Wingate handed out full-tuition scholarships to 11 students in the first cohort of Wayfind, a college-access program created in 2019 by the University and Union County Public Schools.
Weeklong camp presented by Wingate health sciences programs opens students' eyes to potential careers as healthcare providers.
Title IX, which changed the landscape for women in education, business, sports and many other areas of life, was signed into law in 1972.
Selected students will live together and take for-credit classes during a four-week session this summer.
Accrediting body approves program with no outstanding citations. Accreditation is good for the next decade.
Orton-Gillingham-trained teachers will get practical experience by tutoring during Wingate-held reading clinics. Wingate education students also can sign up to learn OG.
Award-winning graduate will take what she learned from her research to help patients at Charlotte hospital.
Nearly 150 students earn graduate degrees in business, education, healthcare and sport management during morning ceremony in the Quad.
Twelve students earn special awards; Molly Barker shares advice she gleaned from encounters with Girls on the Run participants.
Smart Center of Athletic Excellence will be three times the size of Wingate's current weight room and will include a nutrition center and leadership-development space.
More than 550 students will receive diplomas on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Fully-renovated facility serves as front door for incoming families and gathering place for students in the heart of campus.
Acrobatics and tumbling will be Wingate's third new sport in three years. Women’s triathlon joined the WU lineup in June 2020. Field hockey came on the scene in August 2021.
Honor goes to top overall athletics program in the South Atlantic Conference for the academic year.
The exercise program Gracie Moree developed for her mom not only helped her gain strength and return to work, but it inspired Moree to take her research to the next level with a senior Honors project.