Communication and Journalism Spaces and Equipment during COVID-19
The entire Stony Brook University community is doing as much as possible to reduce the risk of infection and protect students, faculty and staff on campus during the semester.
Throughout the School of Communication and Journalism's offices and spaces, we have removed workstations and chairs to ensure social distancing and prevent people from congregating. Masks must be worn at all times in public and barriers have been installed around instructor stations and around staff desks located in open areas.
Advising and Meetings with Faculty
All faculty offices are limited to one occupant. If you need to speak to one of your instructors, please contact them via email and find a time to speak over Zoom. Similarly, if you have questions or concerns you want to discuss with one of the front office staff, please email them to find a time to talk.
All School of Communication and Journalism academic advising sessions will be held over Zoom. When advising begins, please contact Undergraduate Director Irene Virag to schedule your appointment.
Journalism Main Office
Spring 2021 Hours
10 am - 4 pm
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
As much as possible, students should avoid coming to the School of Communication and Journalism main office in Melville Library, N4004. If you need to talk to someone, please email them to schedule a time to talk over Zoom.
Only one person will be allowed in the main office at a time. A socially-distanced line, marked with tape on the floor, will form in the hallway. Tape markings will direct traffic and a dispenser of hand sanitizer will be available.