Advising refers to a variety of support we offer all of our MD program students on all campuses for sustained success in courses, clerkships and exam preparation. This is provided in a variety of ways by a team of faculty, staff and students.

We encourage each student to take advantage of all of the available resources to help maximize their learning and success in medical school. The Office of Student Affairs serves as the hub – disseminating information regarding student led review sessions, study guides and board prep while also helping to schedule students with peer tutors and faculty advisors. 

Any student who currently has learning differences or disabilities that require accommodations or a student who is concerned they may need testing can reach out to Wake Forest University’s Center for Learning, Access and Student Success.