POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Stony Brook Campus Card
The Stony Brook "Campus Card" is more than just an identification
card. It is also your library card and your access pass for using campus
computing facilities. Printed on the card will be your nine-digit Stony
Brook ID number, which you'll need to know to complete any kind of University
You can also use the Campus Card as an ATM card (with a Teachers
Federal Credit Union account), as a debit card for vending machines,
the Seawolves Marketplace and the Bookstore,
or as Stony Brook E-Cash.
Complete details on all of the above card services, including instructions
for obtaining your new ID, can be found on the Stony
Brook Campus Card website. At this time, there is no provision for long-distance students to obtain a campus card, but online library services and free and discounted software are available to all registered students, even those who do not possess a card.
SPD Online Students
If you are matriculated in a fully online graduate program and cannot come to campus, you may obtain Stony Brook Distance Learner card. It does not have a picture or the ATM capabilities, but it does have your name, ID number and the library patron number. You may obtain this card by sending an email to SPD Online with your name, student ID number (which appears on your admissions letter) and the name of your program.
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