Directions

If you are searching directions on the internet or using a GPS enter: 631 Howard Ave., Staten Island, NY 10301. This address is the street address that will bring you to the front of the campus.

 

Driving Directions

From New Jersey

Bayonne Bridge - Take MLK Hwy (440) towards Staten Island Expressway (278). Follow signs towards Staten Island Expressway East/Brooklyn/Verrazano Bridge. Merge onto 278 East. Take Exit 13 off Expressway Clove Rd/Richmond Rd. Make a left at first traffic light onto Clove Rd. Get into right lane as soon as possible. Make right at second traffic light onto Howard Ave. Follow Howard Ave up hill to parking locations as detailed below.
Goethals Bridge - Once past tollbooths stay towards left and follow signs for Staten Island Expressway/Brooklyn/Verrazano Bridge. Continue on Expressway to Exit 13. Exit at Clove Rd/Richmond Rd (Exit 13). Make a left at first traffic light onto Clove Rd. Get into right lane as soon as possible. Make right at second traffic light onto Howard Ave. Follow Howard Ave up hill to parking locations as detailed below.
Outerbridge Crossing - Once past tollbooth stays towards right and follow signs for West Shore Expressway (440). Continue on 440 until highway merges into Staten Island Expressway. Stay to right and follow signs for Brooklyn/Verrazano Bridge. Continue on Expressway to Exit 13. Exit at Clove Rd/Richmond Rd (Exit 13). Make a left at first traffic light onto Clove Rd. Get into right lane as soon as possible. Make right at second traffic light onto Howard Ave. Follow Howard Ave up hill to parking locations as detailed below.

From Brooklyn

Once past tollbooths stay to left to remain on highway. Merge to right lane. Take Exit 13 off Expressway Clove Rd/Richmond Rd. Continue on Service Rd for 2 traffic lights. Get in right lane. At third traffic light right lane will merge into Clove Rd. Stay in lane. Make a right at next traffic light onto Howard Ave. Follow Howard Ave up hill to parking locations as detailed below.

 

Parking Locations

Parking at Wagner College is free of charge. Street parking is available on Howard Ave. and Campus Rd. Additionally there is a Guest Parking Lot located just within the Wagner campus. To access this parking lot continue on Howard Ave past the third traffic light. You will see the campus to your right and the Wagner Football Field to your left. About 50 yards past the traffic light make a right into the main entrance. You will see a tiered parking lot to your left. Slow as you approach the security guard booth. Make a left into the bottom tier. Once parked walk back towards the security guard booth and across the street to the paths leading into the campus.

 

Public Transportation

Brooklyn via the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Take the S53/S93 bus from the 86th Street & 4th Avenue (R) train station to Howard Avenue and Clove Road in Staten Island. At this stop, transfer to the S66. Trip times will vary depending on frequency of bus service.

Manhattan via the Staten Island Ferry

Take MTA to Whitehall/South Ferry or Bowling Green Station. Walk to Staten Island Ferry Terminal. The ferry generally departs every 30 mins, but rush hour and off-hour schedules are also available. Visit the ferry's website for current schedules. Once on Staten Island side exit ferry and look for signs to Bus Ramp servicing S66.

Note Regarding S66 Bus Service: The S66 only runs Monday - Friday, 6am - 1:30pm. Closest bus stops that run constantly are an approximately 10 min walk up a steep hill. Car service from Staten Island Ferry is available by exiting Terminal at far right and walking down steps to taxi waiting area. Fare from Ferry to Wagner College is approximately $10.


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Administrative Office - House #5

Staff
Christina Angeli - Campus Scheduling, Photo & Filmshoots, Space Rental
Kyra Dashe - Conference Services and Summer Space Rental
Lauren Flynn - Support for all External Programs
Sharon Guinta - Children, Teen and Adult Continuing Education Programs
Caitlin Miller - Children, Teen and Adult Continuing Education Programs