Until further notice, the Office of Student Life will be operating virtually Monday through Friday, during regular office hours from 9am - 5pm. Please email us at email@example.com or leave a voice message at 718.982.3088 (your voice messages are translated to our email system, so we can respond to your call). We will get back to you as soon as possible.
To learn about getting involved in student groups, student events or the CLUE program, we encourage you to visit CSI Connect at https://csi.campuslabs.com/engage/ or download the CORQ App. You can search for events, groups and more.
Our Food Pantry is available, please check your CIX email every Monday for information on how to schedule an appointment.
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Office of Student Life
Mission Statement:The Office of Student Life is dedicated to creating learning experiences which complement academic pursuits, support holistic student development and foster an engaging campus community.
The Office of Student Life is always available to help students make a connection to the CSI community and enhance their educational experience. Students can stop by the Campus Center (1C), room 201, to “Get Connected” to student life at CSI!
The office serves the entire population of CSI by providing leadership development opportunities, advisement to clubs, organizations and publications including Student Government, the Campus Activities Board, WSIA-FM and through management of the Campus Center. The Office of Student Life provides a variety of services and programs including coordination of student leadership programs and civic engagement initiatives, publication of the student handbook, The Gazetteer and through implementation and coordination of a diverse calendar of student events.
Office of Student Life Learning Outcomes
- Students will possess knowledge of leadership and leadership styles and how their leadership styles play out in the context of group development
- Students will understand the value and importance of co-curricular involvement to their personal and professional growth
- Students will be able to identify important problems, questions or issues and use critical thinking and problem solving skills to formulate a plan of action
- Students will develop a self-understanding and respect and the ability to use self-reflection and ethical reasoning in actions and decision-making
- Students will demonstrate leadership skills to effectively assist their group achieve its mission and goals while utilizing the contributions and involvement of others
- Students will establish healthy relationships and effective collaboration by managing conflict and respecting different points of view