The residence halls are supervised and all the guests are required to register upon entering the residence halls. The safety provided by automatic high-security locks on the residence hall doors is supplemented by regular Resident Life patrols.
Residence Hall Safety Coordinators routinely patrol the outside and inside of the residence halls. Desk attendants are on duty from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm while Resident Assistants and Graduate Resident Managers attend the reception desk from 8:00 pm to midnight.
Replacement of Residence Hall Room Keys
If a student loses his room key, he/she must report it to the residence hall director.
- Harbor View Hall Extension #3442
- Parker Towers Hall Extension #3161
- Guild Hall Extension #7359
- Foundation Hall Extension #4536
Sexual Harassment / Sexual Misconduct Policy
Colleges and universities have a moral obligation to develop policies that protect students and employees from sexual harassment and any other forms of sexual misconduct. Effective policies can help shield higher education institutions from potential liability , as well as address legitimate faculty and student concerns.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission defines sexual harassment as unwelcome verbal, physical or sexual conduct that is 1) made a condition of academic success and employment; 2) used as the basis for employment/academic decisions; 3) results in discrimination or harm caused by an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work/academic environment.
The Equal Opportunity Grievance Committee shall consist of the Provost, the Vice President for Finance and Administration, the Vice Provost and a student.
Sexual misconduct is nonconsensual, intentional physical contact of a sexual nature which includes unwelcome physical contact with another person's genitals, buttocks and/or breasts. Lack of consent may be inferred by physical intimidation, coercion, force, or advantage gained by the alleged victim's mental and/or physical incapacity, of which the perpetrator was, or should have been aware.
If you feel you have been assaulted, you should report the incident to one of the following:
- Director Public Safety, Public Safety Office, 718-390-3165 (office), or 718-390-3148 (24 hours)
- Associate Dean of Campus Life, 718-420-4017
- Dean of the College, Wagner Union 221, 718-390-3423
- Counseling Services, Campus Hall, 718-390-3158
- Director of Housing, Towers Residence Hall, 718-390-3420
- Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Wagner Union 4th Floor, 718-420-4024
During a discussion with the alleged victim of sexual misconduct he/she will choose the recourse deemed most appropriate. (See Major Offense section under "Reporting of Campus Incident of Major Offense Violation".)
Please note the Sex Crimes 24-Hour Hot Line is 212-267-7273. The Victim Services Community Office is at 25 Hyatt Street, 5th Floor, Staten Island, New York 10301. The telephone number is 718-448-3118.
Wagner College adheres to the following alcohol policies as stated by the New York State Alcoholic Beverage Law:
- No one under the age of 21 may purchase, possess, or consume alcohol.
- The transporting of alcohol in open containers (i.e., bottles, cans, cups, glasses, etc.) or the consumption of alcoholic beverages within public areas is prohibited.
- No alcoholic consumption is permitted in public areas unless otherwise verified.
- The sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages to persons under the legal drinking age is a serious criminal offense. Individuals can be held both criminally and civilly liable for the injury or death of any person resulting, either directly or indirectly, from the distribution of alcoholic beverages by them to a person under the legal drinking age.
- No kegs are permitted on the College campus. The only exceptions are registered events through the Director of Dining Services. The fine for possession of a keg is $100.00.
In compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, Wagner College informs students of the New York State Alcoholic Beverage Law listed in the current Student Handbook. The Counseling Center, Health Center and the Dean of Students Office are all places for students to seek counseling and receive resource information. The Alcohol Policy allows the students who are 21 years of age or older to drink alcohol in the privacy of their room. All Federal, State and City laws concerning alcohol, illegal drug use, sale and possession are strictly enforced.