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Wingate PA students practice finding a vein in class

2020 graduates of the University's physician assistant studies program all passed their national certifying exam on the first try. That surpasses the national first-time-pass rate by five points.

A Health Center worker administers a Covid test to a student

As the number of Covid-19 cases increases in North Carolina, Wingate University is taking extra precautions to keep students and employees safe. All students are required to have a Covid-19 test on-site before being allowed to move into their residence halls, and employees are strongly encouraged to have a test.

Toussaint Romain

On Jan. 21, Wingate will honor a student, a staff member and two faculty members for upholding the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Attorney Toussaint Romain, known for his peacemaking efforts in the midst of the 2016 Charlotte riots, will speak at the virtual event.

Young pianists snag scholarships at virtual competition

In its fourth year, the Wingate Piano Competition awarded two scholarships and four cash prizes. Winners of this year's online version, announced Sunday, will also get free lessons from piano professor David Brooks.

A physical therapy student works with a patient during clinicals.

Wingate DPT focuses on building students' grit and resilience, characteristics that helped Anne Throckmorton make an amazing recovery from a car accident. Looking back, she says the horrific ordeal has made her a better therapist and a better person.