Open to all members of the campus community
Similar to the fundamentals of the RAD program, this risk reduction and self-defense course is open to all members of the Stony Brook campus community.
The program entails:
- A brief discussion on crime prevention
- Learning and practicing self-defense skills
- Adrenaline stress conditioning through scenario training
The Self-Defense Training program consist of 12 half hour sessions. Sessions are held in the Campus Recreation Center in room WS216 every Monday from 4:30 PM to 5:00 PM. The Self-Defense Training program for the fall semester will commence on August 31, 2015. There is no minimum participation level required. Maximum benefit is achieved by attending as many sessions as possible.
Sign up online for a Self-Defense Training session. Participants are strongly encouraged to register for the class. Registration is open 24 hours in advance of each class.
Organization and groups can request special instruction apart from the Campus Recreation Class. Group Self-Defense class requests can submitted here.
For questions, contact Community Relations at (631) 632-3056. The program is sponsored by the University Police and is free to all Stony Brook University Faculty, Staff and Students.