Wagner College has two different student statuses. Regular students are enrolled in degree-granting program and must meet a specific set of requirement in order to graduate. Non-degree students are regarded as visiting students based on the nature of their study or visit to Wagner. Visiting student status is broken down below.
A visiting student enrolls at Wagner College to take classes as a non-degree student. Visiting students are affiliated with a university in which Wagner College has an established agreement and both universities exchange students with mutual reciprocity.
To apply to Wagner as a visiting student, please use this application form.
Wagner College participates in the visiting student program, which enables current students to enroll at participating institutions for a set duration. See the list of member institutions and further details below:
Universidad de Almería, UAL Almería, Spain
The American College of Greece, ACG Deree, Greece
Concordia University, Canada
Dankook University Dankook, Korea
Hochschule Fur Fernsehen Und Film Munchen, HFF Munich, Germany
Kanazawa University Kanazawa, Japan
Kibbutzim College of Education Telaviv, Israel
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rothberg International School Israel
Université Lumière Lyon 2 Lyon, France
Keele University Keele, England
The Center for Intercultural Advancement
1 Campus Road
Staten Island, New York 10301.
|Campus Location||631 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, New York, 10301
|College President||Angelo Araimo|
|Vice-President of Internationalization||Dr. Ruta Shah-Gordon|
|ARO||Mrs. Ellen Navarro|
|RO||Dr. Ruta Shah-Gordon|
|Contact Information||The Center for Intercultural Advancement
Union Building 227
1 Campus Road
Staten Island, New York 10304
Director Ellen Navarro
|Application Process||Step 1: Nomination by Partner University
Period to submit to the Center for Intercultural Advancement office the nomination for future exchange students arriving for the beginning of the: Fall Semester (August- December) November 1st-November 15th. Spring Semester (Jan-May) April 15th- April 30th.
Step 2: Exchange Student Application
Following the reception of Student nominations, the relevant incoming exchange student coordinator will send the application directly to the exchange student coordinator by email. Students must complete their application for the:
|Language Requirement||TOEFL or IELTS
The required minimum TOEFL iBT score of 81; 550 for the paper-based test
Required minimum IELTS band score of 6.5
|Housing and Meals
|$ 4,517 per semester for housing
$3,123 per semester for meals
|Health and Safety||Prior to enrollment at Wagner College, all students must submit a complete medical history, immunization record and physical examination signed and stamped by their physician to Ellen Navarro firstname.lastname@example.org
Failure to submit our Health form will result in a delay of registration.Health Insurance: $3,774 per year (full-time matriculated students only)
|Student Housing||Visiting students live in Towers Hall or Foundation Hall|
|Visa and Immigration||J-1 (See https://j1visa.state.gov/)|
|Mandatory Orientation||Fall Semester: August 27, 2022
Spring Semester: January 27, 2023
|Classes opened to visiting students||All classes are opened to visiting students if they have the prerequisites for the courses they are interested in taking. Click on link for public course schedule.|
|Student courses enrollment procedure||Students must list courses on the visiting student application. Exchange program staff will coordinate advisement and enrollment of the courses selected by visiting students.|
|Classes begin||Fall Semester- August 29, 2022.
Spring Semester- January 30, 2023.