A civically engaged campus: By the numbers

A civically engaged campus: By the numbers

During the academic year 2012–13, Wagner College logged an impressive amount of activity linking the College with the community to teach, learn, and help local partner organizations:

  • 202 service-learning* courses taught
  • 28 percent of total courses represented
  • 100 percent of departments participated
  • 72 percent of faculty taught service-learning courses
  • 75 percent of students participated


* “Service learning” is a type of teaching in which classroom instruction and community service are integrated, to meet the needs of a community and to achieve educational goals for the students.


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A close connection between the College and communities both near and far fosters students’ learning.

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