Wagner recognized by Carnegie Foundation for community engagement
January 28, 2015The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recently renewed Wagner College’s Community Engagement Classification, first awarded in 2008
In the news: Chris Spollen exhibition at Wagner College Gallery
January 24, 2015Watch the New York 1 story about Chris Spollen's Wagner Gallery exhibition, “Rocket Ships to Robots,” on display through Feb. 22
Lachman, Brian Lehrer talk about arrest of Assembly Speaker Silver
January 23, 2015Wagner's Carey Institute dean emeritus Seymour Lachman, a former state senator, reflected on Thursday's arrest of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on corruption charges
Nobel Peace Prize winner brings her light to Wagner
January 12, 2015Last Friday, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee spoke at Wagner College for a vocational retreat
Wagner named to President's Community Service Honor Roll
December 8, 2014This is the eighth year in a row the White House has included Wagner College on its honor roll of colleges serving their communities
‘Grow Wagner’ was most successful fundraiser in college’s history
December 5, 2014On Tuesday, Wagner College took part in the National Day of Giving with its own “Grow Wagner” campaign
Former SGA president Harry Jackson ’09 elected to Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Council
December 4, 2014Harry Jackson III ’09, former president of Wagner College’s Student Government Association and an
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 and CultureThis Intermediate Learning Community gives first-year students an opportunity to bridge two disciplines—anthropology and history—around a single topic, food. Part of The Wagner Plan, this interdisciplinary approach prepares students for careers where they need to bring disparate pieces of information together into a coherent whole.
U.S. News Best Colleges guide highlights Wagner in its lead story — Wagner ranked among the top 7 colleges in the country for ‘Programs to Look For’ and #28 on regional universities list.
The salaries of Wagner alumni ranked #14 among grads of colleges and universities in New York State, according to PayScale’s 2014-15 College Salary Report.
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.
Wagner College has been ranked among the Highest ROI Colleges in New York state by the nonprofit organization Affordable Colleges Online. Wagner was one of just 84 colleges and universities statewide that were tagged for their high Return On Investment.
Wagner College was featured in the Princeton Review’s “Best 379 Colleges” guide. The College's theater program was ranked #1 in the nation, and the Wagnerian student newspaper was ranked among the country’s top 20 collegiate news publications.