JUST FOR STUDENTS
The Stony Brook Hardship Fund, which was established through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), can help Stony Brook University community members affected by a sudden and unexpected event. Historically, this Fund has only been available to faculty and staff. However, as a result of Super Storm Sandy, Stony Brook University President, Dr Stanely asked for the Fund to be opened to students in need as well.
Students who are enrolled in the university in the Fall 2012 and have experienced a financial hardship as a result of Sandy, are eligible for up to the maximum award of $300.
Hard Ship Website: http://www.stonybrook.edu/hardshipfund/
Hardship Fund Application: http://www.stonybrook.edu/hardshipfund/hsf-forms.shtml
Office of the Dean of Students
222 Student Activities Center
Many students and their families continue to experience high levels of stress in the aftermath of the storm. There are The university’s Counseling and Psychological Services Centers (CAPS) and Center for Prevention & Outreach (CPO) provide both group and individual services to support students during challenging times.
Hurricane Sandy Discussion Group
Tuesday November 20, 27, and December 4 from 5-6pm
An opportunity for SBU students to come together in a safe environment to share experiences that affected us and to gain support and help coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Although some of us were more impacted by the storm than others, this discussion group welcomes all. Interested students should contact Tracy L. Thomas, PsyD Counseling and Psychological Services, (631) 632-6939.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Student Health Services - Second Floor
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3100
Center for Prevention & Outreach : (CPO)
Stony Brook Union, Room 216
SUPPORT RELIEF EFFORTS
Join the Community Service Learning Listserve
The Community Service and Service Learning Center provides a guide to participating in relief efforts and has set up a mailing list for those interested in getting involved. Receive notifications about various service projects in which to participate.
Give to the Hardship Fund
The Hardship Fund helps faculty, staff and now students affected by sudden and unexpected events which create financial hardships for them. Many of Stony Brook University community members were very severely affected by Hurricane Sandy and are in need of our support.
Make a Donation: https://alumniandfriends.stonybrook.edu/sslpage.aspx?pid=857
Other Relief Efforts
See more complete listing of Relief Efforts here <http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/sandy/relief.shtml>