• 27th Annual Marketing Summit

    12:30 pm — 7:30 pm

    The Marketing Summit is a student run case competition that offers both Graduate and Undergraduate students the opportunity to apply their marketing skills and creativity to real-world marketing challenges. Business School student teams from around the globe apply to compete in the Marketing Summit, hosted by the Center for Retail Innovation. Seven graduate teams and seven undergraduate teams are selected to compete at the Wake Forest University School of Business, to showcase their solutions to a marketing case and make the best presentation of their findings and recommendations.

  • MSA Red Carpet Weekend

    6:00 pm — 10:00 pm

    This annual admitted student event is a favorite among students and a great way to meet your future classmates. Attendees will engage in team-building activities and have the opportunity to explore Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem, as well as find a place to live. It’s never too early to start preparing for your MSA experience! This is a private, by-invitation-only event.

  • MSA Red Carpet Weekend

    8:30 am — 1:30 pm

    This annual admitted student event is a favorite among students and a great way to meet your future classmates. Attendees will engage in team-building activities and have the opportunity to explore Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem, as well as find a place to live. It’s never too early to start preparing for your MSA experience! This is a private, by-invitation-only event.

  • Charlotte MBA Information Session

    7:30 am — 9:00 am

    Are you thinking about earning your MBA? Meet Wake Forest School of Business staff for coffee and casual conversation to learn more about our MBA programs offered in Uptown Charlotte. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to get answers in a one-on-one setting. Come see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you! Registration is required.

  • Bring a Friend

    5:30 pm — 7:00 pm

    We invite you to join current and prospective students at the Camel City BBQ Factory in Winston-Salem to network and learn more about the Wake Forest Working Professional MBA program. This is a very relaxed gathering where participants can drop by according to their busy schedules. You are encouraged to bring along a co-worker or friend that you feel would benefit from attending the program. Spouses and SIGOs are always welcome! The Wake Forest Evening MBA program gives working professionals a practical way to accelerate their careers with comprehensive management skills, focusing on personal and team leadership development. The program melds conceptual fundamentals with workplace experience to develop students into passionate business leaders who model personal integrity while achieving practical results. Registration is suggested.

  • Virtual GMAT Prep Session

    6:00 pm — 9:00 pm

    Start prepping for the most widely taken graduate school admissions test from the comfort of your own home! Offered free of charge, this three-hour online session will review the structure of the GMAT, the types of questions and knowledge that the test expects you to understand, and of course a look at real GMAT questions in addition to tips for preparation and test-taking. Prep sessions are open to prospective students interested in any of our graduate business programs. Registration is required.

  • WFUSB Break (UG, MSA, MA, MSBA)

    WFUSB Break (UG, MSA, MA, MSBA)

  • WFUSB Break (CST)

    WFUSB Break (CST)

  • Lt. Gen. Charles Luckey: Professionalism and Readiness

    4:00 pm — 5:15 pm

    Lieutenant General Charles D. Luckey leads a force of more than 200,000 professionals with an organizational footprint that spans 50 states, 5 US territories, and 30 foreign countries. LTG Luckey is the model of a dedicated professional as a soldier and lawyer, and he has made stewardship of the soldier’s profession a hallmark of his leadership throughout his military service. LTG Luckey is the Chief of the Army Reserve and Commanding General of the US Army Reserve Command. The Army Reserve is a critical force provider of trained and ready units and Soldiers providing full spectrum capabilities essential for the Army to fight and win wars and respond to homeland emergencies on behalf of the American people. In 40 years of service in the United States Army and Army Reserve, LTG Luckey has commanded units at the battalion, brigade, and group level, culminating with his assignment as the commanding general of the 78th Division. He was recalled to active duty in 2008 and selected to serve as the Chief, Office of Security Cooperation in Baghdad, Iraq. Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Chief of Staff, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Northern Command and as Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for Reserve Matters. As a civilian, Lieutenant General Luckey is a litigation partner in the firm of Blanco Tackabery & Matamoros, P.A., located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. As a partner of the firm, he concentrates his practice on a mixture of criminal, domestic, and environmental matters in both State and Federal courts. He is admitted to practice law in an array of jurisdictions, including the Supreme Court of the United States.

  • Charlotte MBA Webinar

    6:00 pm — 6:30 pm

    Are you thinking about earning your MBA? Join us for a webinar to learn why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you. This 30-minute session will provide the opportunity to meet the Wake Forest staff and learn more about our Evening and Saturday MBA programs offered in Uptown Charlotte. Get all of your questions answered about the program and application process during the live Q&A. Registration is required.