Instructions for accessing the library’s electronic resources from off-campus.
Services for Persons with Disabilities
The CSI Library is committed to providing equal access to all library materials, programs, and services by all its patrons, including those with disabilities. Learn about our assistive services and technology for persons with disabilities.
Manage your library account and renew books online through One Search.
Request to borrow books and other materials not available from CUNY Libraries.
Code of Conduct
Some behavior and activity limits the Library’s ability to offer services. To ensure that everyone is able to use library resources and services effectively, patrons and visitors are expected to follow these policies when using the CSI Library.
Materials Request Form
Request that the library purchase books, journals, and audio-visual materials for our collection. You can use this form to request that the library purchase a variety of materials for the library's collections.
Research Consultations The Library offers a consultation service open to CSI faculty, staff, or students who need assistance with in-depth research questions. Please use this sign up form to schedule a one-on-one appointment with the liaison librarian for your subject area.
The Counseling Center offers secure video or telephone counseling, medication services, same-day virtual drop-in appointments, group counseling, and after-hours services. If you have an immediate need to speak to a counselor, please call 718-982-2391. Someone is available 24/7.
The Carroll and Milton Petrie Student Emergency Grant Fund provides grants to eligible matriculated students in good standing who experience an emergency that might prevent them from continuing their education.
Health and Wellness Services offers telehealth--a safe and easy way to connect with the nurse practitioner and nurse via secure video for physical exams for programs, sick visits, STI testing, or to answer questions/concerns about alcohol or drug issues.
The LGBTQ+ Support Group is a virtual space where students can express themselves, make friends, and have discussions. This group allows you to receive and give support, learn about one another’s experiences, and be in a safe space for exploration.
Academic Advising offers guidance in major and minor declaration and can assist in pre-application preparation for special programs. CAAS assists all students with general education requirements, academic standing concerns, GPA calculations, en route Associate's degree applications, financial aid course compliance issues (TAP and TITLE IV appeals), DegreeWorks, and general academic advisement and course selection.