There are many ways to participate in Stony Brook's diverse campus community. We offer students opportunities to get involved in programs and activities where they can meet and work with students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds. Listed below are some ways you can get connected. Just visit our office located at Suite 222 Student Activities Center, call us at (631) 632-9968, or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multicultural Organizations Network consists of student leaders from nearly 90 cultural and ethnic interest groups, fraternities, and sororities.
Multicultural Women's Alliance promotes cross-cultural understanding and appreciation while supporting women in leadership.
Student African American Brotherhood (Stony Brook SAAB Chapter) assists male students in excelling academically, socially, culturally, professionally, and within their communities.
UNITI Cultural Center, located in the Stony Brook Union, the UCC is a focal point for campus community development, offering programs and comfortable facilities for student use.
Campus Traditions include involvement in planning and presenting a variety of major programs that educate and celebrate Stony Brook's diversity, including the Hispanic Heritage Month, Festival of Lights, Black History Month, Multicultural Show & Food Tasting, Women's History Month, Asian American Heritage Month, and Diversity Day.