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Wagner College is committed to working with parents in a partnership in order to contribute to each student’s education.  Below are a variety of resources for you to utilize as you partner with the staff in Campus Life to ensure a positive, safe, and healthy experience for your student while they are at Wagner.

 

Almost Grown: Launching Your Child From High School to College
Patricia Pasick
W.W.Norton and Company, 1998

Countdown to College: Preparing Your Student for Success in the Collegiate Universe
Shawn Anderson
Blue Bird Publishing, 1997

How to Survive Your Child’s College Education: From Application to Graduation
Donald Baack
Citadel Press, 1997

Letting Go: A Parents’ Guide to Understanding the College Years
Kevin Coburn and Madge Treeger
Harper Collins Publishers, 1997

Parents Carry a Full Credit Load Too: Parents and Students, The Partnership for Success in College
Richard Oxhandler
Kendell-Hunt Publishing, 1989

The College Guide for Parents
Charles Shields and Renee Gerand (eds.)
College Board Publications, 1994

The Parent’s Crash Course in Career Planning: Helping Your Student Succeed
Marcia Harris and Sharon Jones
VGM Career Horizons, 1996

When Kids Go To College, A Parent’s Guide to Changing Relationships
B. M. Newman and  P. R. Newman
Ohio State University, 1992

When Your Kid Goes to College: A Parent’s Survival Guide
Carol Barkin
Avon Books, 1999

The Debt-Free Graduate: How to Survive College or university Without Going Broke 
Murray Baker

Don’t Tell Me What to Do, Just Send Money: The Essential Parenting Guide to the College Years
Helen E. Johnson and Christine Schelhas-Miller

How to Survive and Thrive on an Empty Nest: Reclaiming Your Life When Your Children Have Grown 
Robert Lauer

I’ll Miss You Too: A Parent and Student Guide to Opening Doors and Staying Connected During the College Years 
Margo E. Bane Woodacre, and Steffany Bane

Millenials Rising 
Neil Howe, William Strauss, and R.J. Matson

A  New Beginning: A Survival Guide for Parents of College Freshmen 
Kaye McGarry

A New Chapter:  How Parents Fit Into Their Students’ Lives at College 
PaperClip Communications

The Truth About College: 50 Lessons for Parents Before They Start Writing Checks 
Will Keim

You’re on Your Own (But I’m Here if You Need Me): Mentoring Your Child During the College Years 
Marjorie Savage

When the College is open, typically from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM on weekdays, contact either a direct campus office, or if you are unsure who to contact, call the Division of Campus Life Office at 718-390-3423.

After hours and during College breaks, contact the Public Safety main gate at 718-390-3148 if you have any concerns.  This phone line is staffed 24/7 and Public Safety can connect you with the Campus Life after hours on-call system as needed.

Community Health Expectations - COVID-19

As part of the Wagner College community, we rely on one another to personally take steps to ensure our health and safety on and off campus. We require all community members to agree and abide by the following requirements and expectations to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Please be advised that these expectations may evolve and can be adjusted by the College as circumstances change.

I pledge to take responsibility as a Wagner College community member to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 and other infections for my own health and the health of others. As a community member, I agree to:

Be Safe
● Wear a face covering any time I am indoors – excluding my assigned residence hall room/suite/apartment – including but not limited to hallways, bathrooms, academic spaces, study/lounge spaces, and dining facilities, and any time I am outdoors and cannot maintain six feet of social distance.
● Self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and complete the daily symptom checking app; abide by guidance from Health and Wellness when seeking medical attention.

Be Considerate
● Remain mindful of community members that may be immunocompromised or live with others who are.
● Stay positive, attentive, and helpful to anyone who may need support.

Be Smart
● Wash hands frequently with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer.
● Disinfect your work space, personal items, and living space regularly; limit sharing items.
● Review each day’s schedule, plan ahead, and limit unnecessary travel.

Be Respectful
● Practice a minimum of six feet for social distancing where possible and be aware of others’ personal boundaries.
● Abide by all event and gathering restrictions as identified by the College and/or state or federal governments.
● Stay home if you feel ill or after exposure to someone who is ill or has tested positive for COVID-19.
● Wear a face covering when in public spaces. You may feel great, but others around you could be vulnerable to the virus.

Be Together
● Maintain connections through virtual tools.
● Practice good personal hygiene.
● Remind others to do their part.

I understand that due to ongoing changes in guidance and infection rates, the College may institute different or additional COVID-19 related limitations, restrictions or policies. I agree to comply with any and all additional or different restrictions as they are implemented.

I understand that if I fail to adhere to any of the foregoing safety measures I may be subject to consequences that include but are not limited to: warnings, loss of specific campus privileges, housing reassignment, loss of the privilege to live in College housing, or loss of permission to be on campus. Depending on how severe and/or pervasive the violation is, I may be sent home for the first violation or any combination of violations. In certain cases, violations may also result in formal disciplinary proceedings that may result in sanctions up to and including suspension or expulsion.