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Here we go!

We are so pleased to have our Bulldogs back, whether this is your first year or you're returning, check out the Welcome Week page to keep up with campus events and important reminders!


Wingate University is a laboratory of difference-making, aligning talent, resources and expertise with student learning opportunities to improve the human condition. What difference will you make?

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Find Your Program

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.

Coming soon: On-campus Farmer’s Market

Wingate's new Farmer's Market, set for Thursday afternoons, will feature locally produced fruits and veggies, meats, baked goods and specialty items. The market is open to the public and will accept SNAP/EBT benefits.

Wingate, Central Piedmont partner to expand college access

Central Piedmont Community College and Wingate University have launched a collaborative baccalaureate degree-completion program that will allow Central Piedmont grads to complete their bachelor's degrees at Wingate at a reduced cost.

Wayfind scholars earn Wingate scholarships

Wingate handed out full-tuition scholarships to 11 students in the first cohort of Wayfind, a college-access program created in 2019 by the University and Union County Public Schools.

Campus Community Spotlight

Our people set us apart from our peer institutions and help make the traditions and values that are unique to Wingate University. Through interviews with faculty, staff and students, you'll start to understand the phrase "The Wingate Way." To view more videos, click here.

college student talking about her major

A Golden Door Scholar and Political Science major, Lilian found her voice and confidence to be an advocate in the community.

A transfer graduate student studying occupational therapy, McKenzie brought a world of experience from the deaf community to her studies.

A video about Wingate University student Julia Lasure.

The Burnsville Learning Center in rural Anson County needed help discovering and cataloging who was buried in a Civil War-era cemetery. Wingate history professor, Dr. David Mitchell, proposed that Julia Lasure could tackle it as an internship.