Who We Are
The mission of the Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (CLASS) is to provide opportunities for all students to achieve academic success.
The Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success acknowledges the diverse educational and cultural experiences of every student we serve. We are committed to fostering accessible and equitable learning environments and are dedicated to advancing anti-racist practices and reducing systemic barriers in the educational setting. We put these concepts into practice by providing a range of services, education, and resources that extend to the entire campus community. Our aim is to highlight disability and learning access as essential dimensions of equity, inclusion, and diversity.
CLASS works with students with documented disabilities to facilitate equal access to the academic experience at Wake Forest.
Students: Use our Student Portal to register with our office and manage your accommodations.
Faculty: Use our Faculty Portal to view student accommodation letters.
CLASS encourages all students at Wake Forest to connect with our academic success services—ask for support early & often!
Use our Student Portal to schedule an academic coaching appointment.
Check our Tutoring Schedule to schedule an appointment with one of our undergraduate peer tutors.
CLASS fosters active student involvement and peer education in our campus and community outreach initiatives.
Join CLASS as a peer tutor or as a volunteer in our Deacs Like Me & CLASS Ambassadors programs.
Attend our signature events: Outreach Workshop Learning Series (OWLS) and Academic Resources Awareness Week (ARAW).
Your CLASS team is committed to your health and wellbeing. Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 336-758-5929.