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If you're a Guido jock fake guy you'llAveragePsychology
If you're a Guido jock fake guy you'll love it here. If you're a snotty close minded arrogant college girl who gives dirty looks at someone who isn't wearing Gucci and likes to spread their legs open for all the mindless athletes you'll love it here. Bring the Mercedes and BMW that your mommy and daddy paid for to school and show it off like you think you have confidence. My spit has more personality and individuality than students here. Don't go here unless you want to change yourself to fit in, and become a horrible human being. Waste of money and time.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
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Wagner is an expensive school.Quite BrightEnglish
Wagner is an expensive school. period. it doesn't matter if you are in-state or out. if you consider dorming, reconsider. the dorms are old, mold filled, and lack ventilation (not to mention there were a few cases of bed bugs being found in the "newer dorms," foundation hall). the campus is magazine perfect and beautiful on the outside. i feel majority of tuition money goes towards the "beauty" of the school (that includes the view of the verrazano bridge). the professors, for the most part, are friendly and approachable. i feel they try too hard to keep up with the college's "perfect" image. they do attempt to be hard asses, but if you come up w/ a convincible excuse, you can get away with murder. student athletes have it made when it comes to lagging behind in school work. they get away with anything.

the school tries to have ongoing campus activities, even for the commuters. 7/10 times the activities cost some amount or you must consider a "donation" in some cases.

the programs offered are ok. honestly, the best programs are biology, nursing, or even the pa program (that is separate i think). everything else is "eh ok." i was a psychology major but when i transfered, i switched to an english major. big mistake.

another thing, if you are transfering, make sure you fight for any credit (they call it units at wagner)being transfered over. in my case they didn't want accept 3 classes. i had the registrar re-look at the classes i took at the prior institution. after being persistant, it turned out two of those credits were transferable. overall, wagner = money. everything else is average.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Social Life: B-
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Love wagner...go here its a great school
1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: A
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