AT A GLANCE
Facts & Figures
- Our 28 residence halls and 23 apartment-style buildings house 9,445 residents (8,230 undergraduate and 1,215 graduate students)
- Included are two new residence halls that incorporate eco-friendly materials and energy-efficient features
- All residence halls and apartments offer wireless Internet access
- Each quad has computing and fitness centers and all rooms have high-speed Internet and cable TV
- Approximately 86% of freshmen live on campus
- 24-Hour Quiet Communities, alcohol/tobacco-free Residence Halls and Modest Lifestyle areas are available in several Quads
- The student-to-staff ratio is 36:1. Each Residence Hall is supervised by a full-time, live-in Residence Hall Director.
- The Residential Safety Service provides a presence at the main entrance of every Residence Hall at night, limiting access to residents and their guests.
- Exterior doors of campus residences are always locked; residents swipe their ID cards to access
- At night, walking escorts are available from any point on campus back to your Residence Hall
- Blue Light Phones are located throughout the campus and on designated areas of every residence hall
- Personal safety education programs are offered to students throughout the academic year
- SB Alert! is a comprehensive notification system to alert the entire campus community and provide safety and security information in the event of an emergency
- Our University Police Officers are part of the New York State Police Department. They patrol the campus, including residential areas 24 hours a day, and close it to unauthorized persons at midnight
Campus Residences Budget
The residence halls and apartments at Stony Brook, as well with the campus housing throughout SUNY, are "self sufficient". What that means is that no State tax dollars, or any other source of funds beyond what students pay to live on campus, go to support the operation of our residential facilities. See our Budget for more details.