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The Wingate University School of Pharmacy welcomes you to campus.

We do our best to tell you what it is like to attend the Wingate University School of Pharmacy. But reading and watching videos do not compare to an on-campus visit in Wingate or Hendersonville, NC. This is why we would like to extend an invitation to interested students to tour our campus facilities.

Wingate Campus

Schedule a tour during the day, Monday - Friday

Phone: 704-233-8331


Levine College of Health Sciences
515 N Main Street
Wingate, NC 28174

Hendersonville Campus

Schedule a tour during the day, Monday - Friday

Phone: 828-697-0105


Henderson County Health Sciences Center
Wingate University
805 6th Avenue W Suite 200
Hendersonville, NC 28739-4137

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Connect with a Pharmacy Student Ambassador

Gain First-Hand Knowledge about Student Life at Wingate University School of Pharmacy

The Pharmacy Student Ambassadors are a group of current pharmacy students who seek to make the admissions process seamless and welcoming. Student Ambassadors are a resource for any student considering applying to pharmacy school. We welcome prospective students to contact us with questions about Wingate University School of Pharmacy, the admissions process, or the day in the life of a pharmacy student.

Josh Rumph, P4

Josh is from Clemson, SC and completed pharmacy prerequisites at Tri-County Technical College. He chose WUSOP-Hendersonville because of the small class size, incredibly welcoming faculty and staff, and a love of the mountains. Josh hopes to complete a residency after graduation with the goal of working as a clinical pharmacist in an inpatient setting.

Tyler Boyd, P4

Tyler completed a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Georgia. He chose to attend WUSOP because of the genuine, “family-like” atmosphere the school displays. Tyler plans on finishing his final year of pharmacy school at Wake Forest Baptist Health while going through the residency process. He hopes to match with an academic medical center to continue his training. His interests include internal medicine, cardiology, infectious diseases, and teaching.​​​​​​​

Jackie Brogie, P4

Jackie completed her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry at the University of South Florida, Tampa. She chose WUSOP's Hendersonville Campus because of the smaller class sizes and the great support from faculty and staff. As a pharmacy technician at The Free Clinics of Henderson County, she had the opportunity to work with WUSOP faculty members and students and was always impressed by their professionalism, knowledge, and approachability. Spending time with them solidified her decision to choose WUSOP for completing her degree.

Jackson Hetzler, P4

Jackson completed his prerequisite courses at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. He chose WUSOP because it offers a curriculum that has students rotating to different areas of pharmacy throughout their 4 years of school. After graduation he plans to pursue a residency, but is unsure what area of pharmacy he wants to practice.

Micaela Hayes, P4

Michaela Hayes, Wingate School of Pharmacy Student

Micaela completed her undergraduate coursework at Queens University of Charlotte. She chose WUSOP because she felt like she was “more than just a number” and could have a direct relationship with her professors. Micaela is excited about exploring the different career opportunities in pharmacy and is especially interested in working in a hospital setting.

Nancy Tran, P2

Nancy graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Texas in Austin. She chose WUSOP because of the institute's curriculum focused on producing pharmacists that have both the scientific literacy and interpersonal skills to provide great care for patients and to contribute to the scientific and healthcare community.

Andrew Cartwright, P3

Andrew studied Pre-Pharmacy at Wingate University. He chose to attend WUSOP due to the practice experiences that they make readily available.  Andrew plans to do two years of residency in pharmacy-based management after getting his PharmD and hopes to work in management over pharmacy operations in a hospital.

Mucheng Yang, P3

Mucheng completed his dual degree in B.S. Biology and B.A. Chemistry at University of Missouri –Kansas City. He chose WUSOP because rotation experiences started first year of pharmacy school. In addition, the professors are always willing to go the extra mile to help the students. Mucheng is interested in compounding pharmacy; however, he is keeping an open mind to all field of pharmacy.