Classes With a Metropolitan Flavor
What will you find at Stony Brook Manhattan? Courses for credit and non-credit. Certificate programs. Lectures and seminars. Our membership in the elite Association of American Universities puts us in the company of Harvard, Yale, and MIT. We're proud of our unconventional thinking and teaching and of our diverse student body. And we're proud to bring Stony Brook's renowned faculty and superior learning experience to New York City—and to you.
Study philosophy or attend a special lecture series. Take a graduate class in the School of Social Welfare or a mini-course on women composers. Classes and conferences at Stony Brook Manhattan are designed with the Big Apple in mind and include trips to museums, literary sites, film festivals, and music venues. Here you'll meet students from Stony Brook and other universities, alumni, and members of arts and community groups. Conveniently located at 27th Street and Park Avenue South, Stony Brook Manhattan is easy to reach by bus, train, and subway.
Come to Stony Brook Manhattan. The location is urban, but the accent is on Stony Brook.
|Entry to Stony Brook Manhattan
Stony Brook Manhattan is located at 387 Park Avenue South on the third floor, between 27th and 28th Streets. The classroom/conference entrance that all students, faculty, and meeting attendees should use is around the corner at 101-113 East 27th Street, just beyond The Devon Shops furniture store. There is currently scaffolding surrounding the building and it unfortunately obscures our banner. Look for a temporary sign beneath the scaffolding and above the sidewalk at the classroom/conference entrance. The main phone number for the facility is 646-472-2000.