The University is dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming educational environment for our community free from all forms of gender discrimination, including sexual violence. Below we have highlighted some resources for reporting incidents or concerns, as well as on-campus and off-campus confidential resources for those who wish to confidentially seek information and/or support. You may also choose to contact the Title IX Coordinator by sending us an email at or contacting OIDE.

Resources for Students

The University is dedicated to provide the best educational environment for our students and have highlighted some resources in respect to reporting Title IX incidents or concerns. You may also choose to contact the Title IX Coordinator by sending us an email at or contacting OIDE.

Complaint Process / Interim Measures
Relevant Policies
Related Links about the relevant Title IX policies
Notice to Campus Community
Student Bill of Rights
Student Conduct Code

Resources for Employee

Stony Brook University prohibits sexual harassment, which consists of unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature when:

  • submission to such conduct is made, either explicitly or implicitly, a term or condition of an individual's employment or academic advancement
  • submission to, or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for employment or academic decisions affecting such individuals
  • such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's work or academic performance, or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working, living, or academic environment; and/or
  • physical sexual contact occurs without consent

Employees are required to report incidents of sexual harassment and violence to the Title IX Coordinator. Employees may also contact the Title IX coordinator if they are a victim of sexual harassment or sexual violence. Please click on the following resources:

Relevant Policies
Related Links about the relevant Title IX policies
Notice to Campus Community
P106: Sexual Harassment
HR104: Sexual Harassment

Confidential Resources at SBU (On Campus)

Samantha J. Winter
Complainant Navigator
Provides confidential support and resource options to students, faculty and staff that experience sexual or interpersonal violence. Will assist anyone that choose to report with all steps of the investigation/review process.
Student Activities Center, Third Floor
Mobile: (631) 457-9981
Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO)
Depression, Substance Abuse, Sexual Violence & Health Education Services – FREE OF CHARGE
Student Activities Center, Third Floor
Tel: (631) 632-2748
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Student Health Services, 2nd Floor
Health Sciences Center Office, Level 3 Room 3-040F
By appointment only: 631-632-6720
Interfaith Center
Melville Library
TEL: (631) 632-6565 FAX: (631) 632-6576
SANE Center (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)
Location: Stony Brook University Medical Center
Tel: (631)444-2465
Go to SBUMC Emergency Room within 96 hours.
You do not have to involve the police or any SBU official. Evidence will be held for at least 30 days in case you decide to involve the police or other authorities.
FREE OF CHARGE - If you do not have insurance, or if you are afraid to use your insurance, treatment and examinations are provided free of charge.
Student Health Services Location : Student Health Center - 1 Stadium Road
Tel: (631) 632-6740

Confidential Community Resources (Off Campus)

VIBS (Victim Information Bureau of Suffolk)
24/7 hour hotline & free confidential services to victims of domestic violence, rape & sexual assault.
Tel: (631) 360-3606
SANE Center (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)
Forensic medical exams, testing and treatment.
Peconic Bay Medical Center
1300 Roanoke Ave, Riverhead, NY 11901
(631) 548-6000 (24/7)
Brighter Tomorrows
Victims’ shelter, transitional housing & domestic violence hotline
Tel: (631) 395-1800
Domestic Harmony Foundation
Services, including counseling, referrals and legal consultation targeted to the cultural needs of South Asian, Middle Eastern and Muslim victims of domestic violence.
Tel: (516) 385-8292
Long Island GLBT Community Centers
Violence Hotline
Tel: (631) 665-2300
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Tel: 1-800-799-SAFE(7233)
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, Inc.
Health care provider, educator, and advocate, servicing women, men, teens & families
Tel: (631) 361-7526, 1-800-230-7526
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Tel: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Response of Suffolk County
Counseling and other services for individuals in crisis.
Tel: (631) 754-7500
The Crime Victims Center
Sexual assault, family violence and violent crime services and prevention support. Formerly parents for Megan’s law.
Tel: (631) 689-2672
The Retreat, Inc.
Domestic violence hotline provides support & residential services.
Tel: (631) 329-2200
The Safe Center LI
Services for victims of domestic violence.
Tel: (516) 542-0404, Hotline: 516-542-0404(24/7)
Safe Horizon Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline
Tel: (212) 226-3000, 1-866-689-HELP(4357)
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
24 hour hotline; provide shelter & service for victims of domestic violence
Tel: (631) 666-7181, 631-666-8833(24/7)
Suffolk County Office of Women’s Services
Helpline, referrals, counseling and resources. Free, Bilingual, Confidential & Anonymous
Tel: (631) 853-8222, (631)853-8284