Fresh Check Day made students better aware of resources on campus, including the second-year Mental Health Awareness Club.
Back in her home country for the summer, Wingate senior Joelle Berge landed an internship that gave her new perspective on how she might use her criminal justice degree.
Mallory Challis has long wanted to be a writer and a pastor. She's had opportunities at Wingate to try her hand at both roles.
The University will reserve slots in its nursing program for qualified incoming students as a way to ease the angst associated with applying for nursing school and to encourage more would-be nurses to embrace the field, the largest in the healthcare system.
Recipients of the Graduate Advantage Scholarship, valued at up to $10,000, will be able to apply it to one of Wingate’s master’s or doctoral programs as soon as they complete their undergrad requirements at Wingate and are admitted to a graduate program.
Wingate University strives to give students the best return on their investment. U.S. News & World Report has ranked us tops in North Carolina in social mobility among independent national universities. We're also No. 1 among N.C. private universities for economic mobility, according to Third Way.
Dr. Dana Patterson will bring three decades of higher education experience to Wingate.
The estate of Evelyn V. Taylor, who served on the University’s Board of Trustees, has provided funding for travel for research conferences, cultural events, community and civic engagement, leadership training and other experiential learning and high-impact practices.
Beloved Master of Accounting grad blazed a trail for others to follow.
Football player, alum and grad school student challenges young men in LEAD ME program.
Ambulatory Care Pharmacist of the Year Shawn Taylor shares her passion for helping those less fortunate and helps Wingate students expand their vision of pharmacy.
New residential students moved in on Sunday. Returning students move in on Tuesday, and classes begin on Thursday.
Wingate's new Farmer's Market, set for Thursday afternoons, will feature locally produced fruits and veggies, meats, baked goods and specialty items. The market is open to the public and will accept SNAP/EBT benefits.
Named the fourth-best nursing program in North Carolina by RegisteredNursing.org last year, and the highest-ranking independent university on the list, Wingate’s program reports a seven-year average pass rate of more than 98 percent.
Central Piedmont Community College and Wingate University have launched a collaborative baccalaureate degree-completion program that will allow Central Piedmont grads to complete their bachelor's degrees at Wingate at a reduced cost.