Infosessions and walking tours of our beautiful 204-acre campus are conducted every Thursday at 3:30pm sharp by reservation only, and now on select Saturdays or Sundays at 10:00am. Please note that group tours may be available at other times. To make a reservation, please fill out the online reservation form. Our office will confirm with final details for your visit via email.
Travel directions to the college
Special Group Tours
The Office of Recruitment and Admissions is pleased to conduct group infosession/tours for visiting high school students and their chaperones. Visits last for several hours and include a tailored information session, printed materials to take home and tour of our magnificent campus. We are able to accommodate groups of 25 students maximum, and will schedule twice a week during the Fall and Spring semesters: September through December/March through June. College advisors may place online reservations, which will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The CSI Ferry Shuttle is currently accessible only to riders carrying a valid CSI Dolphin card—rendering the ferry shuttle unavailable to group HS and CBO visits. Groups traveling via public transportation are recommended to take the s62 (Ramp A) from the ferry terminal and connect with the CSI Loop Bus once the s62 arrives on campus. Up to 30 minutes additional travel time may be needed.
We will not be scheduling group visits during January and February.
Admissions representatives are available to assist prospective students with questions regarding the admissions process, academic programs and student services. Evening appointments are available every Thursday beginning at 5 pm. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (718) 982-2010 or email@example.com.
Graduate Program Off-Campus Events
A representative from the College of Staten Island will be attending off-campus events and will be available to meet with you to answer questions about the program. Click here to view a list of off-campus events.