Tuition deposits may be sent via peerTransfer. peerTransfer is highly recommended and is Wake Forest University’s preferred method of payment for international students. There are no additional wire transfer fees using peerTransfer, and peerTransfer allows both the student and Wake Forest to track payments through the transfer process. You can find more information on peerTransfer at http://wfu.peertransfer.com.
In order to identify where wire proceeds are to be applied, please include the following information:
- Full name of student
- Student ID number. If the student ID number is not available, please use eight zeros (00000000) in the ID field.
- Identify the program in the School of Law for which you are making a payment.
The student’s account will be credited with the amount received. Please notify the International Graduate Programs office that the wire transfer has been made by sending an email to Jenny Hutcherson at firstname.lastname@example.org with the confirmation. When forwarding the confirmation of payment, please include both your full name and the program you will be joining.
You may also pay tuition, deposits and application fees via personal check. Checks should be made payable to Wake Forest University. If available, the Student ID Number should appear on the check to ensure that it is properly credited to the student’s account. Please note that Wake Forest does not accept post-dated checks.
Checks should be mailed to:
Wake Forest University School of Law
International Graduate Programs
P.O. Box 7206, 1834 Wake Forest Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
For Overnight Delivery:
Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Road
Reynolda Hall Room 107
Winston-Salem, NC 27106-8758
For more information about payment methods, visit the Student Financial Services website.