of the Vice President for
Finance and Administration
Ira S. Persky
Vice President for Finance and Administration
Location: South Administration Building (1A), room 309
Phone: (718) 982.2240
Fax: (718) 982.2068
The Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration supports the
College's mission in a manner consistent with responsible fiscal and environmental
Auxiliary Services provides services to students, faculty and staff through
the operation of the campus bookstore, Parking & DolphinCard Services, and food service including
our Park Café restaurant, Bits and Bytes Café and Campus Center
Business Office (Assistance Vice President for Finance and Budget)
Accounting and Reporting, Accounts Payable, Budget Management and Financial Planning, Bursar Services, Fiscal Systems and Part Time Payroll Services, Property Management, Purchasing and Contracts.
Center for the Arts (CFA)
The CFA manages the Springer Concert Hall (911 seats), the Williamson Theatre (442 seats), the Recital Hall (156 seats), and the Lecture Hall (143 seats) and holds all types of events–from dance and music recitals to graduations, benefits, concerts, festivals, public hearings, and CSI classes (usually larger, lecture based or dramatic, performing and creative arts courses).
In this site you will find internal information, summaries and reports, CUNY
Central Office bulletins and reports, and other relevant information to keep
the College community informed of fiscal matters at CSI.
Campus Planning and Facilities Management
The College of Staten Island sits on 204 beautifully landscaped acres and is
the largest college campus in New York City. Campus Planning is charged
with the planning, design, architectural specifications and cost estimating
of the campus spaces. Facilities Management is an integral part of
the CSI College Community by creating and maintaining a safe, functional,
and clean campus environment in support of educational excellence and achievement
of the College’s mission and goals.
Office of Environmental Health and Safety
The College of Staten Island is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment
for all students, faculty and staff. To that end, the College Environmental
Health and Safety Office exists solely to serve the College community through
regulatory compliance, laboratory safety, air quality and mold investigation
and remediation, and accident investigation.
Ensuring the safety of the College community and the many visitors to the campus
is the charge of the Public Safety Department, while striving to maintain
the academic mission of the College.