Residential Education

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Welcome to the Office of Residential Education! We’re here to create a safe, respectful, and inclusive residential community that supports and challenges student growth and development through educational, social, and leadership opportunities.

For more information please contact our Central Office at 718-390-3420 or email

Important Dates

  • July 1st: Housing Application Due for First Year Students
  • Mid-July: Housing Assignment, Roommate Information, and Move-In Information Released
    • Early arrival requests, meal plan changes, and lofting kit information will also be included in these emails!
Fall 2022 Move-In Information
  • New Student Move-In: Thursday, August 25th
  • Returning Student Move-In: Sunday, August 28th

New Student Information

Welcome to Wagner College! We are so excited for you to move-in in just a few short months! We’ve included below some links to other pages on our website that will help guide you and/or your family and friends as you prepare to join our Seahawk family in the fall:

Frequently Asked Questions

What to Bring & What Not to Bring

Residence Halls (note: all first-year students live in Harborview Hall)

Information for Family & Friends of Wagner Students


Who are we?

The Office of Residential Education creates a safe, respectful and inclusive community that supports and challenges student growth and development through educational, social and leadership opportunities.

What is our vision? 

Residential Education will support student success through their degree completion as an agency of Wagner College & the Division of Campus Life. We will provide programs and services with direct emphasis on student growth and development with a staff of trained and caring paraprofessionals and professionals. 

What do we value? 


Residential Education is dedicated to partnering with residents to ensure a safe and supportive living environment for all. We strive to enable residents to freely explore their personal identities, as well as gain a deeper understanding of a diverse range of perspectives.


Residential Education believes in the promotion of all students to be engaged members of the campus community. We work to build our community through the promotion of academic success skills, interpersonal development, and civic outreach.  


Residential Education emphasizes that a residential experience enhances a student’s success in college. We promote learning moments in everyday tasks and encourage all to grow into scholars, vibrant community members, and future leaders.  


Residential Education strives to advocate for students living on campus. We approach advocacy as a learning opportunity that encompasses empowerment and encouragement. We want to role model and inspire students to advocate for themselves in regards to their academic success, interpersonal relationships, housing needs, and professional aspirations.


Residential Education values the integration of all students into our campus resources. We work to connect and support residents with offices and services that enhance their success at the college. We value collaborative partnerships across campus and providing training to members of our community.


Antium Font. Textbooks available on Reserve