Please mark your calendars.
The Office of Recruitment and Admissions will be hosting Admitted Student Conferences (ASC) for newly admitted undergraduate students on the following dates:
Sunday, Mar. 19 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P)
Sunday, Apr. 23 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P)
The ASC is designed to inform students and their parents/guardians about the many opportunities available to them at CSI with the goal that they accept our offer of admission and enroll at the College. At past events, students and their families have been particularly eager to hear directly from faculty members and staff about specific academic programs and student services. I strongly encourage you to send a representative to this program so that you can recruit and familiarize newly admitted students with CSI’s offerings as they build their academic plans. Where possible, we will accommodate special program/department/school specific sessions and tours.
On average, 70-75% of students who attend an ASC enroll at the College. This is a great opportunity to help students explore and discover majors, minors, and other programs.
The event will begin at 10:00am We plan to offer the following options:
- Academic and Student Services Fair from 10:00am- 2:00pm.
- Divisional/School Presentations for Admitted Students (will include an Admissions Representative to cover steps to enrolling)
- Undecided Major – Admitted Student Session
- Campus Tours
- Enrollment Services (Admissions, Financial Aid, CAAS, and others) in Building 2A
- Housing Workshop
The Fair is optional for academic departments. We would like to have representation from all departments for their respective division/school session. We will follow-up with the session schedule.
I ask that you please confirm your department’s attendance at these events by contacting John Kim, Admissions Advisor, by Friday, March 10. John may be reached at John.Kim@csi.cuny.edu or 718.982.2012.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
By Emmanuel Esperance, Jr.