College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
CSI Student Government

The Student Government office serves the student population of CSI through its twenty-five (25) representatives who are elected by the student body each spring with a fall election to fill any vacancies. Through its various commissions and committees the Student Government represents student interests to the administration and faculty of the College along with sponsoring many programs of both an academic and non-academic nature. Any student who has earned 6 credits, with at least a 2.25 GPA can run for a seat on the Student Government. The Student Government office provides assistance to student clubs, organizations, and the general student body. The office staff consists of the Student Government Coordinator, an Office Administrative Assistant, and an Evening Office Assistant. The Student Government also hires a student each year to supervise the free coffee it distributes through its Commission on Part-Time, Evening and Weekend Students in the Campus Center weekdays (except Friday) nights and Saturday afternoons.

Student Government provides many programs and services for the students of CSI as well as the College Community. A lot of the work of the Student Government is done through its various commissions and committees. The Student Government as a whole sponsors many programs to assist students such as providing scholarships and loans, and providing funds to buy a copy of all currently used textbooks for the library reserve. They also fund educational and informational forums. The Student Government accepts proposals from the College Community for both academic and cultural programs through special funds provided for these purposes. The Student Government Club Commission provides funding for approximately 40 clubs along with sponsoring the Club Fair, Club Festival, and Club Awards Ceremony. The Election Commission sponsors student elections twice each year at which students are elected to several campus governance bodies.

Students who are having difficulties of any kind are encouraged to contact members of the Student Government in the Campus Center (1C), room 207.

Contact: Donald Hudec, Coordinator
Location: 1C-207
Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 8:00pm, Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Phone: 718.982.3082/3085