At Wagner College, we are committed to improving our digital and social media presence.
We launched a major redesign of our website, wagner.edu, in January 2013. The overall goal here was to produce a site that is consistent in design and navigation, easy to access, simple to update and visually engaging. We want your feedback, questions, and ideas on this project; just fill out this form. We also have a series of web tutorials if you need help managing your subsite, and official policies that cover site management, site structure, content creation, and more.
Wagner's voices deserve to be heard, and the web is the perfect place to hear, see, and experience campus life virtually. Our "photo of the day" captures these moments, and short videos make text come alive. To contribute to the photo of the day, please contact Lee Manchester.
When should you start a Facebook page? What kind of content should you post? How do you handle negative comments? This and more can be found in Wagner's Social Media Handbook. We also manage the College's main Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts. Are you following us?
HawkTalk Student Blog
Wagner students are passionate, smart, and dedicated to having fun and studying hard. The HawkTalk is a space—lightly curated by the Communications and Admissions—for students to write, Tweet, photograph, and video their experiences at Wagner.
Faculty Sites are for faculty members who want their own website highlighting classes, organizations, research projects, or in-depth portfolios. They are public and use WordPress, a flexible content management system. Unlike wagner.edu, they are intentionally not branded with Wagner College’s colors, fonts, or theme. The Wagner Web Group will provide technical support and training, but the management, look and feel, and content are all up to the faculty member.