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CUNY Staten Island is a public graduate school in Staten Island, New York in the New York City Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 1,085 graduate students. The 24 graduate programs at CUNY College of Staten Island are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at CUNY College of Staten Island are Special Education and Teaching, Social Work, and Elementary Education. 81% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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I obtained my post- masters certificate from the College of Staten Island. It is a great school with wonderful professors. The curriculum prepared me well for my role as a nurse practitioner. I would recommend anyone to their program. One thing I will like to change is the opportunity to be more assistive to failing students. They need to develop other ways of helping students to make up for failing a course instead of them being thrown out if they fail a course after repeated attempts. This is just not with the College of Staten Island, it applies to all the CUNY colleges.
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I liked the campus and most of the professors at the school. It's a great school but the one thing I would improve on is the help of the facility on employment for the graduating classes. There was no sense of internships, resume building or employment opportunities that were really given. It was like you graduated, and thrown to the wolfs, in finding employment. So that's really the most critical improvement I would recommend.
Great place to get an education for your money. It is what you make it, remember to go to ratemyprofessor before registering.