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Below are a variety of resources that are available to all Stony Brook University students. Select a section to see information related to that tab. Get help now!
If you are in an emergency and need immediate assistance contact University Police at (631) 632-3333.
- Mental Health ResourcesStudent Health Services - Second Floor1 Stadium DriveStony Brook, NY 11794-3100
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free and confidential services available to currently enrolled students taking at least six credit hours. Included are crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals, couples, and groups; consultation to students, faculty, staff, friends, and parents; assistance with referrals to community resources.
- Report an Incident175 Dutchess HallStony Brook, NY 11794
Stony Brook University Police Department focuses on excellence, to provide leadership through innovation and creativity in a dynamic, diverse, and professional organization. They strive to create a safe and secure environment by dedicating themselves to raising the level of preparedness to meet the needs of today and the challenges of tomorrow. The Department strives to develop and maintain a positive relationship with all segments of the campus community to obtain their cooperation and support in providing successful law enforcement services and implementing beneficial community policing programs.201 Administration BuildingStony Brook, NY 11794
Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity to uphold and reaffirm the University’s position and commitment to equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and the creation of an inclusive campus climate.201 Administration BuildingStony Brook, NY 11794-0251
The University is dedicated to allow equal access to education by promoting diversity and developing a safe education environment for the campus community. In our efforts to achieve this goal, the University has appointed a Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator helps to provide a safe educational and work environment for the campus community by providing information about available on and off campus resources, to monitor our campus climate, and to explain the University processes and to help individuals navigate through the system. For information, counseling, or to file a complaint of discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex, which includes sexual violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment, contact Marjolie Leonard.347 Administration BuildingStony Brook, NY 11794
The mission of the Office of University Community Standards is to support the University's educational goals by promoting a just, safe, orderly, civil, and positive University climate for learning, both inside and outside the classroom, through behavioral standards, disciplinary processes, training, and intervention efforts.
- General ResourcesE-2360 Melville Library BuildingStony Brook, NY 11794-3353
Provides overall communication to Stony Brook undergraduates about academic advising. The Center advises sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Business, School of Journalism, and School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences, as well as students interested in pursuing graduate studies in the health and law professions.310 Student Activities CenterStony Brook, NY 11794-3200
Providing students with the knowledge and resources needed to make healthy decisions and ensure a network of care for those who need support. Offers education, counseling, and advocacy services. We also offer training, information sessions, and consultation for faculty and staff who may be concerned about a student or issues impacting students.222 Student Activities CenterStony Brook, NY 11794-2800
The Offices and Departments that comprise the Division of the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students advocate for student needs and provide services, support and coordination for co-curricular programs to help cultivate and develop community, individual growth, wellness, inclusion and leadership.W0505 Melville LibraryStony Brook, NY 11794-3711
Providing a comprehensive worksite-based program to assist faculty and staff in the prevention, early intervention and resolution of problems that may impact job performance. These include but are not limited to: emotional, family, work stress, legal, financial, grief, change, marital/relationship, alcohol/drug or domestic violence.Frank Melville Jr. Memorial LibraryStony Brook, NY 11794-3300
The Library provides a gateway to intellectual discovery in support of the university’s missions of education, research and service.LGBTQ* Center
230 West Side Dining
Stony Brook, NY 11794
LGBTQ* Services strives to provide opportunities to raise awareness and educate about gender, sexuality and LGBTQ* communities. We strive to create a welcoming, supportive and inclusive campus where students able and encouraged to bring their entire selves to the table.W0505 Melville LibraryStony Brook, NY 11794-3373
An informal and confidential service available to Stony Brook students, staff, faculty & administrators to resolve complaints and evaluate options for positive action.Stony Brook University HospitalStony Brook, NY 11794
The PrEP Program at Stony Brook Medicine is for people of all ages who want to learn about their option for HIV prevention through Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a once-a-day prescription pill to prevent HIV. If you live in Suffolk County and want to find out how you can obtain once-daily PrEP, call or text the Stony Brook Medicine PrEP team:Tara Conlon, PrEP CoordinatorHabla españolTim Ford, PrEP EducatorSergio Dovi, PrEP EducatorHabla español
The PrEP team provides information about PrEP, HIV and STIs; financial navigation and assistance for PrEP; transportation assistance for PrEP appointments; referrals to medical providers who specialize in PrEP; and case management for people who decide to use PrEP.Stony Brook University HospitalStony Brook, NY 11794
Committed to delivering excellence in patient care, research, education, and community service. Improves the lives of our patients, families, and communities, educates skilled healthcare professionals, and conducts research that expands clinical knowledge.S3417 Melville LibraryStony Brook, NY 11794-3300
The purpose of this guide is to help students find appropriate materials regarding queer studies for doing college level research.128 Educational Communications CenterStony Brook, NY 11794-2662
The Student Accessibility and Support Center at Stony Brook University serves as a resource for students and employees alike and values self-empowerment, self-direction, and self-determination. Our mission is to advocate for a campus environment that meets the needs of students and employees with disabilities.1 Stadium RoadStony Brook, NY 11794-3191
Responsible for the delivery of accessible, high quality, cost effective primary health care to a diverse student population. Committed to preventative health and comprehensive wellness, integrating accessible primary care with other student needs inherent in a healthy lifestyle.