Education with Impact
If you enroll at Wagner College, what benefits are you going to see in your educational experience — benefits that Wagner specializes in and provides more richly than other colleges do?
High-Impact Practices are undergraduate opportunities strongly associated with student learning and retention. They demand considerable time and effort, facilitate learning outside of the classroom, require meaningful interactions with faculty and fellow students, encourage collaboration with diverse people, and provide frequent and substantive feedback. Participation in these practices can be life-changing! Education experts say that all students should participate in at least two HIPs during their undergraduate experience, and Wagner students report doing just that at significantly higher levels than students at comparable colleges.
Which other HIPs did Wagner students participate in at significantly higher levels than students at other colleges?
Internships or field experience:
Research with Faculty:
5 Great Reasons to be a First-year Student at Wagner College
Source: Wagner students, as reported in the 2015 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).
“Other colleges” shown by comparison are a peer group of private, competitive, small, urban colleges whose students also took the survey. See nsse.indiana.edu for more information.