William and Jane Knapp Alumni Center
Learn about the benefits offered to members of the Stony Brook Alumni Association, such as discounts on travel, auto rentals, and sports events; use of the Indoor Sports Complex; University Library privileges; special events and more. Located in Room E-1315 of the Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library.
Call (631) 632-6330
The Interfaith Center
The center offers chaplains and campus ministry, as well as worship services and special programs. Located in Rooms 201-279 of the Student Union Building.
Call (631) 632-6565
Asian Christian Campus Ministry: (631) 632-6564 Room 278
Catholic Campus Ministry: (631) 632-6562
Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life: (631) 632-6565 Room 201
Islamic Society of North America: (631) 632-9769 Room 271
Protestant Campus Ministry: (631) 632-6563
The Office of Donor Relations
The Office of Donor Relations provides information and services to Stony Brook’s thousands of individual and institutional donors, and serves as the University’s primary liaison for donors and the Office of the President, University advancement, Alumni Relations, the Stony Brook Foundation, and our academic community. To learn more about supporting Stony Brook through tax-deductible contributions contact Gerard Defoe, Manager of Donor Relations and Stewardship.
Call (631) 632-6330 or (631) 632-4324
Stony Brook’s 24-hour employment hot line lists new positions available each week. For University vacancies call (631) 632-1129, for Hospital vacancies call (631) 444-4700, or Visit www.stonybrook.edu/jobs
University and University Hospital Job Opportunities
Indoor Sports Complex
The Indoor Sports Complex is open to the off-campus community when not being used for the university classes, sports teams, and scheduled events. Memberships (both individual and immediate family) are available to the off-campus community for an annual fee. Weekly Sports Complex schedules are provided at the front desk. Facilities available for the community members with paid memberships include and indoor upper running track, a general weight room, squash courts (reservation required), and basketball courts. Community members who do not have a Sports Complex membership may pay $5 per visit at the main entrance of the Sports Complex. Applications are available at the main office of the Sports Complex between 9:00am and 4:30pm.
Call (631) 632-7205
Life Science Greenhouse
This 14,000-square-foot facility houses plants that are used as a resource in teaching and research. The greenhouse staff welcomes the community for tours, horticultural talks, and all gardening inquiries.
Call Greenhouse Curator Michael Axelrod at (631) 632-8524 or e-mail Micheal.firstname.lastname@example.org
Stony Brook Union
The Stony Brook Union offers conference facilities, a ballroom, auditorium, art gallery, dining, and an information center in the lobby, providing campus telephone directories and University news and events.
Call (631) 632-6830
Student Activities Center (SAC)
Located in the heart of the academic mall, the SAC features an acoustically superior auditorium that seats 550 people and also has nine meeting rooms that can accommodate between 20 to 84 people. Also available: multipurpose rooms for dances, receptions, award ceremonies, presentations, small concerts, and conferences. Catering is available.
Call (631) 632-6730
Hilton Garden Inn
The Hilton Garden Inn Stony Brook hotel offers stylish accommodations located on the campus of Stony Brook University and just across the street from the Stony Brook University Hospital. Amenities include: Spacious guest rooms with complimentary internet access; business center; the hotel restaurant, The Garden Grille & Bar, open daily for breakfast and dinner and weekdays for lunch; The Pavilion Lounge; complimentary fitness center; indoor pool; flexible meeting space, ideal for seminars and presentations.
Call (631) 941-2980
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
The institute is open to all retired and semi-retired individuals who are interested in expanding their intellectual horizons in a university setting. Avenues for participation include: workshops, lectures, business meetings, committees, offices and social activities. The mostly peer-taught workshops, which carry no credits or prerequisites, are designed to offer an informal exchange of ideas between all participants within a framework of accomplishing the workshop objectives.
Call (631) 632-7063
Senior Auditing Program
Adults 60 years of age and older may audit most New York State-funded, credit-bearing courses at Stony Brook for a nominal fee.
Call (631) 632-OLLI (6554)
The Alumni Association has partnered with Liberty Mutual to offer a defensive driving course for Stony Brook University Alumni, family & friends for $22 a person. The courses are offered at various times throughout the semester.
Visit the event calendar on www.alumniandfriends.stonybrook.edu for more information.
Driver Rehabilitation Program
Consists of 16 hours of classroom education during a seven-week period and screening of participants for indications of possible drug or alcohol abuse. Some participants are required to obtain an evaluation and possible treatment for drug/alcohol abuse.
Call (631) 632-7060
Campus Recreation Center
The new Campus Recreation Center features a three-court gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and badminton; three group fitness studios; a 17,000 square-foot weight/fitness room; Campus Recreation Office; 1/10th-mile track, Multi-Activity Court; locker rooms, equipment rental, two lounges, and wireless internet. The Center also has personal training, blood pressure and body fat testing, available for members.
Call (631) 632-7209
The Center provides psychological services to adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families. Modalities include individual, martial, family, and group therapies. The center also has ongoing psychoeducational testing program for the assessment of mental retardation, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, and other forms of psychopathology. Individual intelligence and personality tests are administered upon request. The Psychological Center gives Stony Brook graduate students in clinical psychology the opportunity to gain clinical experience under the close supervision of the University’s clinical faculty. The Center is also a research facility where studies are conducted to identify causes and effective treatments for a variety of emotional and behavioral disorders. Based on a sliding-scale fee schedule.
Call (631) 632-7830
The Center does not have a 24-hour emergency service. In case of emergency, call the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency program at Stony Brook University Hospital at (631) 444-6050