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?

With current guidelines in place, the show cannot occur as originally scheduled. We have tentatively rescheduled for December 2020 but this will be dependent on NYS/NYC regulations and MTI licensing permissions.

  • Will Wagner College Lifelong Learning be offering summer camps this year?

We have finalized our Summer 2020 programs. All programs will be virtual as Wagner College works to make changes to the campus inline with the guidelines set by the State for Higher Education reopening, currently planned for Phase 4.

  • 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?

Due to the coronavirus global pandemic, in-person programs, including our traditional Pre-College Programs, have been canceled for this summer. We are happy to announce for the first time select online classes are available for high school students to audit or take for credit this summer. If you are interested in learning more, please visit the Wagner College page regarding summer course enrollment and application.

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

Wagner College will remain closed for visitors and non-essential business this summer in order to make changes to the campus inline with the guidelines set by the State for Higher Education reopening, currently planned for Phase 4.

  • 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?

Wagner College will remain closed for visitors and non-essential business this summer in order to make changes to the campus inline with the guidelines set by the State for Higher Education reopening, currently planned for Phase 4.

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