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CSI On-Demand

This page is filled with virtual resources including a virtual tour of our campus, highlight videos of past on-campus special tours, and recorded information sessions. Visit our events page for information on upcoming infosessions and other opportunities.

Virtual Campus Tour

The next best thing to a real campus tour! Experience ten great campus destinations.

Representatives from CSI will address enrollment steps, college readiness, financing education and the transition to college. The first year of college can be a time filled with many adjustments, challenges and a variety of emotions for your child. We want to be proactive in answering any questions and prepare you to support your child through this experience. The orientation will help you better understand the resources on campus and how to navigate them.  This was recorded May 18, 2023.

The Engineering and Environmental Science Department offers programs leading to the Bachelors degrees in Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Earth and Environmental Science (with a K-12 option), and Associates in Science degree in Engineering Science. The department also offers the Masters in Engineering in Electrical Engineering (ME EE) as well as the Masters of Science in Environmental Science (MS ESC). This is a recorded webinar from Summer 2020.

This short video highlights the Photonics and Communications Lab, the Micro-Controller Lab, and the Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer Lab.

An overview of the Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program and the ASAP Program.  This is a recorded webinar from our April 26, 2020 Virtual Open House.

CSI’s Education program prepares students for Early Childhood, Childhood and Adolescent certification. Learn more about our highly-acclaimed and in-demand program.  This is a recorded webinar from our April 26, 2020 Virtual Open House.

Mathematics graduates are highly sought after by employers in almost every career field, offering attractive salaries. Explore both traditional (teacher, actuary) and non-traditional career paths, such as pre-med and pre-law preparation. Students majoring in Engineering can easily graduate with a minor in Math by taking a single 300-Level Applied Mathematics course. ​Recorded: April 20, Spring 2020 Virtual Infosession Series.

Introduction to the Division of Science and Technology, focusing on a program overview in Biology—Pre-Med/Pre-Health Preparation, PharmD, Medical Laboratory Science, and faculty research efforts in Biology.  Recorded: April 26, Spring 2020 Virtual Open House

Learn about our accredited programs in Nursing, Physical Therapy, and Social Work, with a featured presentation on CSI's prestigious Associate's and Bachelor's programs in Nursing. Recorded: April 26, Spring 2020 Virtual Open House.

This short video highlights the High Fidelity Simulation Laboratory in Marcus Hall (Building 5S).

This short video highlights the Drawing Studio, Sculpture Studio, Printmaking Lab, Painting Studio, Film Developing Studio, Flim/Video Lab, Digitial and Analog Lab, Design and Digital Media Lab, and the Student Art Gallery.  All in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P).

The Computer Science Department offers programs that prepare students for careers as computer professionals and/or for continued study. The major provides a broad-based background in computer science and includes courses in computer software, computer systems, mathematics, network security, and computer hardware. 

This short video highlights various Computer Labs, the Assistive Technology, Access and Multimedia Research Lab, the Image Processing and Visualization Lab, and the CUNY High Performance Computing Center (HPCC).

This short video highlights the Biological and Chemical Sciences Building (6S) which includes the Advanced Imaging Facility and Animal Facilities. 

The discipline of Medical Laboratory Science is a field within the healthcare industry. Medical Laboratory Scientists carry out diagnostic testing in the areas of immunology/serology, hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, blood banking, and molecular diagnostics. This field is in a stage of rapid growth with scientists needed in hospital laboratories, biotechnology companies, biomedical research, forensic and law enforcement laboratories and pharmaceutical or chemical industries.  Recorded Fall 2020.

The faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students of the Department conduct leading-edge research in numerous areas of study including astrophysics and cosmology; theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics; theoretical nuclear and high-energy physics; photonics; and nanotechnology.  Recorded Fall 2020.