Welcome to the Faculty Student Association (FSA)
||STUDENT CENTER, 394 Lenox Rd, Rm 2-09
Mon - Fri (Except Holidays) 8am - 4pm.
||FSA Business Office Team eMail, 718-270-3148
FSA operates businesses and business related auxiliary services listed in the left column for the Downstate community
FSA was organized in 1950 and exists under a contract between FSA and SUNY to provide services to this campus as a nonprofit auxiliary service corporation. The FSA has a 16 member Board of Directors consisting of Faculty, Students and Staff and its Business Office is located in the Student Center Rm 2-09.
Business Office Staffing Update:
- Rodney Venten retired as Director of Finance on 1/8/16. FSA thanks Rodney for his dedicated services and wishes him a prosperous and healthy future. The Director of Finance is being transitioned to the new role of "Controller" being provided by the firm of Demasco Sena and Jahelka, LLP (DSJ) until a permanent Controller is engaged. The DSJ staff includes Christopher Sena, Bob Jahelka, Anthony Condoleo, and Anthony Carrella.
- Matthew Jarvis of DSJ is temporarily filling the Bookkeeper role.
- Please Use the FSA Business Office Team eMail link in the INFO box (upper right of all FSA pages); It will auto-address an eMail to all relevant individuals on the team.
FSA is committed to environmental best practices, including: the purchase of equipment that reduce consumption of energy and water; use of healthful and sustainable indoor and outdoor materials wherever possible; proper supply chain management to ensure we are working with eco-friendly partners and vendors, and effective recycling strategies to minimize our carbon footprint.
FSA Green Initiatives:
Zipcars An Energy efficient car sharing program.
University Bookstore Purchase Travel Mugs & get a discount when buying beverages at the cafeteria. Recycled Paper sales, and Used Textbook buyback program.
Laundry Services Installed High Energy Efficient Washers and Dryers with " LaundryView" on the web.
Vending Services Installed Energy Efficient electrical misers on refrigerated machines.