Wingate University has been ranked the fifth best college in the state for students majoring in nursing and tops among independent universities.
After 30 years of rumors, the Monroe Expressway is finally a reality. The toll road makes for a quick trip to and from Charlotte and promises to bring development to the area around the University.
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According to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, 96 percent of first-year students entering Wingate in 2017 said the University's good academic reputation was important or very important in their decision to attend Wingate.
One Day, One Dog is Wingate University's annual day of giving and serving. It's a chance to celebrate the difference Wingate made in our lives while taking time out to make a difference in the lives of others.
Wingate University students will be studying in Italy, Peru, Costa Rica and the United Kingdom later this year, and next spring, groups will head back to the UK, to Argentina, Denmark, Germany, Italy and Hong Kong -- all part of W’International, the University’s signature study-abroad program
Nine Wingate University students are taking the "service" portion of Wingate's motto, "Faith, Knowledge, Service," very seriously next week. They'll be living like monks while tending to some of Jamaica's poorest residents at the Missionaries of the Poor monastery in Kingston.
A college-access program with a foundation in mentorship, Wayfind will prepare students, starting in eighth grade, for success after high school.
Wingate University received special recognition for its extensive volunteer and community-engagement efforts last week. The University was one of five organizations in the state to earn an Excellence in Community Spirit Award from United Way of Central Carolinas.
Senior Nik Martin was so efficient and professional in building a website for Dr. Debbi Brock last summer that by July he was effectively the project manager, giving her deadlines to meet. The two worked so well together that they won an award last month from the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
It’s no secret that Wingate encourages students to embrace a lifestyle of service. Hundreds volunteer during One Day, One Dog each spring and show up each fall for United Way’s Day of Caring; in between, many complete projects around the corner and across the globe. A $25,000 Jessie Ball duPont Fund grant is helping the university measure the effect of that service while building stronger bonds between community partners.
The Wingate University family mourns the death of Dr. Keith Cannon, John B. Ashcraft professor of journalism and a member of the Department of Communication for nearly 25 years. Cannon passed away Monday evening after a battle with cancer.
EmpoWer – a series of workshops designed to help Wingate’s female students better navigate life after graduation – is expanding after a survey shows significant improvements in participants' financial literacy, leadership skills and self-esteem.
Our alumni are making us proud everywhere from Main Street to Malaysia. Wingate graduates are on mission in the Dominican Republic, making music and movies on the West Coast and making themselves available as mentors to our students. They're also giving back to the tune of more than 1,000 gifts during this year's annual campaign.
Kristen Bartlett wanted to be a comedy writer since she was 12 years old. She brought her blue-collar background and strong work ethic to Wingate from the North Carolina mountains, found her tribe in the English Department, and interned at CBS. After years of sketch and improv classes in New York, Bartlett caught her big break with SNL.
A gentle giant from a family of factory workers in High Point, Anthony Griffey came alive when he stepped on stage at Wingate University in the late 1980s. He went on to earn degrees from Eastman and Juilliard and has shared his golden voice with audiences all over the world. This fall, he'll play Mr. Strutt in an operatic performance of Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie at New York's Metropolitan Opera.
Fabio Azeredo, a starting forward on the Bulldog soccer team, carried his ukulele around with him on campus and won a talent contest with a freestyle rap. Now back in his native land, he uses entertainment to educate others and prompt them to think.
Brandon Crumpton's company, Key Signature, has claimed a big chunk of the entertainment-booking business in Charlotte and the surrounding region. A 2003 grad, he took on the 2012 Democratic National Convention, and said the event pushed his business ahead five years.