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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: 704-233-8633.

Email: pharmacy@wingate.edu

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

Virtual Tour

 

Hendersonville Campus

Schedule a tour during the day, Monday - Friday

Phone: 828-697-0105

Email: 

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

Hotel Accommodations

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.

 

Jordan Dunlap, P4

Jordan completed B.S. in Biology at UNC Chapel Hill. She chose to attend WUSOP to get more individualized time with her professors. Her goal is to pursue a career in pediatric pharmacology with a focus on infectious disease or oncology.

jo.dunlap@wingate.edu

Howard Gaines, P2

Howard studied Pre-Pharmacy at Wingate University. He chose WUSOP because of the amount of kindness and assistance he received during the application process. He describes WUSOP as “one big family”. Howard hopes to join the United States Navy after pharmacy school and eventually work in Veteran Affairs.

ho.gaines@wingate.edu

Amanda Palcic, P3

Amanda completed her prerequisites at Central Piedmont Community College. She chose WUSOP because of the helpfulness the entire student body and faculty provides, as well as the community outreach activities that are available. Amanda is interested in a career in community pharmacy.

ma.palcic@wingate.edu

Kashif Panjwani, P2

Kashif is from Fayetteville, GA and completed a B.S. in Microbiology from Emory University in Atlanta. He chose WUSOP because of the feeling of family and the close knit community. Kashif has experience in a community pharmacy setting, but he wants to keep his options open about what field of pharmacy he pursues.

ka.panjwani@wingate.edu

Micaela Hayes, P2

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.

mi.hayes304@wingate.edu

May Kou Vang, P2

May is from Minneapolis, Minnesota and graduated with a B.A. in History from the University of Minnesota. She chose WUSOP because she was impressed with the hands-on approach and that students were exposed to pharmacy settings in the first year.

ma.vang467@wingate.edu

Happyness Crisler, P4

Happyness completed her prerequisites at Forsyth Technical College. She chose WUSOP because of the curriculum and having summers off. Happyness hopes to work in either a hospital or retail setting.

ha.mtiba@wingate.edu

Caleb Ramey, P3

Caleb attended Wingate University to complete his pharmacy prerequisites. He chose WUSOP because he felt like the school embodied the profession of pharmacy and did not limit students to the traditional role of the pharmacist. Caleb is unsure about what field of pharmacy he will pursue, but he knows the faculty will help him reach his goals.

ca.ramey@wingate.edu