College of Staten Island | Macaulay Honors College

Macaulay at College of Staten Island

The College of Staten Island is CUNY’s largest campus, situated on 204 beautifully landscaped acres in the middle of New York’s greenest borough.

CSI offers Macaulay students the intimacy of small class sizes and individualized academic advisement with access to all of CUNY’s and CSI’s resources, including more than 70 advanced science laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment, its Astrophysical Observatory recognized by the International Astronomical Union as an official asteroid tracking station, a cutting-edge electronic music studio, and the Center for the Arts, which showcases professional and student productions.

CSI is an NCAA Division II ranked institution. The campus features extensive sports and recreation facilities and is home to numerous athletic teams that have won over 80 CUNY Athletic Conference championships.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Cutting-edge primary research opportunities for students in fields such as neuroscience, biochemistry, breast cancer, childhood development, communications, and modern China
  • Supercomputer for advanced modeling and simulation
  • Green campus, green borough
  • WATCH a student-produced video

Location

2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10314
Phone: (718) 982-2000(718) 982-2000

Macaulay Directors and Honor Student Advisors

College of Staten Island Director Gerry Milligan

Gerry Milligan
Director

College Of Staten Island
gerry.milligan@csi.cuny.edu
718.982.3700718.982.3700
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Macaulay Advisor at College of Staten Island Lisa French

Lisa French
Administrative Director & Advisor

College Of Staten Island
lisa.french@csi.cuny.edu
(718) 982-2067(718) 982-2067
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Macaulay Advisor at College of Staten Island Anita Romano

Anita Romano
Advisor

College Of Staten Island
anita.romano@csi.cuny.edu
(718) 982-2347(718) 982-2347
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Admissions

Macaulay Honors College takes a holistic approach to enrollment, admitting students based on a combination of academic and personal factors.