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Find Your Counselor

Your Admissions Counselor is Randy Taylor
r.taylor@wingate.edu
(704) 233-6022

Valerie Graham

Your Admissions Counselor is Valerie Graham.
internationaladmissions@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8103

Your Admissions Counselor is Valerie Graham
valerie@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8103

Your Admissions Counselor is Anastasia Kee
a.kee@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8204

Beau Horne

Your Admissions Counselor is Beau Horne
b.horne@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8368

Beau Horne

Your Admissions Counselor is Beau Horne
b.horne@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8368

Your Admissions Counselor is Sandra Leyva
s.leyva@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8075

TJ Harrell

Your Admissions Counselor is TJ Harrell
ti.harrell@wingate.edu
(704) 233-6261

TJ Harrell

Your Admissions Counselor is TJ Harrell
ti.harrell@wingate.edu
(704) 233-6261

Mayra Rosales

Your Admissions Counselor is Mayra Rosales
m.rosales@wingate.edu
(704) 233-8017

Anastasia Kee
  • Undergraduate transfer students
  • Early College students

GET TO KNOW ANASTASIA

Loves crafting, musicals and Italian food!
 

What was your first impression of Wingate?
Everyone I met was so kind and showed how they truly cared for the students to be successful.

Why Wingate?
So a student can have many experiences to grow professionally by having networking opportunities as well as personable connections with faculty and staff.

Advice for the college search process?
Keep an open mind and do research on how different colleges and universities will help you reach your goals.

Describe Wingate in three words:
Community, growing, inspiring.

Advice for a transfer student?
Coming in as a transfer student can be intimidating but I would encourage everyone to get involved with on-campus clubs and organizations to meet new people who share the same interests as you!

What is your favorite place on campus?
Outside on the Stegall lawn looking at the pond fountain.


 

TJ Harrell
  • First-year students

GET TO KNOW TJ

Sports, I love film, I also enjoy reading!
 

What was your first impression of Wingate?
I have loved Wingate my entire life since I am from here but my first impression of campus was absolute amazement. It felt like a hidden gem in a small town.

Why Wingate?
A student would choose Wingate for the small intimate class sizes, the genuine love of the community on campus and to also become a well rounded global citizen.

Advice for the college search process?
My advice would be to take your time and research each school to make sure it aligns with your interests at heart. It's easy to feel rushed into a choice or to feel overwhelmed with such a life changing decision but be patient in exploring your choices.

Describe Wingate in three words:
Loving, Vibrant, Home

Advice for incoming freshmen?
My advice would be to prioritize your time. Time management is a huge component when transitioning from high school and it can make or break you. Plan ahead to avoid issues later in your academic journey.

What is your favorite place on campus?
Batte Center Rotunda


 

Beau Horne
  • First-year students
  • Music major students

GET TO KNOW Beau

Wearer of fun socks, binge-watcher of Friends, speaker of a Southern accent
 

What was your first impression of Wingate?
I always thought that Wingate was the place I would attend, and when I visited campus, I knew this was home!

Why Wingate?
The connections you can make here are unmatchable and lead to many opportunities.

Advice for the college search process?
Visit, Visit, Visit. You will never know the feeling of a place until you step foot on campus.

Describe Wingate in three words:
Comfortable, home, memorable.

Advice for incoming freshmen?
Take advantage of every opportunity offered and beware of the Wyooter (a Wingate legend).

What is your favorite place on campus?
The view at 34°59'10"N 80°26'42"W


 

Mayra Rosales

Mayra Rosales

Assistant Director for First-Year Admissions and Hispanic/Latinx Students
(704) 233-8017
mayra@wingate.edu

  • First-year students in Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Richmond, Stanly and Union counties in North Carolina
  • Hispanic/Latinx Students

GET TO KNOW MAYRA

Professional Student, Recovering Overachiever, Sports Movie Lover.
 

What was your first impression of Wingate?
Where is that? Even when I am originally from Charlotte, which is just 35 minutes away!

Why Wingate?
There are so many reasons a student should choose Wingate! If I had to pick one, I would say Wingate's investment in every student's growth and success regardless of race, ethnicity, financial status, etc. We want students to be successful academically, socially and emotionally. We help them do that by equipping them with resources from the time they are interested in Wingate until they graduate.

Advice for the college search process?
Think about the things that are important to YOU for a college to have! You are the one who will be going there. The schools in which your friends, classmates, or family are interested may be great for them, but they might not be the right fit for you.

Describe Wingate in three words:
Supportive, Inclusive, Home.

Advice for incoming freshmen?
Don't be afraid to get out of your comfort zone! That's where you'll grow. If you think something sounds interesting, try it out! The worst thing that'll happen is that you won't like it, and you can try something else.

What is your favorite place on campus?
The picnic tables outside Starbucks.


 

Jessica Teague

GET TO KNOW JESSICA

Mom, love Mexican food, crochet to relax.
 

What was your first impression of Wingate?
I hope the people are as beautiful as the campus (they are!!)

Why Wingate?
Wingate allows students to receive a quality education in an environment that provides for individual attention, lifelong relationships and endless opportunities.

Advice for the college search process?
Visit as many schools as you can. It's one thing to find a school that offers your major, but you need to feel at home there as well.

Describe Wingate in three words:
Friends, family, home.

Advice for incoming freshmen?
Get involved! This is your chance to try new things and discover hidden talents and interests.

What is your favorite place on campus?
The Academic Quad.

Questions?


Admissions
(704) 233-8200
admit@wingate.edu