Wingate University strives to make education at an independent university affordable. In fact, one college-loan website ranks Wingate tops among North Carolina colleges and universities in providing financial aid.
The faculty at Wingate considers personal attention, active learning and global perspectives to be the core of the learning experience. Eighty-seven percent of the Wingate faculty hold the highest degree in their field.
Nearly one in five Wingate undergraduate students is preparing to be a pharmacist, physician assistant, physical therapist or nurse, and 71 percent of graduate students are enrolled in health sciences.
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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.
2020 graduates of the University's physician assistant studies program all passed their national certifying exam on the first try. That surpasses the national first-time-pass rate by five points.
As the number of Covid-19 cases increases in North Carolina, Wingate University is taking extra precautions to keep students and employees safe. All students are required to have a Covid-19 test on-site before being allowed to move into their residence halls, and employees are strongly encouraged to have a test.
On Jan. 21, Wingate will honor a student, a staff member and two faculty members for upholding the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Attorney Toussaint Romain, known for his peacemaking efforts in the midst of the 2016 Charlotte riots, will speak at the virtual event.
Chris and Melody Stinson helped their children set up agribusinesses as a way to teach them about life. Having grown up on the family farm, the kids have gone all in on the project.
OT student McKenzie Muse doesn't view deafness as a disability, but instead a doorway to a different culture, community and language. Wingate's new COTAD chapter gave her a chance to share that culture with her classmates.
Up to five students from Johnson C. Smith University, an HBCU in Charlotte, will get priority admission into Wingate's sport management graduate program.
Bessie Lowe's world has been turned upside down more than once in the past few years. Despite the pandemic, she's looking forward to a somewhat-normal life on campus come January.
In its fourth year, the Wingate Piano Competition awarded two scholarships and four cash prizes. Winners of this year's online version, announced Sunday, will also get free lessons from piano professor David Brooks.
Summer research will give Gracie McCallister a leg up as she heads toward the classroom to share her passion for history with middle schoolers.
In 13 countries around the world, Wingate students are making the best of a pandemic-induced situation that's left them stranded in their home countries rather than joining their peers on campus.
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.
Dr. Treavor Riley talks about mentorships and community partnerships. To view the full episode, click here.
Wingate University has named a new provost to lead the academic enterprise of the institution. Read more here.
Wingate student Kiera Young talks about her Charlotte Fashion Week debut.