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Student Government

Building 1C, Room 207

The College of Staten Island Student Government is comprised of 25 representatives (President, Vice President and Senators) elected by the student body each spring semester. Organized into commissions with specific mandates (e.g., Academic and Curricular Affairs; Campus Center and Student Facilities; Clubs; Elections; Finance; Part-Time, Evening, and Weekend Students; Student Accessibility and Veterans Affairs and Student Services). Student Government represents student interests to the administration and faculty of the College and serves as an advocate for student ideas and concerns. The Student Government charters and funds student clubs and organizations, coordinates student elections, allocates a designated portion of the Student Activity Fee towards scholarships, academic funds, social events and various initiatives to benefit the student body and advises the College on the utilization of Campus Center space to serve students in their co-curricular activities. Student Government senators serve as representatives of the student body on numerous planning and decision making committees alongside faculty and members of the CSI administration. The Office of Student Government is located in the Campus Center, Building 1C, Room 207, and can be reached at 718.982.3082.