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Housing and Dining

Residential & Commuter Options:

Participants may elect to live on campus with other student researchers or to commute. Housing arrangements are available for the full 7 weeks of the program (including weekends).

Students who dorm on campus typically are assigned to a double room in a university residence hall, supervised by live-in residence staff and are responsible for paying their own housing fees prior to the program start date. Please note that residential students (minors) are not allowed to bring a car to campus and that there is strict supervision of Conference Housing guests under the age of 18. Rules for minors living in campus housing can be accessed here [2015 Housing regulations for minors].

Campus dining offers a meal card/declining balance plan for both residents/ commuters (i.e. you pay a la carte for what you are buying/eating (e.g. pizza slices, wraps, salad bar, burgers, yogurt, cereal, soup, etc) rather than a specific $ amount per meal). Students living in residence halls must have a minimum buy in of $20/day. Note: any unspent declining balance does not roll over at the end of the program, so students/parents are advised to add money in small increments.

Link to Campus Summer Housing Info

http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/res/conference_housing/

Link to Campus Dining

http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/campusdining/

 

Fees (residential): $2838.00

2016 residential fees amount to $2838.00 {includes $1958 housing fee for program duration. In addition, all high school aged students living in conference housing must also enroll in a mandatory meal plan at a minimum buy in of $20/day (~$880 for program.}

 

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