CUNY College of Staten Island Reviews
PROS: Graduated in 2014 with EE. Got a decent job 3 weeks after graduation. a year later I applied for a lot better job in a fortune 100 company and almost at 100k barely 4 years out off school. Its decently easy school, if you are considering higher education keep that GPA above 3.00 believe me it will save headaches for you. CONS: CSI has absolutely no career services, connections, workshop,guidance to get you into your first job or help. All above is my own effort, resume, applications, skill set etc. Would I go again if I could go back in time, yes 100%.
I would highly recommend attending the College of Staten Island. The professors are great many are adjunct professors that teach in surrounding schools such as Rutgers, NYU, and other CUNY schools. I truly enjoyed all my professors there and the campus is beautiful. The price is also inexpensive and the new housing apartments look gorgeous inside.
College of Staten island pushes you to seek information and want to learn more than what the instructor asks of you. The class sizes are more concentrated that larger scale state schools, The interaction with your classmates will make you stronger as a person and make you feel confident in your opinions and responses. You will meet some of your best friends, amazing mentors and grow as a person because of the environment.
I was lucky enough to have obtained a full-time teaching position a few months after receiving my Bachelor's Degree from CUNY College of Staten Island (CSI). As all new teachers are, I was nervous starting a job I had worked so many years toward, but going into it, I felt fully prepared because of the training and experience I gained throughout my studies at CSI. My professors were all former childhood educators and spoke from experience, providing valuable insight that I still carry with me today. I would highly recommend CSI to anyone who is looking to obtain a degree in education.
There was both good and bad that went along with going to CSI. The good was the campus, some of the students and professors. The bad was class schedules and book prices.
There have a very good nursing program, education program and accounting program! Make a good choice!
I majored in English/Creative Writing . A college degree is necessary to secure any professional job and my mastering of the English language, my ability to communicate effectively, has afforded me the opportunity to teach in the private sector....but Science...not English. My school did not help me with my employment search...I was basically left to fend for myself and am still not making nearly enough to support my self