Welcome Faculty & Staff!
The College is committed to creating support and resources for all faculty and staff members.
Some helpful links include:
The Office of Design Services is responsible for administering the College’s visual identity as it relates to publications, printed materials, and advertising. The Office supports the College by developing creative print and communication materials vital to its mission.
The College of Staten Island is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for our entire faculty, students and staff.
Public requests for access to CSI records pursuant the NYS Freedom of Information Law (“FOIL”) should be in writing and directed to the College’s Records Access Officer:
Illumira is a state-of-the-art digital media repository service for streaming and preservation of academic and research media for higher education. By providing cost effective media streaming and repository services, Illumira enables institutions to overcome the technical barriers in digitizing and making media available to users through a secure portal. The streaming video collection is accessible at http://csi.njvid.net/ [Update capability currently available only by authorized users].
It is the mission of the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research to support, encourage, and empower faculty to pursue external funding opportunities and to assist them in both pre-award and post-award activities.
The Department of Operational Services provides essential and valuable support services necessary for the efficient operation of Academic and Administrative offices which includes mailroom, receiving, printing and on-campus transportation.
The CSI Software Inventory allows users to search for software in use on campus and provides contact information for vendors and license coordinators.
To submit an event to be posted on the College events calendar.
The College of Staten Island is committed to the well-being of all faculty and staff. CSI Faculty and Staff Wellness offerings include a variety of services and activities to assist individuals in developing the lifestyle changes they would like to make, reduce health risks, and improve fitness.
Created by a CUNY mandate in 1999, the WAC/WID program at the College of Staten Island works with faculty, programs, and departments to explore ways in which writing can enhance student learning, engagement, and success in all disciplines.