Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQ for Lifelong Learning Classes and Events

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQ for Lifelong Learning Classes and Events

  • Will the ACT Legally Blonde, Jr.  shows currently scheduled for May 29, 30 and 31 take place?

The Governor of New York has banned non-essential activities on campus. At this time the show cannot occur due to an executive decision from the Governor's Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, possibly by April 20.

  • What if my family can’t make the new date, can we get a refund

We are working on these logistics but do not know at this point as we are waiting for direction from the Governor’s office and will make appropriate decisions when able to.

  • Can the show license dates be changed ?

We are working with the company to accommodate new dates should we need to reschedule. We will communicate possible new dates once we have further information.

  • Is there any chance Lifelong Learning spring classes can resume and extend through May or June?

We will not know this until after April 20. We are currently working with faculty to transition as many classes as possible to an online format. As we do, we will notify students/parents if their class is switching to an online format.

  • What are the College’s plans for the summer pre-college program for those already registered and those inquiring to register for the July 12 to July 31 programs?

The Governor of New York has banned non-essential activities on campus.. We are unsure if we will be able to hold in person classes due to an executive decision from the Governor's Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, hopefully on or before April 20. We are also exploring the possibility of offering the classes online should the campus remain closed for the summer.

  • If my Staten Island school is scheduled to hold its June graduation at Wagner College, will the graduation still go on as planned?

The Governor of New York has banned non-essential activities on campus. The graduations cannot occur due to an executive decision from the Governor's Office at this time. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany.

  • Is Wagner College still open to summer guests staying on campus  this summer?

We hope to determine this on or before April 20 when we have more information from the State and local governments.

  • How can I arrange to take the MOS Excel Certification Exam for my CS260 class that is required to complete the course?

We are working with our test provider to determine if students can receive vouchers to take the exam remotely in their hometowns. We will update students once we receive this information.

  • Is the Wagner College swimming pool open for my school or group to continue its swim program?

The Governor of New York has banned non-essential activities on campus. At this time the pool is not open due to an executive decision from the Governor's Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, possibly by April 20.

Have another question? Please email lifelong-learning@wagner.edu.