As the school’s governing association, WSA fosters community, promotes leadership and professional development opportunities, facilitates dialogue around academic feedback, and enhances visibility for the Wagner student body.
ACE advocates for the inclusion of emerging issues in key courses and curricula and works to build an understanding of the intersections of climate with urban planning, health, and public policy.
ALAS creates platforms from which the NYU community can engage and advocate for issues relevant to Latinx and their Diasporas around the world.
BSA provides various support mechanisms, increases social networks, and facilitates policy discussions relevant to students of color at Wagner.
EPN provides students with a forum in which to network, debate, analyze policy, and explore the diverse career opportunities within the field of education.
FGSA is dedicated to enriching the Wagner experience of students who are first in their families to attend graduate school in the United States.
IPSA is dedicated to enriching the Wagner experience by raising awareness of, and fostering constructive and innovative debate on, international public service issues.
PASA is committed to raising visibility and awareness regarding Asian/Pacific Islander social and policy issues—both domestic and international, within the public service sector and the wider community.
SIIA seeks to empower students to be leaders in the fields of impact investing, social entrepreneurship, and innovation through partnerships with professionals and networking opportunities, including educational seminars and professional training.
SCJR encourages interdisciplinary dialogue to explore the intersections between criminal justice and other areas of public policy.
SPA increases the community’s knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the LGBTQIA community by facilitating productive dialogue, promoting alliances, and fostering partnerships between other organizations both within NYU and throughout the greater NYC area.
UPSA fosters a supportive environment for students who seek to develop a deeper appreciation and understanding of various urban planning issues such as transportation, housing, and infrastructure.
WagnerTech supports a vibrant community of students and faculty interested in technology in public service.
WCG aims to increase the skill sets specific to strategy, business, and operations consulting for the Wagner student body, while developing the professional and academic opportunities for students interested in pursuing careers in any field of consulting.
WEFA is committed to increasing the education and awareness of economic policy issues, broadening the traditional perception of the public service finance field, and establishing and sustaining a forum for institutions, professionals, academics, alumni, and students.
WFPA is a coalition of individuals and organizations across the NYU community who are working towards a just and sustainable food system.
WHN serves as an academic, professional, and social support to students interested in the fields of health policy, health management, health finance, and international health.
WISS facilitates dialogue and fosters events to address and promote international student interests.
WMLO serves as a forum for students who aspire to develop their management skills for the public good.
Wagner Philanthropy is committed to engaging students in both grant-making and fundraising through the lens of public service.
WPA seeks to foster critical thinking, dialogue, and debate around policy issues.
The Wagner Refugee Action Council fosters conversations with and about refugees, and seeks to empower students to understand, advocate for, and empower refugees as part of our vibrant and diverse world, both domestically and internationally.
The Wagner Review is the student-run academic journal, publishing original peer-reviewed research, scholarship, and commentary from a diverse group of students and alumni that reflects the academic programs offered and scholarly research conducted at NYU Wagner.
WSAFA brings together students and faculty interested in addressing socio-economic and political issues facing African communities both here in the US and internationally.
WagVets aims to support and advance professional, personal, and academic growth of our Veteran student population.
WWC aims to raise awareness and engage the community in issues related to women.
WAPA provides the space, resources and structure for Wagner students to act for issue areas such as social, economic, and environmental justice through skill-building, issue-based education, organizing, and civic engagement.
Wagner City Gov is committed to engaging Wagner students interested in New York City and New York State government and facilitating dialogue around local policy issues in New York City with leaders in government.