P3 pharmacy students put their skills to the test during a recent lab exercise at Central Piedmont Community College’s Simulation Center.
School of Pharmacy
Wingate University School of Pharmacy is committed to training the next generation of pharmacy practitioners, leaders, and innovators.
You ARe at the Center
The faculty and staff of Wingate University believe in putting students and teaching first. While we place the patient at the center of our healthcare equation, we place the student at the center of our academic mission.
Greetings! I am happy to welcome you to the Wingate University School of Pharmacy, a vibrant, learner-centered institution offering a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program with a choice of two campus sites: Wingate and Hendersonville. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, the Wingate School of Pharmacy has been taking giant strides in pharmacy education since it was founded in 2003.
Supported by a low student-to-faculty ratio, our faculty and staff remain firmly focused on empowering students to become leaders who will make a difference in the wellbeing of their communities. Our 2023 PharmD graduates are living proof of our success, boasting an 88% residency match rate—well above the national average.
As Dean, I invite you to explore our website, designed as a useful resource for future students and any others wanting to learn about the dynamic educational experience and opportunities we provide. If you need more information, or if you’d like to speak to a staff member, our office “door” is always open—online and in-person—so please don’t hesitate to reach out.
As we aspire to fulfill our School of Pharmacy’s vision of providing a transformative experience, I welcome your curiosity and interest along each stage of our journey.
Welcome to WUSOP! Go Bulldogs!
Dr. Sue Bruce
Take a look at recent publications and accomplishments from faculty in the Wingate School of Pharmacy.
Four students take on leadership roles with an eye on effecting change in the pharmacy profession and preparing for the next steps in their careers.
Ambulatory Care Pharmacist of the Year Shawn Taylor shares her passion for helping those less fortunate and helps Wingate students expand their vision of pharmacy.
Jocelyn Davenport has embraced opportunities to make a difference in her community by educating area residents about the Covid vaccine and other public health issues.
Student volunteers survey residents and address vaccine concerns with help from Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and Food Lion Feeds.
Health sciences students have helped administer hundreds of vaccinations in the battle against Covid. This weekend, they'll continue their efforts at a huge vaccination clinic in Monroe.