Wagner Hall is home to three colleges on campus; The Colleges of Nursing, College of Education and Human Sciences and the College of Arts and Sciences. Classroom spaces and various laboratories can be found on each floor.
The lowest level of Wagner Hall has the Department of Modern Languages and Global studies.
Faculty from each college have offices on the second floor. Student artwork is on display in the interior design studios and the Van Zante Gallery. If you are looking for a quick pick me up, or a place to study, visit the Java City located on this floor.
Third level is used for nursing and simulation labs, resources and offices. The Department of Health and Nutritional Sciences is located on the top level. A food science lab used by the department can be found here.
Located at the center of campus, Wagner Hall is connected to the Bailey Rotunda. It is named after Robert T. Wagner, who served as President of South Dakota State University from 1985 to 1997.