Coming to Wingate for the Fall semester? Route 1896 is the way to get here. Take a few minutes to make sure you're ready for our check-in process to make things easier on move-in day.
Wingate's fourth Fulbright winner in the last four years is also a keen observer with loads of curiosity and charisma.
From Australia to Zimbabwe—Wingate University welcomes international students from over 45 countries each year. And with a range of overseas opportunities, including our renowned W’International Program, we encourage and nurture our students to be world citizens.
The time is now to join the Wingate family and become part of the Class of '23. Wherever your interests lead, we'll help you follow your dream. Say Yes to Wingate and start your journey.
According to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, 96 percent of first-year students entering Wingate in 2017 said the University's good academic reputation was important or very important in their decision to attend Wingate.
A talented soprano in the top 10 percent of her high school class, Joni Wagoner couldn’t be more thrilled about becoming part of Wingate’s Class of 2022. But without the classes of 2009 and 2012, she might not be a Bulldog.
New and returning Bulldogs headed to Wingate University for the fall semester will notice more than a few changes on campus to better serve the school’s growing student body.
If you are headed this way, now’s the time to set a course toward Route 1896, the check-in process that is required before you can pick up your room keys.
Three years after earning her undergraduate degree, Jade Montgomery is flying high as the offensive engine for Finnish soccer team IK Myran. The former Bulldog All-American has her pro team atop the standings of Finland's second division.
It’s a paradox: The world is getting smaller, but the language learning gap in the U.S. is growing. To help tackle part of the problem, Melanie Keel, an assistant education professor at Wingate University, and rising senior Leanne Mansfield went to Ecuador this summer to see how children there learn English.
Even before enrolling at Wingate University, Hannah Teague knew that as a biology major with hopes of becoming a doctor she’d need some research experience on her medical-school application. What she didn’t expect is an opportunity that would take her to Idaho twice this year to rub shoulders with lead scientists from the United States Department of Agriculture.
For the fourth time in four years, Wingate University has been recognized as a wonderful place to work.
Dr. Stephen Morris has recently been honored as the University's first "distinguished professor." Morris, who recently retired from teaching, will maintain his affiliation with Wingate as he continues to do research and spread the word about the use of physical therapy by cancer patients.
Rising Wingate University junior Matthew Warren is using his love of economics to research North Carolina's "education deserts."
Gabriela Cabrera is a regular Renaissance woman. Set to complete degrees in communications and religious studies at Wingate next spring, Cabrera eventually plans to get her doctorate in criminology. She's spending her summer studying female slaves in Greek and Roman funerary art.
Our alumni are making us proud everywhere from Main Street to Malaysia. Wingate graduates are on mission in the Dominican Republic, making music and movies on the West Coast and making themselves available as mentors to our students. They're also giving back to the tune of more than 1,000 gifts during this year's annual campaign.
Kristen Bartlett wanted to be a comedy writer since she was 12 years old. She brought her blue-collar background and strong work ethic to Wingate from the North Carolina mountains, found her tribe in the English Department, and interned at CBS. After years of sketch and improv classes in New York, Bartlett caught her big break with SNL.
A gentle giant from a family of factory workers in High Point, Anthony Griffey came alive when he stepped on stage at Wingate University in the late 1980s. He went on to earn degrees from Eastman and Juilliard and has shared his golden voice with audiences all over the world. This fall, he'll play Mr. Strutt in an operatic performance of Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie at New York's Metropolitan Opera.
Fabio Azeredo, a starting forward on the Bulldog soccer team, carried his ukulele around with him on campus and won a talent contest with a freestyle rap. Now back in his native land, he uses entertainment to educate others and prompt them to think.
Brandon Crumpton's company, Key Signature, has claimed a big chunk of the entertainment-booking business in Charlotte and the surrounding region. A 2003 grad, he took on the 2012 Democratic National Convention, and said the event pushed his business ahead five years.