Undergraduate Admissions

We make the application process easy and affordable! 

When you apply, you'll take advantage of these benefits:

  • No application fee
  • No essay required
  • Test score optional (We consider the whole student. You’re not just a number to us.)
  • No immediate official transcript required

Knowing you’ll be eager to hear back from us, you can count on a decision within two weeks of submitting your complete application! If admitted, you’ll even find out how much merit scholarship you’ve earned. 

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Sign up for free and earn scholarships from Wingate for each of your achievements during 9th-12th grade.

You can earn a minimum of $30,000 as a transfer student or $80,000 as a first year undergraduate student, over the course of four years, which will be part of your Wingate University scholarship or financial aid award. You may receive even more in your scholarship or financial aid package once we review your application, but the money you earn from Wingate University on RaiseMe is the minimum guaranteed amount you will receive from Wingate.

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Christian Higgins

Christian Higgins led the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagles in receiving yards as well as playing defense and special teams. A two-sport athlete in Parkland, Florida, Higgins will play football for the Bulldogs.

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Mia Kwiatkoski

Mia Kwiatkoski, a graduate of Calvert High School in Prince Frederick, Maryland, is headed to Wingate on a lacrosse scholarship.

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Bell commits to Wingate

Crossroads Christian basketball player Taylor Bell had to wait for his signing day due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but he formally committed to Wingate University during a small ceremony at the school in late May.

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Samantha Ingold

At South Davidson High School, Samantha Ingold was an all-American cheerleader, tennis player, impact club member, class vice president, student council member and was voted most dependable

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Kadyk happy with choice to play tennis at Wingate

Watauga High School tennis standout Jadyn Kadyk went undefeated in Northwestern Conference play. She added a 3-A Western Regional championship and finished with a fourth-place finish in the 3-A state tournament.

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Haley Faucette

Haley Faucette graduated from The Burlington School. She won a State Championship with the varsity girls soccer team in 2019.

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Ryann Stephens

Ryann Stephens is a graduate of Simon G. Atkins High School where he was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars and the Crosby Scholars.

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Hornets' Robinson signs with Wingate

After breaking track records at Aiken High School in South Carolina, LaToria Robinson heard from both Division I and Division II colleges. Why did she choose Wingate?

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