Everybody needs help sometimes. Most college campuses have free resources for students, ranging from health services and wellness counseling, to spiritual guidance, and disability services -- and Wagner is no exception! The free services on Wagner’s campus provide students with the help they need to make the most of their college experience. Here are some of the most popular offices and departments on campus:
Center for Health and Wellness
Located on the left-hand side of the first floor in Campus Hall, the Center for Health and Wellness is staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and Counselors. Services include: sick-visits, well-woman visits, laboratory screenings, therapy and counseling services, and more. This past Flu season, the Center for Health and Wellness gave out complimentary "sick bags" to each student they saw -- fully equipped with tissues, a Gatorade, cold medicine, soup and crackers, and a water bottle! Students can make an appointment to be seen in advance by calling 718-390-3158, but the walk-ins are always welcomed!
Center for Spirituality (Campus Ministry)
Located in Kairos House, Reverend Martin Malzahn and the Center for Spirituality offer a wide array of religious and spiritual resources for students. The Center for Spirituality is a wonderful resource for students who wish to explore their spirituality, and strengthen their faith and beliefs. In addition to being open for daily worship from 7AM- 9PM, there are several services offered throughout the week, including: On Sundays, Orthodox Mass at 10AM and Catholic Mass at 6:30 PM; On Tuesdays, Spiritual Entourage at 6 PM And Zen Meditation at 7:30 PM.
Center for Career and Academic Engagement (CACE)
The Center for Academic and Career Engagement, also known as CACE, is located on the main level of the Wagner Union. Think of the CACE Office as your High School Guidance Counselor, but even better. The CACE Office provides students with guidance in many ways, including: Disability services and academic accommodations; resume building workshops; peer tutoring; academic advisement; and internship opportunities. Appointments may be made on a walk-in basis, or you can set one up by sending an email to Cace@wagner.edu
Center for Intercultural Advancement (CIA)
The Center for Intercultural Advancement, or CIA, is located on the second floor of the Student Union. This office interests so many students because it is through this department that students are able to study abroad! Led by Professor Ellen Navarro, the Center for Intercultural Advancement works with you to choose a study abroad program that best suits you. Students in the past have spent anywhere from 10 days up until an entire academic year in places such as Italy, Spain, Australia, and Africa. Also known as the CIA, this office also hosts passport and study abroad fairs.
Co-Curricular Programs (CCP)
CCP is the office that that oversees clubs and organizations on campus, including our Campus Activities Board (WagCAB) and all of Greek Life. If you ever have questions about reserving spaces on campus for your club, creating a new organization, or joining Greek life, then CCP would be the office for you to head over to! CCP is located on the second floor of the Student Union, right by Dining Hall.