Getting the Most from NYU Wagner
Students come to NYU Wagner from across the U.S. and around the world, arriving with rich experiences in the public, nonprofit and private sectors and with backgrounds in nearly every academic discipline imaginable. In addition to their coursework, they all are looking for ways to connect with others, learn the ropes, find their groove and maximize their time while here.
The time at NYU Wagner can be transformative, both professionally and personally. Whether in their first or last semester, students have many resources to help them navigate their way to graduation.
Who to Go to For What
New students should visit Getting Started for important information about course registration, resources guides and advice on how to get ready for a first semester at Wagner.
As current students proceed through their program, they should consult with a Student and Program Services administrator and their faculty advisor, while also seeking advisement from the Office of Career Services.
Fall 2014 Faculty-Student Meet and Greet
Irshad to NYU Wagner Students: What Do You Stand For?
New Student Retreat Fall 2014
This journey map describes key phases that make up the NYU Wagner student experience.
Composing Your Career
Composing Your Career is a guide for those who know they want their work to matter, but are still curious about how to do that.
Wagner Experience Fund
To help make the important opportunity of working in the field of choice available to as many students as possible, Wagner has created the Wagner Experience Fund, an innovative program that provides financial support for students to take unpaid internships in their field.