The Verrazano School
Students in The Verrazano School are encouraged to make the most of their college experience by pursuing academic excellence, participating in extracurricular activities, and becoming meaningfully engaged in the community. Requirements for Verrazano students include taking a certain number of Verrazano-designated courses, participating in career-building activities including resume development, engaging in community service, attending extracurricular events during the academic year, and completing a capstone research project and presenting it at the Undergraduate Conference on Research, Scholarship, and Performance. Verrazano students must also maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and remain full-time (12 equated credits or more per semester) during their undergraduate career.
Please review the guidebook for the Verrazano class year into which you were accepted for specific information about program benefits, program requirements, a checklist of requirements for each academic year, and appeal processes. All students must follow the requirements for the Verrazano class year to which they are accepted. This is the case even when students may graduate early or late.
Prospective freshman applicants to the program can view the guidebook for the most recently accepted class for additional program requirements. Prospective transfer and current CSI students can view the guidebook for their anticipated year of graduation.
- Student Guidebook - Class of 2016
- Student Guidebook - Class of 2015
- Student Guidebook - Class of 2014
- Student Guidebook - Class of 2013
- Student Guidebook - Class of 2012