Are you worrying about college admissions? We understand. That’s why our process is a little different.
Who’s accepted to Wingate University?
At Wingate University, you’re never judged by statistics or grades alone. Our enrollment officers evaluate potential students as individuals. We know each one of you has a unique story. While Wingate University students tend to have SAT scores between 1370 and 1670, we look at the whole picture. During our college admissions process, we work closely with students to ensure Wingate University is a great fit for them and they’re a great fit for us.
What can I study?
With both undergraduate and graduate tracks, Wingate’s academic majors and programs cover everything from traditional humanities to pre-professional courses of study. Our most popular majors include:
For the complete list of majors, minors and graduate programs, please visit our Majors and Programs page.
Can I afford it?
The cost of a Wingate University education is competitive with North Carolina’s public colleges. The Wingate Pledge promises that undergraduates who follow the curriculum and maintain a minimum GPA will graduate in four years, guaranteeing a more affordable education.
Although we are a private university, 95% of incoming students receive financial aid. And all admitted students are automatically considered for scholarships, with no application needed. We determine official award packages as early as September.
To get started, estimate your eligibility for federal aid and fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We know there’s more to college admissions than what you look like on paper. Come in and talk to us about your specific situation so we can help you achieve your dream.