There’s a reason U.S. News & World Report calls us a best value school. We’re serious about ensuring that an excellent education is affordable.

Paying for college is expensive. We know that. We also understand why you carefully weigh the cost of a school as part of your decision to apply. That’s why we’re transparent about what it costs to attend Wingate University. Below, you’ll find the full price for each of our degree programs. Before you look at them, just remember 98% of our undergraduate students receive a form of aid as part of their acceptance package. In fact, the average annual cost of attending Wingate University is lower than the national average. And the cost depends on your family’s income too. 

A graphic showing the cost of a Wingate University education is less than the national averageWe urge you to use our net price calculator to see how financial aid can make your tuition more affordable.

4 Years for a Degree

The average student at a North Carolina university takes 5.3 years to graduate. The Wingate Pledge promises students who follow our curriculum plan and maintain the required GPA can graduate in four years. That’s one way we help keep your costs under control and a Wingate University education within your reach. We believe paying for college shouldn’t be a hardship.

2016–2017 Tuition

Annual Undergraduate Costs Before Financial Aid  
Tuition $29,170
Room and Board (residential students) $10,780


Adult Bachelor Degree (Ballantyne Campus), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $335


Part-time Students (Per Credit Hour), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $915


School of Pharmacy (Annual), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $31,176


Physician Assistant Studies (Per Trimester), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $10,640


Doctor of Physical Therapy (Annual), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $29,691


Master of Sport Management (Per Credit Hour), Without Financial Aid  
Tuition $300


School of Business (Per Credit Hour), Without Financial Aid  
Master of Accounting Tuition $525
Master of Business Administration Tuition $525


Thayer School of Education (Per Credit Hour), Without Financial Aid  
Doctor of Education Tuition $380
Master of Arts in Education in Elementary Education $260
Master of Arts in Teaching in elementary Education $260
Specialist in Education $380