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The Newsroom

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Wagner named a Military Friendly school
February 17, 2021
Designation indicates on-campus support for vets and spouses, high graduation and employment outcomes
Campus services information
February 17, 2021
Visit our online Newsroom to find out what's open on campus, and when, including the library, ferry shuttle, Main Dining Hall, Hawk's Nest
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Prof. Kathleen Bobbitt, 66
January 30, 2021
Biology professor, double alumna, had taught at Wagner since 1981
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Fall 2020 Dean’s List
January 26, 2021
Congratulations to these Wagner College students for their academic achievements!
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Wagner rated A++ for Covid dashboard
January 21, 2021
Currently one of only three universities nationwide, out of 362, to be awarded A++ rating for reporting on coronavirus
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Spring 2021 calendar announced
January 14, 2021
In most cases, classes will resume online Feb. 15-27, in-person/hybrid beginning March 1
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Trustees rescind Trump honorary degree
January 8, 2021
Board took action during special session on Jan. 8
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How Wagner College stayed open — and safe — this fall
December 8, 2020
To reopen a college campus’s classrooms and residence halls during an ongoing pandemic was not something to take lightly, President Martin explains in this op-ed essay
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Prof. Arant edits new volume on Flannery O’Connor
December 8, 2020
‘Reconsidering Flannery O’Connor’ contains 14 new essays that rethink the work of this American short story writer and novelist
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2020 Day of Giving
December 3, 2020
Thank you for participating in the single most successful day of fundraising in the college’s history!
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Wagnerians rank high on Staten Island Power 100
November 19, 2020
Annual listing of politically important people by City & State N.Y. magazine includes six leaders from the Wagner community, including President Martin


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 12% nationwide on PayScale 2020-21 College Salary Report
For the seventh year in a row, Wagner College appears on the Forbes magazine's 2019 America’s Top Colleges list. “These 650 count as the best in country,” say Forbes editors. “We include just 15% of the 4,300 degree-granting postsecondary institutions in the U.S., so appearing here … is an indication that a school meets a high standard.”
Wagner College was named one of America’s best colleges in the 2021 edition of the Princeton Review’s “Best 386 Colleges” guide. Special kudos went to the Wagner College Theater program, which was ranked Number 3 in the nation.