remotely to you as well since many issues can be addressed over the phone. Please put in a ticket for service and someone will get back to you. You can also reach us at 336-716-1410 Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm.

Guidelines for Reimaging Laptops for Graduating Students 

Students graduating in May must complete an Exit Process for laptops issued to them by the School of Medicine. Please read important information of the steps needed to be completed to exit with your laptop.

Enrollment Services

Financial Aid – contact or via phone at 336-716-4264 Option 2.

Registrar – for scheduling, licensure/credentialing paperwork contact or via phone at 336-716-4264 Option 3.

Bursar and student financial services – for student account information or financial aid refunds, contact