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The Scholars program is a vibrant community of high achieving students at Stony Brook.  
With this program, you can make connections with our world class faculty, participate in numerous activities, and obtain leadership and research opportunities.

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Announcements

TUTORING: 

The Residential Tutoring Centers are offering  FREE course based drop-in tutoring for undergraduate students taking select  CHE, PHY, and MAT classes.

They are open  Monday - Wednesday from 8:00 pm to 10:45 pm EST and operate through  Zoom.

For more information, including the listing of which courses are reviewed on which days, please visit the  RTC Website

ADVISING:

University Scholars Advisors will be conducting virtual appointments this Fall 2020 semester. Students may set an appointment through Navigate.  Please only schedule with one advisor at a time.

First-year students in HDV, ITS, or SSO (along with second year students) may request advising appointments with Nancy Puchner
nancy.puchner@stonybrook.edu

First-year students in ACH, GLS, or LDS (as well as upperclassmen) can request appointments with Jeremy Marchese jeremy.marchese@stonybrook.edu

Scholars should also feel free to contact our Faculty Director, Dr. Brian Colle
brian.colle@stonybrook.edu

MEETING INFORMATION:


Scholars' Council Meeting Schedule
Committee Meeting Information

 

Events

In an effort to cut down on large group gatherings during the situation surrounding the Coronavirus, the University Scholars event requirement for the Fall 2020 semester has been waived. The Scholars Program will still be hosting and promoting virtual events that we feel are beneficial to our students; so we encourage you to please continue to check our website to take advantage of these opportunities.

Events are added on a rolling basis throughout the semester,  so please check the webpage regularly.

 PRESENATIONS: 

Click   here  to view the Advising PPT presentation

Click   here  to view the Pre-Semester Freshman PPT  Presentation 

 

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