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24,693

Spring 2018 Enrolled Students

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- As of Day 15 of Classes

 

 

2,967

Winter Session 2018 Students

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- Record enrollment in Winter

 

 

3,922

East Campus Enrolled Students

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+78 from Spring 2017;  As of Day 15 of Classes

  

 

37,179

Fall 2018 First-Year Applications

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- Record number of applications; as of 2/12/18.

Spotlight

SBU Launches #YouAreWelcomeHere Campaign
#YouAreWelcomeHere is a message of welcome from U.S. higher education to international students around the world.

Our campaign, for prospective students and their families, features video profiles and testimonials from current international students, and their stories of success at Stony Brook.

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Health Sciences Schools Publish 2017-18 Bulletin
Stony Brook's new Health Sciences Bulletin was published in October 2017, and will be updated on a regular basis. 

The Bulletin contains general information about admissions and financial aid, degree requirements, policies, academic standards and course descriptions for all five schools in the health sciences.

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Events

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Prospective Students Explore Shinnecock Bay
One of several specialized visit programs, our School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Red Carpet Days in November 2017 offered future marine scientists the opportunity to travel into Shinnecock Bay on a research vessel.

Visiting families were greeted by about sixty harbor seals enjoying the sun.

  Photo Credit: Christopher Paparo

UPCOMING ADMISSIONS EVENTS

ENROLLMENT

Admissions and Financial Aid Release Earlier Decisions, Scholarship Offers

As part of our efforts to enroll the strongest and most diverse students, the Undergraduate Admissions Office released more than 3300 first-year admit offers in December 2017, one month ahead of prior years. The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office also released merit scholarship offers in December, moving up their release date by nearly two months.

International Admissions Staff Plans 3rd Summer in the U.S.A. Program

Summer in the U.S.A. offers a residential experience for international high school students. In two weeks, they learn about SBU's academic programs, meet our faculty, and enjoy field-trips on Long Island and in New York City. Program dates are July 15, 2018 to July 28, 2018.

Special Visit Programs for Admitted Students

Stony Brook will provide admitted students a variety of special opportunities to visit our campus this spring, including new College of Arts and Sciences Preview Days , special welcome receptions, a visit a class program, and  Admitted Student Days  on April 7th and 8th. Looking to get involved?  E-mail Undergraduate Admissions .

 

RETENTION

Health Sciences Schools, Hospital Transition to 25Live Classroom Scheduling

SBU's Health Sciences Office of Student Services has assumed new responsibilities for classroom scheduling in the Health Sciences Tower for Health Sciences schools and the hospital.   25Live  is a space and course scheduling system to optimize the use of classroom, meeting and other space on campus. Have questions? Get in touch with the Health Sciences Office of Student Services:

Classroom Reservations: hsoss_classrooms@stonybrook.edu
Records & Registration: hsoss_records@stonybrook.edu
Admissions:  hscstudentservices@stonybrook.edu

Registrar, Financial Aid Staff Takes Steps to Protect Students

Collaboration between our Financial Aid and Registrar staffs have led to the establishment of several new tools and policies to protect our most economically-vulnerable students. Stony Brook's new attendance verification process enables compliance with Title IV regulations, so that students can continue to receive Pell grants and other federal aid. A new tab in SOLAR lets students receiving the NY State Excelsior Scholarship confirm that their class schedules are compliant with scholarship regulations.

News You Can Use

 

 Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid staff hosted a workshop at the SUNY Welcome Center in New York City in mid-January to assist EOP applicants with their financial verification forms.

The Health Sciences Office of Student Services processed  5541 applications, admitted 2545 students and enrolled in 1539 for Summer/Fall 2017.

The Registrar's Office has added study abroad coursework on official transcripts.

Enrollment Communications recently launched Inside Stony Brook, a private social network, for our fall 2018 admitted students.

Be on the lookout for our redesigned Financial Aid and Scholarship Services Office website, launching soon.

The Undergraduate Health Sciences Association will host a Valentine's event in February and a Spring event in April.

 

 

WELCOME NEW STAFF

 

Kaitlyn Cozier

Assistant College Registrar for Health Sciences

Dana Orenzo

Staff Assistant for Health Sciences Admissions

Joshua Streich

Financial Aid Assistant  

MAKING HEADLINES

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"How Stony Brook U. launched a successful mobile app for student engagement," EducationDIVE (5 December 2017).

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Congratulations Leigh Mizvesky

We are pleased to report that Leigh Mizvesky has transitioned to the Enrollment and Retention Management team as the Senior Business Analyst. In her new role, Leigh oversees the budgetary activity for Enrollment Management including general financial reporting, forecasting and analysis.

She has been with the University since 2011, beginning her State budget and finance role with the inception of the Campus Recreation Center under Student Affairs. She moved over to Academic Affairs in 2016 in the Registrar's Office. In her roles, Leigh has been responsible for the budgetary development and management of departmental accounts, including State, IFR, FSA, and Stony Brook Foundation. She was responsible for collecting, managing, and analyzing financial data that supported department financial activity for monthly budget reconciliation, as well as the development of detailed budgets and financial plans including fiscal year projections and five-year planning. Leigh is an alumna of Stony Brook University (M.A. Higher Education, 2016). Prior to her experience in the public higher education sector, Leigh worked in non-profit fundraising.

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