Proud student graduates pharmacy school.

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.

An image of the front of the Wingate Magazine for Spring 2021.
 

In celebration of our quasquicentennial, we present 125 difference-makers from throughout Wingate's storied history: professors, staff members, alumni, presidents, trustees and other members of the Wingate family.

FIND YOUR PATH

The time is now to join the Wingate family and become part of the fastest growing independent university in the state. Wherever your interests lead, we'll help you follow your dream. Say Yes to Wingate and start your journey.

Next Steps

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.

Several students are gathered in the Wingate amphitheater. In the foreground are a group of three looking at a laptop.

What is personal branding? And how can college students, both athletes and non-athletes, benefit from building their brand? Wingate is helping students find the answers to these and related questions with a new Name, Image and Likeness policy and a brand camp.

Cull Jordan III

Cull Jordan III majored in history and minored in English at Wingate before heading off to law school. He'll take his 20 years of experience as a prosecutor and defense attorney to the bench in Cumberland County.

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.