Foundation Hall

Foundation Hall

As the newest Residence Hall on Wagner’s campus (Opened in January of 2010), Foundation Hall houses about 200 students who are primarily seniors. In addition to the numerous amenities Foundation offers (see below), Foundation also houses the Bridges Program which helps seniors transition to life after college.

 

Amenities
  • Suite-style rooms, each with two double bedrooms, a bathroom, and a cabinet/counter area for preparing food (no formal kitchen)
  • Each bedroom comes furnished with a bed, desk, wardrobe, and dresser for each student
  • 6 larger suites, called “Seahawk Suites,” feature 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom, and a furnished common living area with includes a cabinet/counter area for preparing food (no formal kitchen), TV stand, couch, and other living room furniture
  • 4 single student rooms w/private bathroom
  • Many suites and lounges have floor-to-ceiling windows, with plenty of natural light and great views of the surrounding area
  • Each floor has two common rooms, one quiet study room, and two laundry rooms
  • A small café with Starbucks coffee and small breakfast items is located on the first floor of the building
  • HVAC with individual room controls
  • Cable in each room
  • Wifi
  • Ice machine and vending
  • Recycling closets
  • Gender neutral bathrooms on each floor
Staffing

Foundation Hall is proudly served by the following Residential Education staff members:

  • Jonathan Rosario, Area Coordinator
  • Jonathan Goldenberg, Graduate Residential Coordinator
  • 4 Resident Assistants

 

 

Take a Quick Glimpse at Foundation!

BRIDGES Program

BRIDGES is the programming model that is for seniors at Wagner. The primary focus of BRIDGES is to aid students in making connections and preparing them for life after Wagner. By teaming  up with campus resources we can provide programs such as networking opportunities, resume building, GRE prep, and cooking classes.

 

Antium Font. Textbooks available on Reserve