Tuition Rates & Fees

Summer 2014: 

  • Undergraduate tuition: $2550 per course
  • Graduate tuition: $972 per credit
  • Housing (no meals): $250/week (double) and $350/week (single)

Tuition and other fees for the 2014-15 academic year are listed below. For charges other than those listed,  please contact the Business office at 718-390-3112.

Click here for Financial Aid Cost of Attendance information.

Undergraduate Charges:

  • Full-time tuition  $40,450* per year ($20,225 per semester).
  • Per-Unit Undergraduate charge: $5,056*
  • Room & Board: $12,450 per year ($6225 per semester), charged as follows:
    Housing : $7550 ($3775 per semester). For a single room there is an additional charge of $1168 per semester.
    Meals: $ 4900 per year ($2450 per semester - or $2300 for a reduced meal plan of 10 meals per week **)
  • Student Activity fee: $200 per year ($100 per semester; charged to all full-time undergraduate students)
  • Health Insurance: $100 per year ($50 per semester; charged to all full-time undergraduate students). For information on coverage: http://www.eiiastudent.org/wagner 
  • Tuition Refund Insurance: $172 for commuters and $222 for residents per year.  You may decline this insurance by emailing WagnerTRP@wagner.edu by the start of the Fall 2013 semester.
  • Security deposit: $200 commuters; $400 residents - All full-time freshman and transfer students will be charged a one-time security deposit. This includes non-resident students.This deposit is refundable at the completion of the student's studies at the College, provided that there are no outstanding debts (i.e. dorm fines, parking fines, library fines). Any debts exceeding the amount of the deposit will be billed to the student.

*Students wishing to register for more than 9 units per year will be charged at the per unit tuition rate ($5056) for those units taken in excess of the 9 units covered by the full-time annual rate.
** Reduced meal plan options are only open to Undergraduates in their senior year and Graduate students

Graduate charges:

  • Tuition: $1011 per credit
  • Room & Board: $12,450 per year ($6225 per semester), charged as follows:
    Housing : $7550 ($3775 per semester). For a single room there is an additional charge of $1168 per semester.
    Meals: $ 4900 per year ($2450 per semester - or $2300 for a reduced meal plan of 10 meals per week **
  • Student Activity fee: $100 per year ($50 per semester; charged to all full-time graduate students)
  • Health Insurance: $100 per year ($50 per semester; charged to all full-time graduate students). For information on coverage: http://www.eiiastudent.org/wagner 

Commencement fee - $100 - non-refundable fee charged to all students graduating.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Study Abroad: students who study abroad on Wagner or non-Wagner programs are charged an administrative study abroad fee of $250. In addition to the study abroad fee, students participating in Wagner study abroad programs will be charged Wagner tuition (plus a premium for some programs), a Health & Wellness fee and the room & board fee charged by the program abroad. Click here for a listing of our study abroad programs and their tuition costs and here for additional information on financial aid for studying abroad.
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) trips: students are charged an additional fee for participating in an EYH trip. Click here for information on the trips including the cost of each.
15 Month Nursing Program: this is a second degree undergraduate program. The costs (not including prerequisites) include 3 full time semesters at the undergraduate tuition rate (fall, spring, and the following fall) plus 3 summer courses at the undergraduate rate. Click here for more information on this program.
Physician Assistant Program: Click here for an estimated financial plan for the 3 year BS/MS program.
Executive MBA program: the total program cost is $60,000 (5 9-credit semesters at $12,000 each).
Accelerated MBA program: the total program cost is $60,000 (3 15-credit semesters at $20,000 each). Wagner alumni receive a $10,000 discount on the total cost of the program.