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|All sessions are currently being scheduled via Zoom until further notice.
All sessions are currently being scheduled from 10:00-12:00pm via Zoom until further notice. Attendees will receive confirmation prior to their scheduled Orientation date, as well as a calendar invite with the zoom link confirming the exact start time.
To Do List
IMPORTANT BENEFIT DEADLINE DATES
Complete Compliance Trainings
COVID-19 Campus Reminders
Apply for a Parking Permit
Get your Campus ID Card
YOUR NETID IS DIFFERENT FROM YOUR SOLAR ID
Every active employee is assigned a NetID, which is used to access various computing resources. For help logging in for the first time, visit NetID Tool.
Duo Security 2-Step Login is used to protect your account. One time set-up; added security every time you log into our internal systems.
The primary administrative system used by faculty and staff to update personal information, view vacation/sick accruals, print class rosters, submit grades and more. For help logging in for the first time visit Getting Started with SOLAR.
Also known as your Campus ID, SOLAR ID or Stony Brook ID, the Employee ID is your 9-digit unique identifier used for our system of records. It can be found by Looking Up Your Stony Brook ID Number.
OUR INFORMATION HIGHWAY...
Access WolfieNet-Secure, Stony Brook University's recommended wireless network available to all faculty, students, and staff.
Google Mail is the preferred email system at Stony Brook University for faculty, staff and students on West Campus, Southampton, Manhattan,and select departments within the Health Sciences Center. For more information, visit Getting Started with Google Mail.
Zoom is a video and audio conferencing tool with easy collaboration, chat, screen sharing and more across mobile devices, desktops, and telephones.
If you are provided a direct phone line, submit an IT Service Portal ticket to set up the Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone. You will be asked to provide your NetID and office phone extension to support your application.
SB ALERT is a comprehensive emergency notification system used to alert members of the campus community about major emergencies, immediate threats or impending situations that can pose harm to individuals, disrupt classes, or impact facilities, activities or other operations.
SB Guardian is frequently referred to as a "personal blue light phone" in your pocket. With this feature, users can program the Guardian phone number into a designated speed dial, allowing a one touch call that will automatically notify University Police.
University Police Department Programs
Stony Brook University Police Department is proud to offer over 20 programs to Keep Seawolves Safe! General Safety, Health and First Aid, Crime Fighting and Prevention to Self-Defense ... just to name a few!
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BENEFITS AND TOTAL REWARDS!
ABOUT STONY BROOK
ANNUAL HOLIDAY CALENDAR
WHERE TO EAT?
WHERE TO BANK?
WHERE TO PARK?
GETTING TO & AROUND CAMPUS
CHILD CARE SERVICES
EMPLOYEE TUITION ASSISTANCE
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE
CONNECTING WITH THE CAMPUS
EXPLORING THE ISLAND
BEYOND THE BROOK
Site Directory by Person or College
SBU's Social Network
YAMMER - Join Today!
Yammer is Stony Brook's internal social network, but it is not just about posting and following! Aside from collecting information with polls or creating events, there is a very strong workplace learning presence on Yammer. Numerous areas on campus -especially DoIT's Learning and Development team - post on various topics that are pertinent to what is happening on campus.
Google Chat is in Gmail
Google Chat is a collaborative messaging tool. It allows you to chat, share content, schedule meetings, and more in a shared space with your team or 1-to-1. And all of your teams can have their own spaces, called Rooms. You can even create external Rooms to collaborate with people outside Stony Brook. It works in desktop browsers and as Android and iOS apps.
Stony Brook University Magazine
Stony Brook University Magazine aims to showcase the people, ideas and initiatives that make our community vibrant, inquisitive, resilient and driven to transform the world. Their newest article — Ready to Launch — talks about President McInnis' leadership team and how they are ready to launch this university sky high!
Meet Your New Colleagues
In this feature, we providE short profiles of some new Stony Brook University employees – who they are, what they want you to know about them, what they care about.
SBu news — subscribe today!
Stony Brook University Marketing and Communications sends a newsletter weekly. Please be sure to subscribe by adding your email address in the subscribe box to receive the latest news and important stories from SBU.
Google has an inbox option that categorizes messages in your inbox into primary, social, promotions, updates, and forum emails, which can help you focus on the messages most important to you. You can decide whether to use this type of organization or not and customize if you choose.
Trainings & Workshops
Develop the skills needed to be successful in your chosen career or prepare for new responsibilities by participating in a variety of developmental programs.
Site Directory by Person or College
DSearch rthe site by person, by website or the entire directory with helpful icons letting you knowit is an office, department or even a program!