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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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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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Look Who's Coming to Wingate

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Welcome to Wingate University! To introduce yourself to your classmates, email a photo and short bio of yourself to Luanne Williams, Director of Content Development, and we'll post it here!

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A picture of Wingate University student, Tanner Bringer.

Tanner Bringer graduated from South Iredell High School, Statesville, NC. He plans to major in Biology, Pre-Dental. Tanner is very excited about joining Wingate Men's Soccer Club.

 

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A picture of Wingate University student, Abi Pollari.

Accomplished soccer forward and 100-goal scorer Abi Pollari is headed to Wingate from Sunapee, New Hampshire. She plans to study education.

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A picture of Bakiyah Thompson.

Bakiyah Thompson graduated from Union County Early College High School and South Piedmont Community College. She plans to finish her bachelor's at Wingate with a degree in exercise science. "I can't wait to meet everyone," Bakiyah says. "I am so excited to start school in the fall. GO BULLDOGS!

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An image of Wingate student Cameron Russell.

Cameron Russell graduated from Cranberry High School in Seneca, Pennsylvania. He was voted first-team all-state on both sides of the ball in football and is also a two-time state medalist in track and field, holding school records in both sports. Cameron plans to major in sport management.

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A photo of Kaitlyn Dembowski

Kaitlyn Dembowski graduated from Marvin High School and is excited about attending Wingate University in the fall.  She plans on studying History and Secondary Education with the hopes of becoming a High School Teacher.  Kaitlyn is also excited about joining the Wingate Volleyball Club.

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A photo of Emily Myers.

Emily Myers graduated from North Iredell High School in Olin, North Carolina, and won the Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship from the Statesville Woman’s Club. The daughter of Dewayne and Kelli Myers of Statesville, Myers has chosen pre-pharmacy as her major.

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A photo of Alyson Marie Kelly.

Alyson Marie Kelly graduated early from Lake Lure Classical Academy. She plans to major in finance with a minor in management.

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A photo of Ricardo Aguilar.

A graduate of Hopewell High in Huntersville, Venezuela native Ricardo Aguilar is starting his college career at South Piedmont Community College with a goal of finishing his bachelor’s at Wingate with a degree in sport management. He enjoys playing soccer and hopes to one day work for FIFA. Aguilar is part of the Road to Wingate program.

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A photo of Isabella McCray.

Isabella McCray graduated from Anson High School and earned an associate degree at South Piedmont Community College this spring. Diagnosed with lupus at age 11, McCray wants to become a nurse. At SPCC, she was inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success. She earned a Gateway Scholarship to Wingate.

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Nataleigh Leach is headed to Wingate from Jackson High School in Jackson, Georgia.

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A photo of Lucinda Andrews.

Lucinda Andrews, a graduate of Mount Kelly School in Tavistock, England, will bring her skills as a freestyle and backstroke specialist to the Bulldog women’s swim team. “I am super excited to announce my commitment to continue my swimming and academic studies at Wingate University,” Andrews says. “Thank you to all of the friends, family and coaches who helped me through the process. Go Bulldogs!”

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A photo of Lindsee Newman.

Lindsee Newman from Monument, Colorado, graduated from Palmer Ridge High School and looks forward to becoming a student-athlete at Wingate. “I am excited to be challenged by my teammates and reach big goals,” she says. “It is an honor to be recruited to swim with such an incredible swim team. I look forward to learning and growing with my Bulldog family. I love the Faith, Knowledge, Service motto and plan to execute that in all I do during my four years!”

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A photo of Nic Arnold.

Nic Arnold, a graduate of Cape Henlopen High in Lewes, Delaware, will bring his skills to Wingate’s men’s lacrosse team.

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A photo of Blake Gipko.

Blake Gipko started playing lacrosse at age 7 and will bring his skills to Wingate’s men’s lacrosse team. He’s a graduate of Cape Henlopen High in Lewes, Delaware, where he was a member of the National Honors Society.

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A graduate of Faith Christian School in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Shaikey Hardy will play football for the Bulldogs, a sport he says fits his personality. “I feel like I love football no matter what,” he says. “I love working out; I love going to the field every day; it just fits me.” Hardy, who will play linebacker, made most of his impact at the high school level as a runner.

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Arianna Escalona Sanchez

Venezuela-native Arianna Geraldine Escalona Sanchez graduated in the top 10 percent of her class at Bluffton High School in South Carolina. She has stayed on the honor roll all four years, played for the tennis team and took part in her school’s Youth in Government program as well as DECA.

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A picture of Chloe Greer.

Chloe Greer, a graduate of West Davidson High School in Davidson County, North Carolina, is among 215 students who earned $12,000 scholarships ($3,000 annually for four years) from the Golden LEAF Foundation.

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A current high school junior from Woodford, Virginia, Annika Luce has committed to swim for Wingate. She will graduate from Fredericksburg Academy in spring 2022 and join the Bulldogs’ class of 2026. She currently swims for the Rappahannock Y Swim Team where she is a Futures qualifier. At the 2020 VISAA Swim and Dive Championships, Luce placed third in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:06.43.

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Lacrosse player Peyton Farley led his high school team in Fort Mill, S.C., in takeaways, playing both defense and long stick middle positions. He was a team captain, a four-year varsity starter and a member of the 2019 state championship team.

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Tanner Willis will bring his lacrosse skills to Wingate from E.A. Laney High School in Wilmington.

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Upon graduation from Brentwood High School in Brentwood, New York, Norberto Dehoyos will head to Wingate to study education and athletic training and play lacrosse, a sport he fell in love with in fourth grade.

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Haley McCourt started playing lacrosse in seventh grade and made the varsity team as a high school freshman. A strong academic student, she has also played field hockey and is a diver. Much of her community service work has been as a member of Interact, a club sponsored by Rotary International. McCourt is a graduate of Plymouth Whitemarsh High School in Pennsylvania.

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A graduate of Cornerstone Charter Academy in Greensboro, Sophia Maisano was part of the E3 Endurance High School squad that placed second at the 2019 USA Triathlon National High School Championships. At Wingate, she’ll take part in triathlon and will study sports science.

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Dylan Kirchner is an inaugural member of the Bulldogs triathlon team. A graduate of Seneca Valley High School in Cranberry Twp., Pennsylvania, she is from one of the largest youth triathlon programs in Pennsylvania. She is interested in the Physician Assistant Studies Program at Wingate.

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Lydia Radonavitch, who helped lead her Shoreham-Wading River High School soccer team to a state title in 2019, has signed with Wingate. She is from Wading River, New York.

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Affectionately known as “Big Rig,” Liam Hoogstraten spent the last several years playing lacrosse with the Seattle Starz program in Washington State. A senior and honor roll student at Robert Bateman Secondary School in Abbotsford, British Columbia, he will bring his talents to Wingate in the fall.

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A stand-out lineman for the Union Pines Viking football team, Andrew McCormick officially signed to bring his talents to Wingate in the fall of 2021. McCormick plans on majoring in Nursing.

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A football team captain out of Model High School in Rome, GA, Luke Holtzendorf signed to play football for the Bulldogs in the fall. He is a two sport athlete in track and football that holds a school record in the 400-meter dash.

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A two sport athlete at Cuthbertson High School, Evan Bernard plans to bring his football talents to Wingate in the fall. Bernard was a nominee for the South Charlotte Sports Leadership Award in 2019 and is a member of the Athletic Advisory Board at Cuthbertson. He plans on studying Health Science - Pre-Med.

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Tremel Jones, a wide receiver out of Richmond Senior High School, officially committed to play football on National Signing Day. Jones is from Rockingham, North Carolina.

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