When it comes to students' ROI at universities with high percentages of Pell Grant recipients, a new study shows that Wingate University leads the state.
Taylor Sligh, Marta Falcon and Geniece Crawford Monde will be honored at a Jan. 19 virtual event.
Thirteen Wingate happenings in 2021 that deserve a second look.
Student volunteers survey residents and address vaccine concerns with help from Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and Food Lion Feeds.
A course-record number of business students gave away shoes valued at over $21,000.
A rainy morning turned into a gorgeous day to be a Wingate University graduate, as more than 250 students earned degrees during two fall commencement ceremonies.
Jacob Flowers is planning to work as an emergency medical technician in his hometown while preparing to apply to physician assistant school.
Eli Greear won the Outstanding Student of 2021 award from the N.C. chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association this fall. He is one of 159 graduate students earning diplomas this week as Wingate prepares for a pair of Commencement ceremonies on Saturday.
Three weeks of online, asynchronous classes will start Dec. 20.
The Wingate Rehabilitation and Performance clinic, which launched in June, has saved patients money while giving students valuable hands-on experience.
Wingate is reviving a treasured tradition at Fall Commencement and making diplomas more functional. Spring Commencement has been shifted to better meet student needs.
Larry Bishop's loyalty to Wingate has inspired his family to create the John Larry Bishop Distinguished Professorship in his memory. The fund will help the Porter B. Byrum School of Business with course development, student financial assistance and research.
Students will take the lead in this traditional holiday service which will feature readings, choir music and flute and vocal solos as well as congregational carols. The event is open to the public.
Study shows that Wingate graduates are better off financially in the long run than grads from most other colleges and universities in the state.
Hundreds of artifacts will be exhibited in LaVerne Banquet Hall today. The event is free and open to the public.