Wagner CollegeWagner College
Wagner College is a private liberal arts college located in Staten Island, New York. Through our signature four-year undergraduate curriculum, The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts, and our location in New York City, the College offers students a comprehensive educational program that is anchored in the liberal arts, experiential and co-curricular learning, interculturalism, interdisciplinary studies, and service to society.
The Princeton Review
• Listed in the 2014 Best 378 Colleges guide.
• Ranked #2 among collegiate theater programs.
• Ranked in "Great Schools" for health services and education majors.

U.S. News & World Report
• Ranked among the top "Up-and-Coming" universities in the North (2010–14)
• Listed in "Programs to Look For": First-Year Experience, Internships, Learning Communities, and Service Learning

PayScale 2013 College Salary Report
• Wagner ranks in the top 6% nationwide for graduates' salaries

• Ranked in the Forbes 2013 Top Colleges for Return on Investment (ROI)
Student Profile
Enrollment: 1,810
Geographic diversity: 45 states and 23 foreign countries
On-campus residents: 80%
Student:Faculty Ratio: 14:1

Freshman Class
Average GPA: 89
Average Test Scores Submitted (Optional): SAT 1710, ACT 26
Gender: 41% male, 59% female
Geographic diversity: 29 states and 11 foreign countries
Financial Aid and Affordability
Wagner College is dedicated to making a top-notch undergraduate education affordable.
Wagner undergraduates receiving financial assistance: Over 90%
Typical need-based financial aid award:
Combination of scholarships, grants, loans, and college work-study
How to apply for financial aid: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), www.fafsa.ed.gov
Priority deadline: February 15
More information: wagner.edu/financial-aid
Special Programs
Honors Program
Five honors courses and a senior independent study are required to complete Wagner's honors program. Freshmen may live in an honors-themed community in a residence hall.

Civic Engagement
The IMPACT (Inspiring Mutuality, Participation and Civic Transformation) Scholars program is designed for students who have a passion for community service. Activities include workshops, lectures, internships, conferences, and more. Participants may live in the civic engagement community in a residence hall.

Study Abroad
Wagner offers short-term study abroad courses through the Expanding Your Horizons Program, as well as semester, summer, or year abroad opportunities at locations throughout the world.
Contact Us

Ph: 800-221-1010 or 718-390-3411

Wagner College Admissions
One Campus Road
Staten Island, New York 10301
School Codes
SAT: 2966 ACT: 2984 FAFSA: 002899
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