Online Resources

Lifelong Learning is going online this Fall, with the first class beginning October 5. Classes will be offered on into December. We expect that our Spring 2021 classes will also be online starting around February 1.

In addition, Wake Forest has developed a range of online resources for learning and life, specially selected for this time of physical distancing and isolation.  The online connections we can all share right now are important to our well-being and sense of community.  To strengthen these connections, we offer here a variety of learning opportunities from across the university that are available to you with just a couple of clicks.

The Continuing Studies Office does not have detailed information on everything you will find on these campus resource pages, so we encourage you to reach out to the particular office or department for details.  If you would like to learn more about our credit and non-credit programs in Continuing Studies, click on the dropdown menus for Liberal Arts Studies and Lifelong Learning above.

Helping Ourselves and Others

In a time of global crisis, we need to take care of our own well-being, and do whatever we can to help others — in our families, organizations, and communities.

Taking Care of You: Well-Being and Practical Concerns

Resources on a variety of ways to help you maintain your sense of well-being, as we all learn to adjust to working and living in a world of physical distancing.

Thrive Remotely

Serving Others in a Time of Need

Follow this Office of Civic & Community Engagement link for getting involved with the local community virtually and serving those who are experiencing loss.

Virtual Engagement

MOVE with Christina Soriano and her team

Short, seated movement warm ups for all to enjoy.


COVID-19’s impact on our lives

The worldwide pandemic is affecting every aspect of our lives, in our communities, regions, nations, and global relationships. One of our strengths as a liberal arts university is that we can draw upon accomplished scholars in a wide variety of fields for wisdom on how to think about this virus, respond to it, and prepare for what may lie ahead. We hope you will find these resources helpful, and we will keep adding to them along the way.

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