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Why Wagner? If you are looking for a nationally recognized liberal arts and sciences curriculum — with over 40 majors and programs — a college where more than 80 percent of the students live on campus, a close-knit and collaborative community of faculty and students, and a campus that just happens to be located in the greatest city in the world, then Wagner may be for you!

Wagner's 105-acre campus sits atop Grymes Hill in New York City's borough of Staten Island. With breathtaking views of Manhattan, New York Harbor, and the Atlantic Ocean, students get the 'best of both worlds' on a small, residential campus community while being only a free 25-minute Staten Island Ferry ride away from Manhattan.

Our students benefit from the College's innovative curriculum, the Wagner Plan. Combining a solid foundation in the liberal arts with practical and applied experiences like internships, with a commitment to service learning and community, the Wagner Plan has been recognized by many as a unique approach to learning.

 
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For the second year in a row, Wagner College appears on the Forbes 2014 Top Colleges list, produced in partnership with the Washington, D.C.-based Center for College Affordability and Productivity. This is the seventh year Forbes and CCAP have produced the list, which was released this morning. “The [...] Keep reading →
 
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On July 28, Money magazine released its first-ever national ranking of best-value colleges -- and Wagner College ranked in the top third among all colleges and universities across the country, big and small, public and private, Ivy and otherwise. Here's how Money magazine's editors described their [...] Keep reading →
 
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Wagner College hosts an MBA Program Open House on Wednesday, July 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Spiro Sports Center. (See the campus map below for location.) This is an informal event where prospective students can talk with our Business Administration faculty about our various MBA program offerings. [...] Keep reading →