The deadline for (individual) class withdrawal and G/P/NC is Friday, April 3 @ 4 p.m. Need help? Check out the G/P/NC page @ stonybrook.edu/gpnc for:
- The Top 10 things to Know About the G/P/NC Option
- The G/P/NC Video Tutorial
- G/P/NC Screenshots
- P.B.A. Show Discusses the G/P/NC Option
*April 3 @ 4 p.m. is also the deadline for section change/credit change.
Summer and fall registration is upon us! In order to best prepare for your registration, please be mindful of the following: Click on continue reading below.
- CHECK SOLAR FOR YOUR ENROLLMENT APPOINTMENT
- CHECK SOLAR FOR ANY HOLDS
- VERIFY YOUR DECLARED MAJOR
- SEEK ADVICE FROM YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR
- REGISTER ON TIME AND FOR NEEDED COURSES
- REVIEW CREDIT LIMITS
- ENROLL IN AT LEAST 12 DEGREE APPLICABLE CREDITS IF YOU ARE A TAP or NYS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT
- EXPLORE STUDY ABROAD AND NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE OPTIONS
- SEEK PERMISSION IF YOU WISH TO RETAKE A COURSE
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Come meet Adeel Jamaluddin, Esq., and hear about his own journey from Stony Brook History Major to successful attorney in the law office of Carman, Callahan, and Ingham.
Wednesday, April 1, campus life time (1-2pm).
History Department, N-303.
How would you like to study, research, intern, take SBC\DEC and Major classes at one of 200 participating National Student Exchange Universities in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam or Canada? Although the deadline has passed, there are still many opportunities to exchange for next Fall, Spring or Academic Year.
Visit www.nse.org & www.stonybrook.edu/nse for more information. Contact Erika Benhardt, NSE Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit N 3071 in the Melville Library.
Take advantage of this great opportunity to meet with all of the Major and Minor Departments on Campus at the Major\Minor Event on April 1st in the Wang Center from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Free Advising for Fall Registration, Major\Minor Exploration Advising, Network with Stony Brook Faculty and more!
Stony Brook offers two unique Study Abroad programs in St. Petersburg, Russia, during Summer Session II
4 Week Summer Abroad (all courses in English)
• Spend 4 weeks in St. Petersburg while earning 3-9 Stony Brook credits at Stony Brook’s International; Summer School
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A representative from St. John’s University graduate school, along with one of our Higher Education Administration practicum students, will be visiting Stony Brook on Thursday, April 9 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. We are hosting an information session in the Javits Room, 2nd Floor, Melville Library to share the various graduate program options available. See the flyer.
Students should be Colombian, of Colombian descent or have a strong interest in helping the Colombian/Colombian-American community. Undocumented students are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have a GPA of 3.0 or above, but all factors will be considered when reviewing applications, including financial need and personal statements, so everyone is encouraged to apply. Deadline is March 31, 2015
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Become a peer mentor and earn credit while helping fellow students succeed at SBU.
Application deadline: Wednesday, April 1st at 5pm
For information, please visit: www.stonybrook.edu/tutoring
Interested in spending a semester at the Southampton campus learning about marine science and maritime culture as you explore the nearby bays, ocean, and coastal habitats and take classes in the new, state-of-the-art Marine Science Station? Join the SBTS Director, Kurt Bretsch, for an information and question session. All majors welcome.
Hosted by the Marine Science Club.
Wednesday, March 25 at 7 pm in SAC 306
Visit the program website for more information: stonybrook.edu/sea
The JFEW SUNY Scholars Program in International Relations & Global Affairs is now accepting applications.
The JFEW SUNY program is a two-year scholarship program, coordinated through SUNY Global and the SB Office of International Academic Programs, staffed by the SB Career Center, and funded by the Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women. Since 2011, 38 SBU students have participated, receiving $400,000+ in scholarships and stipends. Continue reading JFEW SUNY Scholars Program
Due to the recent weather related cancellations it is necessary to make arrangements to address the loss of instructional contact hours. Following meetings with the Provost and Deans, the following plan was developed in order to meet instructional obligations in west campus programs. This plan does not apply to the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, the School of Dental Medicine, the School of Health Technology and Management, or the School of Social Welfare. Continue reading Rescheduled classes due to weather
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Due to class cancellations from inclement weather, please notice the updated information on changes to our deadline dates @ http://www.stonybrook.edu/registrar/ .
If you entered as a freshman in fall 2014 or are a new student in spring 2015, watch this video to find out more about the Stony Brook Curriculum (SBC).
Please visit this page for more information.
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