Selective Programs

CSI Alumna Soaring to New Heights: Lucinda Zawadzki ’15 Attending University of Oxford on Full Scholarship

Apr 24 – Macaulay Honors College (MHC) alumna, Lucinda Zawadzki ’15 has received a full scholarship to the University of Oxford to pursue a PhD in Zoology. Through the more »

Scholar-Athlete Tim Sweeney ’17 Accepted to Columbia University

Apr 17 – College of Staten Island (CSI) student Tim Sweeney ’17 continues to swim in success as the captain of the CSI Men’s Swimming and Diving Team has more »

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National Grid Fuels the Future of CSI Engineering Students with Three-year Scholarship Investment

Apr 12 – National Grid empowers tomorrow’s workforce through sustained commitment to the College of Staten Island (CSI) and STEM students National Grid has a long- standing partnership with more »

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Rachel Furhang ’17 Takes on Research and Much More

Mar 31 – Not only does Rachel Furhang ’17 have a white belt in jiu jitsu, she has certainly reached “black belt” status in the academic arena. The more »

Michelle Kushnir ’17: Student Success On and Off the Court

Mar 17 – As a star athlete, tech expert, and Macaulay Honors College (MHC) student, Michelle Kushnir ’17 may appear to have a full college plate. However, being more »

Verdict is In: James Raio ’17 Heading to Law School

Mar 15 – Ever since Career Day at PS 53, James Raio ‘17 has wanted to be an attorney. In fall 2017, the College of Staten Island (CSI) more »

Shantel Rowe ’17: Embracing Academics and The Arts

Mar 3 – “Writing is an extension of oneself. When I write, I can show the parts of my soul, and heart that aren’t visible to the naked more »

Brian Raleigh ’18 Harmonizes Academics and Interests

Feb 15 – It has been well established among researchers that music can have a relaxing effect on people. Perhaps, no one knows that better than College of more »



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BASEBALL WEEKEND SET VS. LEHMAN POSTPONED TO SUNDAY/MONDAY

Apr 29 – Due to overnight rains and field conditions, the College of Staten Island baseball teams three-game set vs. Lehman College has been pushed back a day. more »