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  • Chief Diversity Officer
    (631) 632-6975 Information The CDO’s primary objective is to engage community members through active listening and dialogue, addressing the challenges and experiences of others with whom they interact and differ— regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, country of origin, religion, veteran status or ability. 
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  • LGBTQ* Services
    (631) 632-1690  lgbtqservices@stonybrook.edu Information LGBTQ* Services strives to provide opportunities to raise awareness and educate about gender, sexuality and LGBTQ* communities. We strive to create a welcoming, supportive and inclusive campus where students are able and encouraged to bring their entire selves to the table.
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  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    (631) 632-6720 Information

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free and confidential services to enrolled students. Services include crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals, couples, and groups; consultation to students, faculty, staff, friends, and parents; medication management; and assistance with referrals to community resources.

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  • The Center for Civic Justice
    (631) 632-7320  civicjustice@stonybrook.edu Information The Center for Civic Justice provides services, support and coordination for programs and opportunities that cultivate, develop and empower active and engaged Seawolves to positively contribute to the betterment of their communities through awareness, advocacy and action.
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  • Food Pantry
    (631) 632-4956  SBUfoodpantry@stonybrook.edu Information The SBU Food Pantry  provides food items for students, staff, and faculty on Stony Brook’s campus. We’ve stocked our shelves with a range of healthful options for those in need of supplemental food. We welcome our campus community!
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  • Student Accessibility and Support Center
    (631) 632-6748  sasc@stonybrook.edu Information We provide services and  accommodations   that advocate for the  needs of students. We  improve academic and environmental   accessibility   to foster individual growth, student   empowerment,   and support a   community of care.
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  •  Center for Prevention & Outreach
    (631) 632-2748 Information CPO provides students and the campus community with prevention, early intervention, education and outreach services around the public health concerns impacting college students, including but not limited to, substance abuse, mental health and sexual and interpersonal violence.   We use a data driven public health approach to make population based sustainable changes in the community that reduce harm and foster a safe, inclusive and supportive environment.
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  • Interfaith Center
    (631) 632-6565 Information The Interfaith Center reflects the many diverse religious traditions on our campus. It is the representative organization for chaplains and campus ministry staff who are officially selected representatives of religious denominations and have a major concern for and a working relationship with the University.
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  •  Multicultural Affairs
    (631) 632-7320  multiculturalaffairs@stonybrook.edu Information CPO provides students and the campus community with prevention, early intervention, education and outreach services around the public health concerns impacting college students, including but not limited to, substance abuse, mental health and sexual and interpersonal violence.   We use a data driven public health approach to make population based sustainable changes in the community that reduce harm and foster a safe, inclusive and supportive environment.
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  •  Veterans Affairs
    (631) 632-4143  OSA_Vets@stonybrook.edu  Information

    We are dedicated to serving those who served us with the same tireless effort, putting their needs in the forefront, and assisting our veterans, service members and their dependents in receiving their education benefits, facilitating their transition into our college and providing support for their ongoing academic success.

     

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  • Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity
    (631) 632-6280 OIDE@stonybrook.edu  Information The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE) is charged with ensuring that the Stony Brook University experience provides equal opportunity and is safe, welcoming and free from discrimination. OIDE serves the entire campus community, including Stony Brook University, Stony Brook Medicine, the Long Island State Veteran’s Home and Stony Brook Southampton. The populations we serve include, but are not limited to, Stony Brook’s world renowned faculty and medical staff; our undergraduate and graduate students, our professional, administrative and support staff; patients, visitors and guests. OIDE governs University-wide compliance with Stony Brook policy and state and federal laws that prohibit all forms of discriminatory behavior. We are fully committed to the prevention and elimination of all forms of discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. 
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