Presentation on theme: "“Education for emerging leaders”. CPCC- Levine Campus Matthews Station Founded in 1896, Wingate University seeks to partner with Central Piedmont Community."— Presentation transcript:
“Education for emerging leaders”
CPCC- Levine Campus Matthews Station Founded in 1896, Wingate University seeks to partner with Central Piedmont Community College to help the community put its educational goals within reach. Coming January 2006, students can get a bachelor’s degree from Wingate while on the CPCC-Levine Campus and/or from our current Matthews Station.
Partnership with CPCC Seamless co-enrollment between universities Accessibility of Levine campus Interesting upper level courses taught in small classrooms Highly cost-effective way to earn college degree The Levine Campus programs are utilizing a majority of the facility space at peak times; however, there are times that space is available for additional classes. Wingate is partnering to maximize the space during these available times.
Benefits of partnership Many CPCC Levine Campus students are interested in transferring to a four-year university Additional upper-level course teaching opportunities More class time with matriculated students Shared resources Mutual prestige of institutions
The Metro Leadership Team Greg Clemmer Dean of Metro College Janice Robinson Assistant to the Dean of Metro College
Bachelor of Science Will be taught on Levine campus Business Communication Studies Elementary Education Parks and Recreation Psychology Sport Management
Bachelor of Liberal Studies Will be taught on both Levine campus and Matthews Station Concentration Areas: Business Human Service Organizational Communication Public Safety Administration Our BLS program is for working professionals.
Masters Programs Will be taught at Matthews Station Master of Arts in Education Master of Arts in Teaching Master of Business Administration
Academic Calendar Spring Semester- Wingate at Levine campus Session 1 January 7 – March 3, 2006 January 7 – March 3, 2006 Session 2 March 11 – May 10, 2006 March 11 – May 10, 2006 Session 3 January 11- May 10, 2006 Wingate Levine classes will be held various day and evening timesWingate Levine classes will be held various day and evening times All Matthews Station classes are held eveningsAll Matthews Station classes are held evenings Spring Semester- Matthews Station Session 1 January 2 – March 4, 2006 January 2 – March 4, 2006 Session 2 March 8 – May 8, 2006 March 8 – May 8, 2006
Why do students choose Wingate? Reputation of Institution Personal Attention Location Competitive pricing Flexible Scheduling
How do students apply? 1. Fill out application on-line (paper version also available) at 2. $30 application fee 3. Official Transcripts of all College and High School Work OR Registration for Metro College will take place on the Levine campus in person between Nov. and Jan.
Financing the cost of private education $250 per credit hour * All full-time students attending a private university, who are residents of North Carolina receive an $1800 Legislative Tuition Grant from the state. Additional funding is available through: Loans Grants Employer Assistance Programs * plus minimal CPCC student fees * plus minimal CPCC student fees
Students can try us out CPCC students may take one free WU class for two semesters. Additional classes may be taken at the regular rate of $250 per credit hour.
Contact Information Temporary Levine campus office location: Office 3423, Dean’s suite Mailing Address: Post Office Box 3549 Matthews, North Carolina Phone: Website: