Students choosing to live on campus at Stony Brook Southampton will be placed in either Amagansett Hall, Southold Hall, or Sagaponack Hall in the Fall and Spring, or Amagansett Hall or Southold Hall for the Summer.
These buildings offer a single-gender cooking suite consisting of two (2) double-occupancy rooms and three (3) single-occupancy rooms housing a total of seven (7) people per suite. A full kitchen is available in the suite for the residents to share and prepare meals. Each suite shares a common bath and shower area, therefore only members of the same gender can live in the same suite.
The Residence Life Office will make every effort to meet the medical needs of students who demonstrate a need for a single room. Each building does have a small number of ADA accessible rooms for students who utilize wheelchairs. A student wanting to request a single room for medical reasons must contact Disability Support Services to make an appointment to discuss specific needs, and if appropriate, this Office will make a referral to the SB-Southampton Residence Life Office.
Each student is provided the following furniture in their room:
- XL Twin Bed
- Desk & Chair
- Night Stand/Filing Drawer
All bedrooms have access to their own thermostat (air conditioning/heat), a telephone line, cable jack, and a hard-wired Ethernet port. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the building.
Students living on campus at Stony Brook Southampton are placed in a suite much like the one pictured below.
Rooms 103, 116, 203, 216 in each building (Same price as regular single)
Rooms 104, 107, 204, 207 in each building
Rooms 105, 106, 113, 114, 205, 206, 213, 214 in each building
Students are assigned to a single-gender suite consisting of two (2) double-occupancy rooms and three (3) single-occupancy rooms housing a total of 7 people per suite. Each suite shares a common bath and shower area, therefore only members of the same gender can live within the same suite.
Updated Floor Plan:
The following rates have been established for the 2016-17 academic year:
$5,275.00 per semester for a single
$4,597.00 per semester for a double
Please note that graduate students are billed on a monthly basis and undergraduates are billed on a semester basis.
Laundry facilities are operated on a Student ID card to pay for wash and dry cycles at resident laundry facilities. For answers to problems or questions, or to report a malfunctioning machine, call the "C-L-E-A-N" line at 632-5326.Wolfie Wallet uses a stripe on the ID card that stores replenishable declining balance information. After adding money to the card through SOLAR, it can be used at residential laundry facilities in Amagansett Hall or Southold Hall.
If the ID card is lost or stolen, you do not lose your laundry account balance. To add money to your account, visit laundry services online. If the ID card is malfunctioning, go to the ID Office on the Main Campus in room 103 of the Administration Building or call (631) 632-2737.
$1.40 Washer Cycle $1.40 Dryer Cycle
Washer Cycle: 40 minutes
Dryer Cycle: 64 minutes
Liability for risks or injury and/or damage to personal property, are expressly assumed by the resident. It is strongly recommended that each resident obtain appropriate insurance for personal property.
Information on insurance can be obtained online at: http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/res_risk/
Director of Student Life for Stony Brook, Southampton and Brookhaven Residential Village
Student Life Specialist
Student Life Assistant
Student Life Assistant
Residential Life Office Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday - Sunday: 7-11 p.m.
Residential Life Office Address:
Amagansett Hall, room B-010
Southampton, NY 11968
(631) 632-5116 (office)
Residence Life Duty Number:
(631) 599-8985 - 7 days a week, 24 hours a day