- Student Group Directory
- Wagner Student Association
- Guidelines for Forming New Student Groups
- Funding for Student Groups
The Wagner Student Association encourages students to get involved in extracurricular student life at Wagner’s through student organizations, volunteer efforts, and community events.
WSA is continuing the Wagner Leadership Academy, a pilot program that was started in 2009 in partnership with NYU Wagner’s Research Center for Leadership in Action and the NYU Wagner Office of Student Services. The academy focuses on the leadership development of student group leaders. This fall, the academy will take as its theme “Innovation in leadership”; in the spring semester we will focus on “Sustainable leadership.”
Wagner Volunteer Corps
The Wagner Volunteer Corps (WVC) aims to create, promote and participate in volunteer opportunities by building connections to the community while enhancing experiential learning.
Opportunities to get Involved
Wagner Student Groups offer the Wagner community diverse, social, educational, and informational programs designed to enrich the Wagner experience by offering such events as networking socials, panel discussions, seminars and community outreach projects.
The Wagner Student Association (WSA) has many ways for new and continuing students to get involved!
Wagner Student Activities Calendar offers events held by Wagner Student Groups in and around Puck. WSA general meetings are open to all Wagner students and take place monthly during the school year at Puck.