All SUNY Korea Stony Brook students must study at Stony Brook home campus, located in Long Island, New York for one year to fulfill the general education requirement called Stony Brook Curriculum (SBC).
The Stony Brook Curriculum includes both breadth and depth of study (provided by both the SBC learning objectives and the major requirements), as well as ensuring skills necessary for life-long learning. Use the course search to search for courses that complete SBC learning objectives.
For more information on the Stony Brook Curriculum in relation to SUNY General Education Requirements, see link. See SBC Course Planning Guide for guidance.
ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS
Campus life at Stony Brook, West Campus Stony Brook’s active and vibrant campus life is filled with co-curricular experiences to complement the academic curriculum and enhance the overall college experience.
1Location : Our six traditional quads and undergraduate apartments are within easy walking distance of the Academic Buildings.
2Furnishings : All rooms come furnished with an extra-long twin bed, desk, chair, dresser, and bookcase for each resident, have high-speed access to the Internet, and WI-FI. A cable access connection in each room provides premium service which include access to HBO GO App on all your devices.
3Computing : All rooms offer high-speed Internet access. Each quad also has its own state-of-the-art computing center open seven days a week, offering daytime and late-night hours for residents.
4Fitness : Each quad has its own fitness center featuring Nautilus and Cybex equipment. Some fitness centers offer aerobics classes, and all are staffed by trained students who can provide assistance.
5Staff : Our diverse staff includes Quad Directors, Residence Hall Directors, and administrative offices within each quad. Each Residence Hall is supervised by a full-time, live-in professional Residence Hall Director who is available daily for guidance on academic and interpersonal issues.
6Transportation : The University bus system provides free service seven days a week around campus.
Stony Brook University Campus Dining offers something for every taste. A diverse array of delicious, high-quality food that emphasizes fresh ingredients ensures that you can always find the right meal to fit your mood. Inviting settings create opportunities for socializing and engaging experiences. Dining venues across campus offer the elements that create enjoyable experiences, starting with serving great food with diverse options when and where you want it. Students with specific dietary requirements or preferences will also appreciate the multitude of options, including Halal, Kosher, gluten-free, and vegetarian/vegan selections. Visit Campus Dining for more information.
According to the University Policy SKAP100 (Visiting Home Campus Policy), students must satisfy the pre-academic requirements at SUNY Korea by the Spring semester preceding their visit to the Stony Brook, West Campus. Below is the requirement for students visiting Stony Brook.