Campus Lactation Rooms
With generous support from Stony Brook University’s President’s Office, Chief Diversity
Office, and the Renaissance School of Medicine, the Department of Student Community
Development and the Office of Student Life is pleased to offer several designated
lactation rooms throughout our Stony Brook campus footprint, both on East and West
Campus. These lactation rooms are specifically dedicated for the purpose of offering
a quiet, comfortable, and private space for breast milk expression and nursing on
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Campus Recreation and Wellness
Stony Brook University celebrated the opening of the Campus Recreation Center, a state-of-the-art
85,000 square-foot facility, on October 19, 2012. Located between the Stony Brook
Student Union and the Indoor Sports Complex, the new facility is devoted to the health
and wellness of Stony Brook students, faculty and staff. It has become the center
of activity on campus, averaging more than 2,000 users daily.
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Child Care Services
The Center is open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., with various shifts
available, and serves University, Health Sciences and Medical Center faculty staff
and students as well as non-affiliated community families. Affiliated families pay
tuition according to a sliding scale based on gross family income.
Learn More about Child Care Services
Duo Tokens are keychain fobs that can be used to generate Duo Passcodes for all your
Stony Brook Single Sign On Applications. The tokens may be purchased at the FSA Offices
(West Side Dining, Second Floor) for $24.00+tax using Wolfie Wallet funds only.
FSA Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm*
*Hours subject to change. Call (631) 632-6517 or email
to make an appointment.
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Employee Assistance Program
The EAP provides resources on mental health and wellness, as well as, information,
assessment and referral services to employees, their family members and retirees who
are experiencing personal, family or work problems that may negatively affect job
performance. The EAP does not provide counseling services.
Learn More about EAP
The Stony Brook University Food Pantry serves community members (students, staff and faculty) who are food insecure, or
who are at risk of food insecurity. We are committed to being a reliable and stable
supplemental food source while providing resources to overcome food insecurity.
Learn More about the Food Pantry
The Office of Parking Services is part of the Student Financial Services Office, which
is located in the 2nd floor of the Stony Brook Union, Suite 207. This office provides
information about parking, such as
how to obtain a parking permit, or information about
parking tickets and payments.
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