Guidance Counselors Information Page
Wagner College is uniquely positioned as the only true small, private, traditionally residential Liberal Arts College within the five boroughs of New York City.
We are dedicated to a model of personalized education that integrates the singular field based learning opportunities of New York City into the breadth and depth of the liberal arts, the sciences and professional studies. At Wagner, theory and practice are joined to form the practical liberal arts for all students.
The Wagner College Admissions Office values the relationships established with high school counselors. Our admissions staff is very informative and here for all of your needs. Get in touch with us and find out which Admissions Counselor will review your student’s application!
Don’t forget to request your Counselor Packet! A packet includes fun educational information including our view book, fast fact sheet, pennant, pens, and more! Below is additional information we feel is very important for you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The best way for high school counselors to learn more about Wagner is to experience our campus! We offer many opportunities for counselors and students to visit campus throughout the year and would love to see you on campus!
Campus Tours, Overview Days, and Campus Visit Days are great ways to learn more about Wagner College. Our Admissions Counselors are readily available to host individual meetings with counselors and students.
On average, our applicants have a 90 (or 3.5) GPA from a strong college preparatory curriculum and a 1200 SAT and/or 26 ACT. We are also Test Optional. If a student believes that their SAT or ACT scores does not reflect their academic ability, they do not need to submit them as part of the application.
For accreditation reasons, students applying to the Physician Assistant program are required to submit either SAT or ACT scores.
International students must show English language proficiency by supplying official test scores. The minimum required iBT TOEFL is 81; the required minimum IELTS band score is 6.5.
Financial Aid consists of scholarships, grants, loans, or employment that is offered to students to help meet college expenses. In order to qualify for federal or state funding, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Please keep in mind the Application Deadlines for students applying for Fall 2023 cohort. Deadlines vary depending on which decision and program students apply for.
Our admissions staff will be traveling around the United States meeting with students and guidance counselors. Our counselors would love to meet with you during one of our events. Please review our travel calendar and you register for any of the events in advance by filling out the online form.
We look forward to meeting you on the road this travel season.