Welcome to the Center for Health & Wellness


The Center for Health and Wellness will be available to serve our Wagner community after the Fall 2015 semester ends on December 16th.  Our office hours will be Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Our office will be closed for WINTER BREAK beginning Thursday, December 24th  and we will reopen on Monday January 4, 2016 at 8:30am

Spring 2016 Semester Hours:

Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 10:00pm, Friday 8:30am to 7:00pm,

Saturday and Sunday 12:00pm to 4:00pm (closed holidays).

Contact our office if you need to schedule an appointment with one of our health care professionals.


Our goal is to enhance the health and well being of our students in support of their learning and success.

We provide advocacy, education, communication, and services, as well as promote research based educational programs and culturally competent practices to advance the health and promote the wellness of all students and members of the campus community.

ALL full-time, undergraduate students are required to provide proof of health insurance annually. We request a copy of the student's health and prescriptive insurance cards to be on file in the Center for Health and Wellness. The Student Health Fee offers all students unlimited use of our professional staff at the Health and Wellness Center. The fee also provides limited access to supplemental health benefits to those who have insurance and limited access to benefits to those that are uninsured, allowing them to utilize health care resources off campus.

Access EIIA for details on your wellness access plan

All registered Wagner College students (full time or part time) are eligible for care at the Center for Health and Wellness.  In addition to first aid for accidents, the Center for Health and Wellness evaluates and treats minor ailments, provides any needed laboratory testing, inhalation therapy, crutches and medications. The office functions as a screening, diagnostic and treatment center but does not maintain an infirmary. Students harboring a communicable disease must report to the Center for Health and Wellness for further instructions; after evaluation, arrangements are made for their care with their parents or guardians.