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Auxiliary Services

As you know, The College of Staten Island is transitioning to distance learning for students and to telecommuting and/or flexible working arrangements for its staff. Consequently, the Auxiliary Services Administrative office is adjusting our current business practices to provide essential services to students, faculty, staff and members of the community. 

Hours of Operation 

Please be advised that office will be operating remotely during our regularly scheduled hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. We are constantly monitoring all communications received via e-mail and voicemail. You will receive a response to your communication within one business day. 

Contact Information

Building 1C, Room 208

Administrative Offices

Building 1C, Room 208


The mission of the CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation is to support the College of Staten Island by providing services and products that meet the needs and expectations of the students, faculty, staff and visitors of the college. Central to this effort is the ability to recognize the diverse constituent population of the college and to maximize customer satisfaction while maintaining the financial integrity of the corporation.

The College of Staten Island Auxiliary Services Corporation, Inc. (CSI-ASC), incorporated in 1977, is a non profit corporation established by and for the benefit of the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York. The CSI-ASC is governed by the Not-For-Profit Corporation Laws of the State of New York. The by-laws of the corporation detail the purpose, membership requirements, director responsibilities, and specification for the corporation assets and funds. The eleven member Board of Directors consists of five (5) students, two faculty and four representatives of the administration. The corporation operates in accordance with guidelines established by the College and the City University of New York. The CSI-ASC is self-supporting through the sale of its services. Any income after operating expenses and funding requirements is used to benefit the College by supporting numerous campus programs.

Revenues are used to provide employment opportunities for students in the Campus Center, provide financial support for the New Student Orientation Program, assist with commencement activities, fund the CSI Community Relation Accounts, purchase equipment for the college and support the CSI Foundation through annual donations to the scholarship fund. Since 1977 the corporation has provided in excess of $3,000,000 in support of college programs.