Below some of the most frequently used Administration Procedures and Policies in one convenient location.
Caterers other than contracted Stony Brook University dining services must obtain a food permit approved by the Department of Environmental Health and Safety. Food permits are required for all events with an attendance of more than 19 where prepared foods will be served. Food permits must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event to the Facility Scheduler or Program Advisor. All groups must have a copy of the approved food permit at their event. Caterers must abide by Stony Brook University's exclusive contract with Coca-Cola by using only Coca-Cola company products where applicable.
- Food Safety Policy
- Appendix A: Food Permit Selection Chart
- Appendix B: Food Temperature Recording Chart
- Campus Community Food Permit
- Public Event Notification Form
- Home Prepared Food Sign
- Thermometer Use Guide
- Temporary Event Vendor Application
- Temporary Event Organizer Application
The University Police enforces parking rules with the following in mind:
- Life safety infractions such as fire lanes, handicapped spaces, and maintaining access are paramount
- Protection of permit holder parking privileges must be provided
- To maintain order and equity, so that our campus is accessible
Parking tickets may be paid online through the Stony Brook Parking System or in person at the Bursar's Office, 2nd floor Administration Building, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 08:30a to 04:00p and on Tuesday from 10:00a to 04:30p when classes are in session. You may also mail payments to the following address:
PO BOX 619
STONY BROOK NY 11790-0619
Checks should be made out to "Stony Brook University Acct. No. 900819." Please include the ticket number(s) on the check.
Appeals must be submitted within 14 calendar days following the date of issuance. Parking tickets can be appealed using the Stony Brook Parking System , mailed to the address on the back of the citation envelope, or you may go to the Bursar's Office (Administration Building 2nd floor lobby) to complete an appeal form. Decisions are generally made within 2-4 weeks using the same method in which the appeal was received. If you do not receive a response within 4 weeks, please contact us at email@example.com.
You may appeal the Hearing Officer's decision to the Traffic Appeals Board (TAB). Written appeals submitted for consideration by the TAB must be filed within 14 days of the date on which the hearing officer rendered a decision. Appeals received after this date will not be accepted (exceptions may be granted due to extenuating circumstances). Call (631) 632-AUTO or email: Traffic_Appeals_Board@stonybrook.edu to make an appointment to see the TAB. You may appear in person, submit additional written material to support your appeal or rely on information already supplied. You will be informed of the decision by mail unless instructed otherwise. All decisions made by the Traffic Appeals Board are final.