Wagner Student Association
The Wagner Student Association (WSA) is the student government and council of New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
The Wagner Student Association (WSA) is the student government and council of New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. The mission of the WSA is to promote leadership and professional development and to foster an inclusive and diverse community through public service for the Wagner student body. In order to achieve this mission, the WSA performs the following activities:
Establishes channels of communication within the student body including:
The Wagner Digest emails; and
Monthly General Student Body Meetings.
Advocates for students by acting as liaison between the student body and the faculty, school administration, and university,
Regulates the management and funding of student groups.
Conducts events and oversees WSA committees (i.e. Wagner Gala, Wagner Happy Hours, Wagner Cares, University Games)
Community Forums & Office Hours
WSA Community Forums are held monthly as a way for students and student groups to come together to promote a sense of community. At these meetings, WSA will also provide updates on the Board's efforts and activities, and will receive student feedback.
WSA Office Hours are held weekly with different members of WSA. Office Hours serve as a private way for students and student group representatives to ask questions and provide input on WSA initiatives.
WSA fulfills its mission by receiving and facilitating feedback on behalf of the student body. If you'd like to contact the Executive Board anonymously, please fill out this Google Form. We are always looking for ways to improve your Wagner experience.