A non-matriculating student is a student who is taking courses at Stony Brook, but not pursuing a Stony Brook degree. High school students approved for non-matriculated status for the fall or spring semester may enroll in one class on a space-available basis beginning the last business day before the start of classes.
Why Stony Brook?
Stony Brook University is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the 100 best national universities, and also as one of the “Best Values” among public universities by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
Stony Brook offers an exciting variety of opportunities for high school students, ranging from genuine hands-on research to credited summer courses that can jump-start your college career.