Wagner was ranked among the top 42 colleges of the 171 ranked regional universities in the northeastern United States.
Among Wagner’s strengths in the U.S. News rankings data were class size and faculty/student ratio.
- More than two-thirds of all classes at Wagner College have fewer than 20 students.
- And Wagner has one professor for every 10 students.
“Wagner prioritizes student-faculty engagement to provide a rich, personal learning environment,” said Wagner College President Joel W. Martin. “I am proud of and grateful for the leadership of our faculty in the many ways they empower students to learn and thrive.”
INDIVIDUAL RANKING LISTS
Best Value School — For the fourth year in a row, Wagner College was also included on the list of “Best Value Schools” among northern regional universities.
“Affordability matters in finding the best fit school,” U.S. News editors said to explain the Best Value Schools list. “To determine which colleges and universities offer the best values for students, U.S. News & World Report factors academic quality and cost after accounting for total expenses and financial aid.”
Nursing — Wagner College’s Evelyn L. Spiro School of Nursing was ranked in the top half of all collegiate nursing programs in the country on a brand-new list of Undergraduate Nursing Programs published in the 2022 U.S. News Best Colleges guide.