School of Pharmacy
Wingate Hendersonville PharmD Program
Earn your Doctor of Pharmacy degree in a picture-perfect mountainous community.
In 2018, the School of Pharmacy had the most students in its history to accept postgraduate residency training positions.
Students value the small class size, approximately 20 students per class, and interaction with classmates, faculty and campus dean. As a result the bonding experiences are plentiful and leave a lasting impression.
Students come to Wingate University School of Pharmacy from various educational and professional backgrounds to receive an affordable, student-centered education with consistent superior program outcomes. If you believe that our Doctor of Pharmacy Program is the right fit for you, we invite you to consider the next steps of the admissions process. Admissions to Wingate University School of Pharmacy is competitive. Applicants are required to apply through PharmCAS for admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy Program in Wingate and Hendersonville.
PharmCAS Application Important Dates for the 2018-2019 Cycle
- July 18th, 2018: PharmCAS Application opens
- September 4th, 2018: Early Decision deadline for applicants
- June 3rd, 2019: Application deadline
- Complete the PharmCAS Application and send the following directly to PharmCAS:
- Official transcripts from all college coursework including dual enrollment courses taken in high school
- Official PCAT scores (PharmCAS Code 104)
- Three letters of recommendation
- Personal statement
“As Dean Supernaw noted during the interview process, the immersive IPPE and APPE programs ensured students exited the program as confident, competent practitioners, ready to engage patients and other healthcare providers in every capacity,” Ryan said. “Or he may have just said we would have swagger.”
“My interview with faculty ensured me that I would be receiving a top-notch education at Wingate University,” Nur said.
Nur is now a full-time pharmacist at her father’s practice. She is bringing a modern approach by incorporating medication therapeutic management services that she learned about in some of her favorite classes.
“The pharmacy I work at was actually a rotation site Wingate had placed me into during my fourth year,” Hannah said. “I never planned on choosing long-term care, and going into the rotation I thought it was going to be the one I would enjoy the least.”
Parth remembers being part of a team of students who set up health fairs to educate the community on various health-related topics, like the importance of using sunscreen.
“These opportunities to provide community service with my fellow classmates helped to develop personal relationships outside of the classroom,” Parth said.
Henderson County Health Sciences Center
805 6th Avenue W Suite 200
Hendersonville, NC 28739-4137