Dec. 2 Infosession Postponement

DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, WE PLAN TO RESCHEDULE THE I2/2/19 ENS/MTH/PHY INFOSESSION. WE WILL POST A RESCHEDULED DATE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Upcoming Events

2019 FALL EVENING INFOSESSION SERIES

Please join us for in-depth, professor-led exploration of our most popular disciplines, followed by a special tour of our state-of-the-art facilities. Questions? Please call us: 718-982-2597 or 718-982-2259.

 

POSTPONED: DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, WE PLAN TO RESCHEDULE THE I2/2/19 ENS/MTH/PHY INFOSESSION. WE WILL POST A RESCHEDULED DATE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

BACHELOR AND ADVANCED DEGREE OPPORTUNITIES IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, AND PHYSICS

Date: Monday, 12/2/19
Time: 6:15pm arrival, 6:30–8:30pm
Place: Green Dolphin Lounge, Campus Center (1C-GDL). Infosession followed by lab tours
Parking: Lot 4, Lot 6 or Faculty Lot 1

An exciting opportunity–prior to the infosession​ the Astrophysical Observatory (Building 6N) will be open at 5:00pm for special tours, demonstrations and viewing of the celestial sky and rarely seen visible planets. Please make a reservation for the special tour. Please park in Lot 6 adjacent to the Observatory. 

Explore our Electrical Engineering (BS and overview of MEEE), comprehensive Engineering Science program, and NYS license-preparatory Earth Science/Environmental Science program. Graduates earn among the highest initial salaries and their resulting analytical and technical skills are prized by employers. The high-tech field of Electrical Engineering has historically exhibited steady growth and has been the breeding ground for modern advances in telecommunications, automation, and networking, among other technologies. Students at CSI are able to enroll and pursue both undergraduate and graduate studies in this prestigious program.

CSI is the only college on Staten Island, the second institution within the City University of New York (CUNY) and one of only a few in the greater metropolitan area offering an ABET-accredited Bachelor’s and Master’s in Electrical Engineering (BSEE and MEEE).

It’s possible to transform your love of mathematics into a lucrative career. Math majors can excel in almost any career field due to their well developed critical thinking skills. Consider using math as a stepping stone to medical school. We offer Bachelor of Science degrees offerings in Pure Mathematics, graduate school preparation, secondary school teaching, and a joint degree with Computer Science. Possible careers include economists, astronomers, actuary, physicist statistician and research analyst, with 70k and higher starting salaries.

The faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students of the CSI Department of Physics and Astronomy conduct leading-edge research in numerous areas of study including astrophysics and cosmology, photonics; and nanotechnology. Yes, you really can be a rocket scientist! We offer undergraduate Bachelor's of Science degrees in Physics (major and minor), including degrees with a focus in Astrophysics or in Teaching (grades 7–12). We also mentor and advise Ph.D. students in Physics and Astronomy through our consortium partnership with the CUNY Graduate Center.

Light refreshments served. This event requires a reservation.

Meet our faculty:

  • Mark Feuer, Ph.D., Professor of Engineering and Environmental Science, MEEE Program
  • Anthony Conte, M.S., Lecturer and Program Coordinator, Mathematics
  • Carlo Lancellotti, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Mathematics; Graduate Faculty, Physics, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Vadim Oganesyan, Ph.D.; Professor and Chair, Physics and Astronomy, Graduate Faculty, Physics, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Irving Robbins, (retired professor) Director, Astrophysical Observatory, Physics and Astronomy

BIOLOGY, PRE-PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION AND RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

Date: Friday, 12/6/19
Time: 6:15pm arrival; Infosession at 6:30pm, followed by Advanced Imaging and Animal Facilities Tours
Place: Biological and Chemical Sciences Building (6S), Room 138
Parking: Lot 2 or Faculty Lot 1

Explore CSI as a stepping stone to professional schools in the Health Sciences. Join us to discuss the Biology major as preparation for MD, DO, PA, DDS, DPT, and other health-related programs, with early research opportunities available. Concentrations include Bioinformatics; Ecology, Evolution and Behavior; Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology; Neuroscience; and Health Science. CSI also offers the MS and PhD (jointly with The City University Graduate School Center) in Biology, MS in Biotechnology, MS in Environmental Science and MS in Neuroscience.

Light refreshments served. This event requires a reservation.

Meet our faculty:

  • Grozdena Yilmaz, MPAS, PA-C; Lecturer and Program Coordinator for Pre-Professional Preparation in Medicine
  • Greg R. Phillips, Ph.D.; Professor, Interim Director, Center for Developmental Neuroscience, Department of Biology; Center for Developmental Neuroscience, Biology Ph.D. Program, Graduate Center, CUNY
  • Chang-Hui Shen, Ph.D.; Professor and Chair, Biology Department; CUNY Graduate Center, Ph.D. Program in Biology; Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies, CUNY

If you are interested in meeting with the faculty in any of the above disciplines, or visiting additional destinations on our magnificent campus, please call Holly Block @ 718-982-2259. We will be happy to make arrangements.

AAS AND BS IN NURSING

Date: Friday, 12/20/19
Time: 6:15pm Arrival; 6:30pm–8:00pm
Place: Marcus Hall, Building 5S, Rooms 218 and 215. Infosession followed by lab tour and demonstration
Parking: Lot 3 or Faculty Lot 1

Join us to discuss CSI's prestigious Associate's and Bachelor's programs in Nursing. CSI's RN to BSN program has been ranked #8 in NYS.* Enjoy a rare opportunity to tour our state-of-the-art Nursing Labs. Students have the opportunity to remain at CSI to pursue a Master's and ultimately a Doctorate in Nursing. Limited seating—make your reservation. today!

* Source: NursingProcess.org

Light refreshments served.

Meet our Faculty:

  • Regina Gonzalez-Lama, RN, BSN, MSN, Lecturer

Admissions Services

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 admissions@csi.cuny.edu.

Graduate Program

A representative from the College of Staten Island will be attending events and will be available to meet with you to answer questions about the program. Click here to view a list of events.