SBU Mobile Web










How do I use it?

On your web-capable smartphone device — e.g., iPhone, Android or Blackberry – go to Or just go to — the site will detect the device you're using and deliver an experience optimized for it. You will need a web/data plan from your carrier or a WiFi connection.

What features does it have?

As the first phase of SBU Mobile Web, we've selected key pages and features of the full Stony Brook website and optimized them for on-the-go access. You'll be able to read headlines, preview events, browse maps, make emergency calls, search directory info, and much more. (See below for highlights.)

New: Undergraduate Admissions

Prospective students can now learn what Stony Brook has to offer via hand-held device. Browse majors, programs, and courses; schedule a visit; check the status of your application; and more.

In future, we'll be working to bring you still more mobile-friendly pages and services: Bus schedules are coming soon, and DoIT has initiated planning for mobile-friendly SOLAR System. In the meantime, you'll still be able to access full Stony Brook Web pages from your phone wherever mobile-friendly pages are not yet available.



Campus Alert
Receive Emergency bulletins, including SB Alerts and Weather Advisories, on your smartphone. Get one-click access to campus police, escorted walks, and other emergency phone numbers.



Events Calendar
See what's going on around campus, today and in the weeks ahead. Search by keyword and time period, or browse by category.






Campus Map
Find locations and get directions with our interactive live map. Search by building name or browse parking, dining, banking, and transportation information.







Read the latest headlines and stories from Stony Brook's Office of Media Relations.






Follow Stony Brook sports via the mobile version of Get headlines, scores, and upcoming games.







Get directory information for faculty and staff, searchable by name, email, or phone number, plus one-click access to frequently dialed University numbers.


SBU Mobile Web is provided by the Office of Communications and Marketing, in cooperation with other departments, as a free service to the Stony Brook University community. (Extra data charges may apply when using any website on your mobile device, depending on your service plan.) This site was developed using the Mobile Web Open Source Project (OSP), a fork version of MIT Mobile Web Version 0.9 as modified and documented by Dave Olsen of West Virginia University.

We value your feedback! Please email your questions and suggestions to