Campus Tour on Video

Too far away to visit campus, or want a refresher? Let Jacquie '16 and Glen '18 guide you on a walking tour of campus.Watch a Guided Tour

Briana Bettencourt '19

Pathbreaking scientific research as an undergraduate student? "Yes!" says bio major Briana Bettencourt.Watch Briana's Story

Morgan Riddle '19

Morgan came to New York City for the experience, and she'll be graduating with 7 internships on her resume.Watch Morgan's Story

Be Part of The City

Wagner's New York City location offers dynamic opportunities for students.Discover NYC

Commencement 2019

Find up-to-date information about the Friday, May 10, commencement ceremony.Commencement Details

Center for Leadership and Community Engagement

Hear stories from students, faculty, alumni, and community members about how Wagner's CLCE is changing lives.Watch the CLCE Video

The Newsroom

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Professor Pawk is ‘Genie’ in Broadway’s ‘Beautiful’
April 17, 2019
Michele Pawk, Wagner College Theatre professor since 2010, is also Tony-winning actress
Easter Break
Easter/Passover weekend campus service hours
April 16, 2019
No classes will be held from Friday, April 19 thru Monday, April 22. Here’s what’s open on campus over the holiday weekend.
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Video: Film producer Michael Tadross ’72 gives master class
April 15, 2019
Producer of “Ocean’s Eight,” “Indecent Proposal,” “Hitch” and much more speaks to packed Main Hall classroom
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WCT presents ‘The Pirates of Penzance’
April 10, 2019
Gilbert & Sullivan’s swashbuckling musical runs April 11-14 and April 25-28 in Main Hall auditorium
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President Guarasci is 2019 commencement speaker
April 9, 2019
Dr. Carin Guarasci also to be honored at May 10 celebration. Student speakers are Kenya Hyman and Daniel Smith
Professor Weintrob: Woman of Achievement
April 1, 2019
Staten Island Advance honors Wagner history professor, Holocaust Center director Lori Weintrob
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Carl Williams wins 2019 Stanley Drama Award
March 18, 2019
Runners up are Michael Edan, Robert Kehew. Previous winners include Jonathan Larson (for ‘Rent’), Terrence McNally, Lonne Elder III
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Wagner College introduces Environmental Studies major
February 12, 2019
New multidisciplinary major marries social and physical sciences, social and environmental concern
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Wagner College introduces Dance Education major
February 11, 2019
New major based in the nationally renowned Wagner College Theatre program, listed among the top 5 collegiate theater programs in the country
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Wagner grads' earnings in top 11%
February 5, 2019
New PayScale nationwide study of alumni salaries released April 18
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Wagner College names Joel W. Martin as next president
December 5, 2018
Martin will become the 19th president of Wagner College on July 1

Student & Faculty Spotlight



Wagner College was one of only 50 colleges throughout the country that was included in a highly exclusive new guide to best-value schools published by Princeton Review, “Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom”
The New York Times ranked Wagner College #6 on a list of the highest “value added” colleges in the nation. "Common Sense" columnist James B. Stewart worked with Brookings Institution fellow Jonathan Rockwell on a scale measuring the value added by a college to what its students bring with them to campus.
Wagner grads' salaries in top 11% nationwide on PayScale 2018 College Salary Report
For the sixth year in a row, Wagner College appeared on the Forbes 2018 America's Top Colleges list. The Forbes list emphasizes “the direct benefits a college or university provides its students,” looking at things like graduation rates and alumni salaries rather than incoming freshmen SAT scores. Among the three colleges on Staten Island, Wagner College was ranked Number One.
Wagner College was named one of America's best colleges in the 2019 edition of the Princeton Review's "Best 384 Colleges" guide. Special kudos went to the Wagner College Theatre program, which was ranked Number 5 in the nation.