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Community and Campus Partners

From 1892 to today, Emma S. Clark Memorial Library , located at 120 Main Street in Setauket and online at , provides public library service to all residents of the Three Village Central School District . It is Suffolk County’s oldest public library in terms of continuous community service from the original location of this beautiful historic building. 

The Staller Center’s Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery presents diverse art exhibitions and engaging educational programs. Join us for free artist talks, receptions, workshops and the campus-wide Art Crawl.

Dedicated to being the foremost world-class center of Asian and Asian American arts and culture, the Charles B. Wang Center presents exhibitions, films, lectures, conferences, performances, and educational discussions to encourage an ever-deeper understanding and enjoyment of Asian and Asian American arts and culture. 

The Office of Global Affairs aims to globalize the Stony Brook University campus and prepare its students for the challenges of the 21st century. It achieves this goal by offering our students the opportunity to go abroad while at the same time attracting and welcoming international students to this campus for a quality academic and cultural experience.

Over the years, Stony Brook University has developed partnerships with more than 40 Chinese universities. The China Center was created in order to streamline our strengths and resources and to develop robust China strategies. The China Center also helps Chinese international students with the admission process, alumni network, and more.