If you’re ready to apply for re-admittance to Wingate University, there are a few steps you need to take.
When you’re ready to return to college, submitting your readmission application to Wingate University is only part of the process. Here’s everything you need to do.
- If you have attended another college since withdrawing from Wingate University:
- If five years have elapsed since you were last enrolled at Wingate University:
- Request your official high school transcript be sent to the Office of Admissions. GED certificates are also acceptable. All home school transcripts must be notarized.
- If you currently have a balance with Wingate University:
- Contact the Business Office immediately at 704-233-8211. Re-admittance applications cannot be processed until outstanding balances are paid in full.
- You may also submit a resume and/or letters of recommendation if you’ve been in the workforce, an essay to round out your application or an appeal if you’ve been turned down.
- Expect an admission decision within two weeks once all relevant information has been received.
Your re-admission application is evaluated by the Office of the Registrar to determine if you are eligible academically to return. If you left because of an academic suspension or probation, you should prepare an appeal. If you have questions about the appeal process, please contact Kristin Wharton.
If you left the university as a result of a social or behavioral suspension, or other conduct-related issues, then you need to contact Michael Reynolds to begin that appeal process. If an academic Honor Code violation occurred and you were suspended, you need to contact Marisa Ciesluk to start the appeal process.
Once you are re-admitted to the university, please contact Valerie Graham at 704-233-8103 to pay your enrollment deposit. Once that has been done, you may contact Alexandra Finley about registering for classes and being assigned an advisor.
Wingate University is operated on a non-discriminatory basis. Wingate University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age disability or military service in its administration of educational policies, programs, activities or services; admissions and housing policies; scholarship or loan programs; or employment; except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.