College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
Students on Campus



Health & Wellness Services
 Wellness Peer Drop-In Center

Location: 1C, Room 111,
Phone: 718.982.3113

Information is available on a wide range of health topics. Students can stop by for information and speak with a Peer Educator or a professional staff person. No appointment is necessary.

Individual Health Education Appointments
Individual appointments on a wide range of issues, including stress management, reproductive health concerns (birth control alternatives, emergency contraception, STDs, etc.), pregnancy options counseling, alcohol & drug concerns, eating issues, and other health concerns.

Please call 718.982.3113 to schedule an appointment or stop by the Peer Drop-In Center (1C, 111) to be seen as a walk-in. All health education appointments are private and confidential.

Health Promotion Initiatives
Throughout the semester, this office offers programs and outreach addressing various health-related issues including nutrition, healthy relationships, alcohol and drug abuse prevention and awareness, domestic violence, depression, and suicide prevention.  We sponsor an annual health fair as well as a number of blood drives during the year.

Peer Education Program
The Peer Education Program is designed to promote student leadership by utilizing students to provide health and wellness education to their peers. Students selected to work as peer educators receive training to staff the Drop-In Center and to develop programs and interventions to promote healthy lifestyles to the campus community. This office serves as a resource center located in 1C, room 111, offering both peer and professional support as well as information on topics such as stress, depression, domestic violence, and birth control. Information and services are confidential.

Ambassador Program
CSI Ambassadors are students with diverse backgrounds and interests who represent the College while providing campus tours and assisting with special events within academic and student services departments. Students selected for this program receive training and must be interested in serving the College, present a professional appearance and attitude, and make a commitment to the program.