Plan your career, explore internships, find on campus employment, study abroad, and
more. Discover what you might be interested in pursuing after Stony Brook.
(Build Your Future)
Financing your education, financial aid, and financial literacy education. Check out
these important financial resources for your time at Stony Brook and beyond.
Have a question?
Students and Delegated Users receive Billing Notification E-Mails monthly.
Students receive multiple billing Solar Messages
The first Fall due date is August 15th.
The first Spring due date is January 15th.
To allow a family member to access your financial information, click "share my info"
at the top of your SOLAR page.
If you need more time to pay,
click here for payment plan information.
For a detailed explanation of your invoice,
Not sure when to meet with your advisor? Remember "Early, Often, and Always"
Early: check in a few weeks after the start of classes but before advanced registration
Often: at least once a semester to make sure you are on the right track!
Always: before make significant changes to your schedule such as withdrawing from
a course, withdrawing from the term, or selecting GPNC.
Meeting with an advisor can can help you avoid costly miss-steps that can impact graduation.
You have at least two advisors: a major advisor and a generalist advisor. Here's how
they can help you:
Major Advisor can talk with you about topics including major courses, careers, graduate school,
relevant internships, and anything related to your major
"Generalist" Advisor can talk with you about SBCs, university graduation requirements, major exploration,
academic challenges, academic resources, and ways to make the most out of your Stony
Depending upon your question, and your program, you should most likely speak with
at least two people. You will want to consult with your
major advisor (who is typically the Undergraduate Program Director in your major) and with your
"generalist" advisor. By speaking with both individuals, you will be able to discuss multiple aspects
of your schedule and create the best schedule to meet your plans and goals.
This is a great question! The answer depends upon multiple factors such as whether
you attend part-time or full-time, your choice of major, your academic standing, and
your knowledge of degree requirements. In order to graduate in as timely a fashion
as possible, become familiar with your
Degree Works audit and meet with your major advisor and your "generalist" advisor at least once each semester.
The first step in checking your degree progress is to review your degree progress
audit -- otherwise known as Degree Works. You can find Degree Works by logging into
SOLAR, clicking on Student Records and Registration, Degree Progress, then Degree
Works. You can also find Degree Works by following
these instructions. When you open Degree Works you will find a blueprint of requirements
you have completed and those which still remain. The blueprint is broken down into
different sections including total credits required/applied, upper division credits
required/applied, general education courses remaining, progress in your major, and
additional information if you are pursuing a double major, minor, and/or specialization.
It is also worth your time to meet with your
major and "generalist" advisors at least once each semester to review your Degree Audit and discuss your
degree progress plans.
The SBEngaged website is an informational website containing everything you need to know about
clubs and organizations.
If you are an undergraduate student, you have one! All undergraduates pay a recreation
fee. Your recreation fee gives you access to the
recreation center and all of its programs including fitness classes and intramural sports. Graduate
students can purchase a discounted membership
Student Health, Wellness and Prevention Services has a variety of services like the Student Health Center, Counseling and Psychological
Services, and the Center for Prevention and Outreach which can help you with your
physical and mental health and well being.