Admissions & Aid
The Enrollment Management Team works to find the right financial aid solution for you. Grant, scholarship, student loan, and work-study opportunities help make a Wingate University education affordable. Please contact your enrollment officer if you have any questions. Together, we’ll help find a way for you to become a Bulldog.
Congratulations on being accepted to Wingate University. To secure your place in the incoming class, you’ll need to use this secure online form to pay the security deposit of $300. The deposit tells us you’re serious about becoming a Bulldog.
The form itself is safe and secure. Just have your credit card ready and follow the simple directions. If you experience any issues when completing and submitting the form, please call 704-233-8370, or you can e-mail email@example.com!
Enrolling NOW for 2020
To apply for financial aid, you must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, better known as the FAFSA. The FAFSA application is available beginning October 1, and we recommend that you complete it by March 1.
Wingate's code is 002985If you have questions about how to apply for financial aid, you can always contact your enrollment officer at 800-755-5550.
YOUR TITLE IX COORDINATOR
In accordance with federal regulations, we’ve dedicated a Title IX Coordinator responsible for the administration and implementation of Wingate University’s Title IX compliance efforts. If you have Title IX questions, complaints or concerns, please contact:
Title IX Coordinator:
Nancy Horak Randall
Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX may be referred to the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR). The OCR ensures institutions receiving federal funding comply with Title IX regulations.
WHEN TO CONTACT YOUR TITLE IX COORDINATOR
If you feel you’ve been the victim of sexual harassment, misconduct, assault or violence or sex discrimination, we encourage you to reach out. That goes for students, faculty, staff, visitors and applicants for admission or employment. Federal and state laws prohibit retaliation against individuals who file a complaint in good faith or participate in an investigation involving an alleged Title IX violation.