Frequently Asked Questions
"What do I do if...."
Stony Brook takes intellectual honesty very seriously. Intellectual honesty is a cornerstone of all academic and scholarly work. Therefore, the faculty view any form of academic dishonesty as a very serious matter. The Academic Judiciary Committee (AJC) is responsible for the establishment of general guidelines for dealing with violations of academic integrity and for the consideration of individual complaints. Further information regarding functions of the committees is available from the Division of Undergraduate Education in the College of Arts and Sciences. For CEAS guidelines, contact the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Undergraduate Student Office."
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If you have the time, consider walking the student to the Counseling and Psychological Services Center for assistance and support. Mention to the student that many students go to the counseling center for a large variety of reasons on a short-term basis. Some of the issues discussed include discouragement about academics, feeling overwhelmed, loneliness, family concerns, and relationships. If you don't have time, refer the student to the counseling center. The counseling center is located at 1 Stadium Drive - in the same building as the Student Health Center. The Center is typically open from 9-5 from Monday-Friday. For assistance after hours, call 631-632-6720 and press 2.