The Wake Forest University School of Business offers a wide variety of events both on and off campus, in North Carolina and across the nation. Browse the events calendar below or use the search form to locate a specific event.

  • Apr
    17
    Attend

    MA in Management - Program Preview (prospective MA)

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Join members of the MA in Management program to discuss the application process, curriculum and employment outcomes for students interested in the program.
  • Apr
    18
    Attend

    Good Friday Holiday (UG, FTMBA, MA, MSA)

    Good Friday Holiday (UG, FTMBA, MA, MSA)
  • Apr
    19
    Attend

    GMAT Power Prep Course--Evening MBA Winston-Salem

    8:00 AM
    The Wake Forest Evening MBA program is pleased to offer a GMAT Power Prep Course designed to give you the skills and confidence needed to excel on the exam. This comprehensive 4 week course - one 8-hour Saturday session and 4 subsequent 3-hour sessions on Thursday evenings - will provide a combined 20 hours of face-to-face instruction by a certified test prep expert. The cost to participate is $250. If after participating in the course, you take the GMAT exam by May 31st, are admitted, AND enroll in the Wake Forest Evening MBA program, we will apply your $250 registration fee to your enrollment deposit. Don't miss this opportunity to start investing in your future! Registration is required. Event Dates and Times: April 19—8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. April 24—6:00-9:00 p.m. May 1—6:00-9:00 p.m. May 8—6:00-9:00 p.m. May 15—6:00-9:00 p.m.
  • Apr
    24
    Attend

    MA Advisory Board Meeting

    12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    Advisory board meeting for the MA in Management program.  
  • Apr
    25
    Attend

    MA Advisory Board Meeting

    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Advisory board meeting for the MA in Management program.  
  • Apr
    25
    Attend

    Fridays @ Farrell - Alumni Networking Social

    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Join us on April 25 at 5pm for Fridays @ Farrell on the Reynolds American Foundation Terrace. This event offers alumni a chance to network and socialize with fellow alums, 2014 graduating students, faculty, stafff, and School of Business supporters.
  • Apr
    26
    Attend

    1989 ExecMBA Reunion

    4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    The 1989 ExecMBA class would like to host a reunion dinner on April 26th in Farrell Hall.  
  • Apr
    28
    Attend

    Augustana Campus Visit (Prospective MSA Students)

    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Are you interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Accountancy degree? Come speak to Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Jen deGuzman, about the opportunities Wake Forest's MSA could provide you and the program's robust curriculum, job placement, and CPA pass rate.
  • Apr
    30
    Attend

    WFUSB Classes End (UG, MSA, CEV)

    WFUSB Classes End (UG, MSA, CEV)
  • Apr
    30
    Attend

    Muffins at Mimi's--April 30, 2014 (prospective Evening MBA WS)

    7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
    Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from Wake Forest's Schools of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA program, for coffee and learn about our Evening MBA program in Winston Salem. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to have your questions answered in a one-on-one setting. We encourage you to talk with Kevin and see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you!
  • Apr
    30
    Attend

    Muffins at Mimi's--June 11, 2014 (prospective Evening MBA WS)

    7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
    Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from Wake Forest's Schools of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA program, for coffee and learn about our Evening MBA program in Winston Salem. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to have your questions answered in a one-on-one setting. We encourage you to talk with Kevin and see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you!
  • May
    1
    Attend

    WFUSB Classes End (WEV)

    WFUSB Classes End (WEV)
  • May
    2
    Attend

    Done In A Day for MA--May 2, 2014 (prospective MA)

    9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Done in a Day is a unique accelerated admissions process for Master of Arts in Management applicants where participants receive an admissions decision within hours of the event's conclusion. Applicants forgo completing the written admissions essay in exchange for three, 30-minute interviews with admissions officers, career coaches, and faculty. In order to be eligible, your application and all application components (official transcript, online application and GRE or GMAT score) must be received by our office by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before the event. In addition, participants must meet certain GMAT or GRE score minimums (600/310 respectively) and GPA of 3.3. During this event you may also visit class with a current student (if class is in session) and enjoy lunch with one of our Student Ambassadors. Space is limited, and your participation is only confirmed once you have received correspondence from our office indicating that you are eligible to participate. This event is only open to US citizens and US permanent residents.
  • May
    2
    Attend

    Done In A Day for Full-time MBA--May 2, 2014 (prosepctive full-time MBA)

    9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Done in a Day is a unique accelerated admissions process for Full-time MBA applicants where participants receive an admissions decision within hours of the event's conclusion. Applicants forgo completing the written admissions essay in exchange for two, 30-minute interviews with admissions officers, career coaches and faculty. In order to participate, your application and all application components (official transcript, two recommendations and official GRE or GMAT score) must be received by our office by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before the event. In addition, participants must have a minimum GMAT score of 620 or GRE score of 317. During this event you may also visit class with a current student (if class is in session) and enjoy lunch with one of our Student Ambassadors. Space is limited, and your participation is only confirmed once you have received correspondence from our office indicating that you are eligible to participate.  This event is only open to US citizens and US permanent residents.  JD/MBA candidates may participate only if they are currently enrolled in the Wake Forest School of Law.
  • May
    2
    Attend

    Done In A Day for EVEMBA--May 2, 2014 (prosective Evening MBA)

    9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Done in a Day is a unique accelerated admissions process for Evening MBA applicants where participants receive an admissions decision within hours of the event's conclusion. Applicants forgo completing the written admissions essay in exchange for three, 30-minute interviews with admissions officers, career coaches and faculty. In order to be eligible, your application and all application components (official transcript, two recommendations and GRE or GMAT score) must be received by our office by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before the event. In addition, participants must meet certain GMAT or GRE score minimums (500/300 respectively). Space is limited, and your participation is only confirmed once you have received correspondence from our office indicating that you are eligible to participate.  This event is only open to US citizens and US permanent residents.
  • May
    2
    Attend

    Done In A Day for MSA--May 2, 2014 (prospective MSA)

    9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Done in a Day is a unique accelerated admissions process for Master of Science in Accountancy applicants where participants receive an admissions decision within hours of the event's conclusion. Applicants forgo completing the written admissions essay in exchange for two, 30-minute interviews with admissions officers, career coaches and faculty. In order to participate, your application and all application components (official transcript, two recommendations and official GMAT score) must be received by our office by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before the event. In addition, participants must have a minimum GMAT score of 600. During this event you may also enjoy lunch with one of our Student Ambassadors. Space is limited, and your participation is only confirmed once you have received correspondence from our office indicating that you are eligible to participate. This event is only open to US citizens and US permanent residents.
  • May
    3
    Attend

    WFUSB Classes End (CST)

    WFUSB Classes End (CST)
  • May
    3
    Attend

    School of Business Faculty Recognition Event

    6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
  • May
    9
    Attend

    WFUSB Classes End (MA, FTMBA)

    WFUSB Classes End (MA, FTMBA)
  • May
    9
    Attend

    Lunch and Learn: Roger Beahm, Professor and Executive Director for Wake Forest University Center for Retail Innovation

    11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
    Are brands really destined to follow the four basic stages of the product lifecycle, i.e., introduction, growth, maturity, and decline? Why is it that some brands have short lifecycles, yet others are still around after more than a century? How can you keep your brand - whether that brand is a product, a service, or a whole company - from falling prey to this accepted destiny? Join Roger Beahm, Professor of the Practice in Marketing at the Wake Forest University School of Business and Executive Director of the Wake Forest University Center for Retail Innovation, as he tells us how. Roger also serves as a Resident Professor at the Wake Forest University training center in Managua, Nicaragua. Registration is required and open to current and prospective students, alumni and the general public.
  • May
    10
    Attend

    WFUSB International Trips Begin

    WFUSB International Trips Begin
  • May
    12
    Attend

    Charlotte GMAT Prep Workshop 6-9p.m. (with mini meet & mingle info session from 5:30-6pm)

    6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    It's never too soon to start preparing for the GMAT! Join us for a preparatory session, review GMAT questions, and learn test-taking tips. An entire quantitative section of the GMAT is covered during this three-hour workshop. Our GMAT Prep Workshops are offered at no charge and are open to prospective students interested in any of our graduate business programs. Registration is required.
  • May
    14
    Attend

    Table at Tate's--May 14, 2014 (prospective Evening MBA)

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
    Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from the Wake Forest Schools of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA program, for drinks and learn about our Evening MBA program in Winston Salem. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to have your questions answered in a one-on-one setting. We encourage you to talk with Kevin and see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you!
  • May
    14
    Attend

    Table at Tate's--July 23, 2014 (prospective Evening MBA)

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
    Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from the Wake Forest Schools of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA program, for drinks and learn about our Evening MBA program in Winston Salem. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to have your questions answered in a one-on-one setting. We encourage you to talk with Kevin and see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you!
  • May
    15
    Attend

    Speaker Series: Danny Morrison, President of the Carolina Panthers

    6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
    In his fifth year as president of the Carolina Panthers, Danny Morrison continues to make an indelible imprint on the organization through his foresight and tireless energy. Under his guidance, the Panthers have been innovative and aggressive in improving the fan experience while reaching new levels in corporate support and sponsorships. On the league level, Morrison has established a presence as chairman of the NFL sub-committee on college relations. He also serves on NFL working groups for fan experience and coaches’ benefits. Prior to joining the Panthers in September of 2009, Morrison was in his fifth year as director of athletics at Texas Christian University. During his tenure, Morrison directed the development of the athletics program into one of the most successful in the nation. Join Danny Morrison as he discusses the similarities and differences between college and professional football. Registration is required and open to current and prospective students and alumni, only.