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Terms of Occupancy 2022-2023

last updated: 2/11/2022

Effective for 2022-2023 Housing Agreements and Summer 2023 Housing Agreements

Below are the 2022-2023 COVID-19 Policies that as of today will be in place for the  upcoming agreement period. Additional policies and procedures may be implemented throughout the housing agreements period in response to COVID-19. By signing a housing agreement, residential students acknowledge that they are required to adhere to all published policies, and as applicable addendums to the policy, related to COVID-19. Changes in COVID-19 or our policies in response to COVID-19 are not a reason to terminate your housing agreement

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Community Living Reminders

  • You will need to work with you fellow residential students to establish healthy and safe practices for your room, suite, apartment, and building.
  • You will be expected to participate in roommate, suitemate, and apartment agreements as applicable.
  • Campus Residences will assist, but cannot mandate outside of the COVID-19 and other University Policies how your roommate, suitemate, or fellow community members will behave.
  • When issues regarding policy violations are reported, Campus Residences will respond, assist with mediation, and/or address through conduct processes.
  • University staff or contractors will visit your apartment to address maintenance concerns and to complete regular health and safety assessments.
  • It is strongly recommended that you not share personal items with a roommate, suitemate, or apartment mate. 
  • Do not allow garbage to collect in your room, suite, or apartment. Properly bag and dispose of all garbage into trash/recycling rooms in your building/area.

Housing Agreement Cancellation, Termination, and Financial Liability Information

Housing cancellations prior to posted deadlines are eligible for a $100 credit of the deposit. After a student moves into their housing agreement, they are financially liable until the end of the agreement period. Please see the related housing website for the most up to date information on this information.

Code of Student Responsibility

For more infomation please refer to the Stony Brook University's Student Conduct and Community Standards website.

Rules of Public Order

Part 535 of Title VIII

Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York

State University Board of Trustees' Rules for the Maintenance of Public Order. Click here for more infomation

Title IX

What is Title IX?

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

In short, the law prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (gender) in any federally funded education program or activity. Title IX applies to educational institutions such as Stony Brook University. Under Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972, colleges and universities are required to develop procedures to respond to claims of sexual harassment.

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook Medicine, and the Long Island State Veterans Home (LISVH) Title IX Coordinator is Marjolie Leonard, who can be reached at   titleix@stonybrook.edu   or by calling   631.632.6280.

For more information regarding the University Title IX policy please visit the Office of Equity and Access website.