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bachelor’s/DDS combined-degree pro- grams. Student clubs and academic advising support students heading toward careers in engineering, law, medicine, and a range of health pro- fessions. Our graduates are in high demand in the workplace: over 400 corporate organizations recruit stu- dents on campus each year. Stony Brook University offers many unique semester, academic year, and winter and summer study abroad programs on six continents in 25 different countries. Our diverse and prestigious programs allow students to have a once-in-a-lifetime experi- ence in places such as Madagascar— led by renowned scholar, MacArthur Fellow, and Indianapolis Prize winner Patricia Wright—and Stony Brook’s Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya— established in cooperation with re- nowned anthropologists Richard, Meave, and Louise Leakey. Each spring, the University pays tribute to students’ accomplishments in the arts and sciences with a day of exhibition and performance. Stony Brook also has more than 400 clubs and organizations for students and offers an extensive intramurals pro- gram. Students, faculty, and staff race boats made of cardboard, duct tape, and paint in the annual Roth Pond Regatta. Other Stony Brook traditions include Homecoming and Strawberry Fest. Our Student Activities Center features a food court, student lounges, an art gallery, and a Wellness Center for exercise classes and workshops. Across campus, the Sports Complex includes courts for basketball and squash, a running track, a dance stu- dio, and weight rooms. Next to it,


Stony Brook At A Glance


the 85,000-sq. ft., three-floor Walter J. Hawrys Campus Recreation Center houses a three-court gymnasium, a multipurpose indoor arena, fitness studios, and workout space devoted entirely to the health and well-being of Stony Brook students, faculty, and staff. Each residential quad also has its own fully equipped fitness center that’s open 24/7. And the Division I Seawolves compete in a 12,300-seat stadium as well as a new 4,000-seat arena.


Stony Brook University’s 1,040-acre campus is located on Long Island’s North Shore, 60 miles east of New York City and close to beaches and woodlands. Our proximity to New York City and a railroad station right on campus make it easy for students to take advantage of all Manhattan has to offer. Visit stonybrook.edu and discover what led Forbes to rank Stony Brook as one of the “15 best value public colleges.” n


Students in our Undergraduate


Research and Creative Activities program have received Goldwater, Fulbright, Churchill, and Gates Cambridge Scholarships—the nation’s highest awards given to undergraduates.


Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY stonybrook.edu/ugadmissions enroll@stonybrook.edu


Campus Profile • 1,040 acres • 60 miles east of New York City • 10 miles of bike paths • 4-season climate • 3 miles from the beach • 1 railroad stop on campus


Most Popular Majors • Health Science • Psychology • Biology • Business Management • Applied Math & Statistics • Mathematics • Computer Science • Biochemistry • Economics • Mechanical Engineering


Transfer Criteria • Enrolled in a college or university after graduating from high school


• Completed at least 24 credits • With fewer than 24 credits, submitted high school transcript and SAT/ACT scores (optional)


• GPA of 2.8 or higher


Transfer Credit Policy • Transfer courses are evaluated individually.


• Courses passed with a grade of C or higher from accredited institutions may be accepted for credit.


• College-level courses passed with a grade of C or higher completed at an institution outside the US that’s accredited by that country’s Ministry of Education will be evaluated for credit.


• A maximum of 84 credits can be accepted for transfer.


• Official transcripts must be submitted.


2020–2021 Estimated Yearly Costs for Full-Time Undergraduates* • New York State resident: $7,070 • Out-of-state resident: $24,740 • Fees: $3,020 • Room and board: $14,884


* All charges are subject to change without notice. Costs may vary depending on meal plan and housing selected.


Application Deadlines • Stony Brook accepts the SUNY Application, the Common Application, and the Coalition Application.


• Fall deadline: March 1 • Spring deadline: November 1


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