Visit Wagner

Throughout the year, Wagner offers different visit options to enable students to make the most informed decision about applying and attending the College. Please review the following options to find the visit type that best suits your needs.

Schedule a Tour and Individual Meeting

On weekdays during the school year, tours typically leave at 10:00 am, 11:15 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm.
These student-led tours will last approximately one hour, and afterward students are encouraged to meet with an Admissions Counselor to answer questions and go into greater depth than is discussed on tour. These meetings are separate from interviews and are solely informational.
Schedule a visit today!

Saturday and Holiday Overview Sessions

Overview Sessions are offered through the Admissions Office on select Saturdays and holidays throughout the academic year semesters. These days consist of an information session by an Admissions Counselor and a campus tour with a current student. The event begins at 11:00 am and goes until about 1:00 pm.
To get the true "Wagner experience" students are encouraged to stay on campus for any of the day's campus events: athletic competitionsarts performanceother campus events, or go experience the city.
Register for a Saturday Overview Session.
Register for a Holiday Overview Session.

Shadow a class during a Wagner Experience Day

Wagner Experience Days offer admitted students an opportunity to preview our campus community by observing a class, meeting faculty and having lunch with future classmates. Don't miss this chance to get a hands on experience that can help jump start your college decision. Parents are also invited to attend a one-on-one meeting with a Financial Aid counselor, get a tour of campus and have lunch with the Office of Admission while their student is learning what it is like to be a Wagner Seahawk.
Register for a Wagner Experience Day.

Request an Interview

After students apply, they are encouraged to schedule an interview with their Admissions Counselor. Interviews are both informational and evaluative, and can be conducted either on campus, over the phone, or via Skype. Typically, a student will interview to add qualitative and anecdotal information to otherwise objective criteria.
Contact your Admissions Counselor to schedule an interview. 

School Counselors: Request a Group Visit (K - 12)

For school counselors or college advisors that would like to schedule a group visit, please complete the form for our College Readiness Presentation and Tour. This program is hosted through the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement.