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Access Stony Brook

The Office of Equity and Access (OEA) is charged with ensuring that Stony Brook University, Stony Brook Medicine, and LISVH provide a campus environment that is safe, welcoming, accessible, and free from all forms of discrimination.

This website is designed to aggregate a number of resources distributed across campus that will help you to create accessible content, tools, and processes, or direct you toward other accessibility-related resources throughout campus. If you have questions, please contact

If you encounter a physical or digital accessibility Barrier you may report the barrier using the Accessibility Barrier Reporting form .


Digital Accessibility

An important part of fulfilling our mission is serving as the primary point of contact for digital accessibility. The ultimate goal for digital accessibility in this context means that persons with disabilities are able to interact with or gain the same benefit from the content or technology at the same time and with equivalent ease of use. The degree to which we rely on technology, combined with the speed of change in the tools and processes that we use, means that content creators should include accessibility within the design. Just as we design buildings with accessibility in mind, we must design our technology and content to be accessible from the start.

Digital Accessibility Partners

Celt’s Accessibility website provides a number of resources on creating accessible digital content.

DoIT's accessibility tools page provides accessibility information on tools used here at SBU.

The Stony Brook Libraries maintains a website that shares information on the Accessibility services available.

Marketing and Communications maintains a Web accessibility resources page .

Physical Accessibility

Please contact the building manager for accessibility questions for your building.

West Campus and Southampton

You may also use the online FixIT system for repair and maintenance requests.

Submit a West Campus Ticket

If you have an immediate emergency, you may contact Campus Operations at 2-6400.

For East Campus

Contact: 4-4200 

Stony Brook Medicine employees may also submit a ticket.

Submit a Stony Brook Medicine Ticket


Requesting an Accommodation

For Employees

Employees wishing to request an accommodation should complete the  online employee accommodation request form . A  printable form  is also available.

Employee Accommodation requests are handled by the employee ADA Specialist: Natalie Mertens

Office of Equity and Access (OEA)

Phone: 631-632-6280

Fax: 631-632-9428



For Students

The  Student Accessibility Support Center (SASC) is responsible for receiving and evaluating all student accommodation requests.

Student Accessibility Support Center

Phone: 631-632-6748

Fax: 631-632-6747