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To help maintain a safe and healthy environment for all members of the community, if you need to speak with a staff member you must schedule an appointment in advance. Campus Residences Contact Us Directory. In an emergency, call the specific staff member's office for assistance via the phone.

 

Spring 2023 New Student Application

Looking to live on campus for the Spring 2023 semester? Learn more and apply for Spring 2023 housing for new students! The application is live, and the priority deadline is January 2, 2023.

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Waitlist Application

Waitlist Application: A How to Guide

 

COVID-19 Info

Current Testing Requirements

Immunization Requirements

 

Isolation in Place Guidance

For more information should you test positive for COVID-19 and be directed to isolate in place.

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Welcome from the Assistant Vice President, Division for Campus Residences!

On behalf of the Division of Campus Residences, allow me to welcome you to Stony Brook University for the 2022-2023 Academic Year. We are very excited to have you as part of the residential community, whether for the first time, or as a returning resident. Your decision to live on campus is a critical factor in your success, as a student and in your life beyond your academic experience. It’s well established that, whether you come to this experience as a first-time or transfer student, graduate or undergraduate, living on campus contributes significantly to the development of skills, your knowledge of the University and its vast resources, your ability to interact with those who come from different life experiences and learn from them, and ultimately helping to shape your path forward in life. 

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