U.S. News Best Colleges guide highlights Wagner in its lead story Wagner College is one of the schools featured in the introductory story to this year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges guide, titled "You ...READ MORE
Wagner alumni salaries #14 in NYS on new PayScale college survey Today, PayScale released its annual rankings of alumni salaries and return on investment for American colleges and universities — and, according ...READ MORE
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist to speak at Founders Day Convocation, Oct. 8 Wagner College will mark its 131st anniversary at the annual Founders Day Convocation on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. in Spiro 2. The convocation’ ...READ MORE
More students choose Wagner in new Parchment rankings Wagner College ranked very high on the list of colleges chosen by students who were admitted to more than one school, according to the recently relea ...READ MORE
New sculpture installed on campus is gift from Spiro family Over the last few weeks, visitors to the Sutter Oval have noticed three new members of the Wagner College campus community. They are part of a bronze ...READ MORE
Chaplain introduces new students to Campus Ministry programs Sunday morning, Wagner College’s new chaplain, the Rev. Martin Malzahn, gave an orientation in the Union Atrium about the various programs offered b ...READ MORE
Student & Faculty Spotlight
FACULTY CREATIVITYTap Dancing Hands DownA new tap dance technique developed by Prof. Mary Six Rupert lets students with mobility issues dance with their hands.
INTERMEDIATE LEARNING COMMUNITYFood, History & CultureThis ILC gives first-year students an opportunity to bridge two disciplines—anthropology and history—around a single topic, food. It prepares them for careers where they need to bring disparate pieces of information together into a coherent whole.
For the second year in a row, Wagner College appeared on the Forbes 2014 Top Colleges list, produced in partnership with the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. The Forbes list emphasizes “output over input,” looking at things like graduation rates and alumni salaries rather than incoming freshmen SAT scores.