Throughout the year, Wagner offers different visit options to enable students to make the most informed decision about applying and attending the College. Please review the options below to find the visit type that best suits your needs.
Video Campus Tour
Tour: Intro to our GuidesJacquie Cadorette '16 and Glen MacDonald '18 invite you on their walking tour of campus, starting in front of Pape Hall. Watch Tour: Intro to our Guides
Tour: Ferry shuttleManhattan is just a ferry ride away. That's right, a ferry. And it's free! Watch Tour: Ferry shuttle
Tour: Harborview HallThis residence hall is home to all first-year students. Kolten Bell '19 shows us his room. Watch Tour: Harborview Hall
Tour: Student UnionA hub for students, the Union includes our dining hall, Hawk's Nest, campus life offices, and community engagement center. Watch Tour: Student Union
Tour: Main Hall and OvalThis iconic building sets the stage for art, dance and film studios, classrooms, the Main Stage Theatre, and our beautiful oval. Watch Tour: Main Hall and Oval
Tour: Horrmann LibraryThe place to go for academic research, group studying, and tutoring. Watch Tour: Horrmann Library
Tour: Spiro Sports CenterHome of our Division I teams, the Spiro Sports Center includes a fitness center, gymnasium, and pool. Watch Tour: Spiro Sports Center
Tour: Foundation HallOur newest building is home to upperclassmen. Jacquie Cadorette '16 shows us her room. Watch Tour: Foundation Hall
Tour: Megerle Science HallWagner's home for the sciences, including renovated labs, state-of-the-art classrooms, and faculty offices. Watch Tour: Megerle Science Hall
Tour: Spiro HallMostly small classrooms, plus computer labs, a planetarium, and our only large lecture hall. Watch Tour: Spiro Hall
On weekdays during the summer tours typically leave at 11:00am and 2:00 pm. These student-led tours will last approximately one hour, and afterward students are encouraged to meet with an Admissions Counselor to answer questions and go into greater depth than what is discussed on tour. These meetings are separate from interviews and are solely informational.
After students apply, they are encouraged to schedule an interview with their Admissions Counselor. Interviews are both informational and evaluative, and can be conducted either on campus, over the phone, or via Skype. Typically, a student will interview to add qualitative and anecdotal information to otherwise objective criteria.
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