School of Social Welfare
Level 2, Rm 093
Students Services Office (all student related matters such as registration, completing Licensure forms, graduation etc.)
For questions about Admissions applications including the Advanced Standing program:
Phone #: 631-444-3141
Inquiries about Student Services (not related to Admission applications):
For a listing of all other offices and contact information for the School of Social Welfare, visit this page:
101 Nicolls Road
Level 2, Room 093
Stony Brook, NY 11794
(Eastbound from the Queens Midtown Tunnel in Manhattan or the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge in Queens ) to Exit 62 - Nicolls Road North (Route 97). Continue north for nine (9) miles. When you cross over Route 347, proceed to the second traffic light and make a right to the main entrance. (You will see signs for Stony Brook University Hospital and the Emergency Room on the right.) At the next light, make a left and go into the hospital parking garage. Walk into the main lobby of the hospital and proceed towards the cafeteria. You will see escalators to the right of the entrance of the cafeteria. At this point, you are on Level 5 of the Health Sciences Center. Proceed down to Level 2 via the escalators. You can also get to the School of Social Welfare via the Northern State, Southern State, Route 347, Route 25, Route 25A, and Route 27A. Please call the School of Social Welfare at 631-444-2138 and press 6 for specific directions from these or any other locations.
The Long Island MacArthur Airport in Islip is 16 miles from the campus and is serviced by direct flights by major airlines and commuter lines. New York City Area Airports (JFK, LaGuardia and Newark ) airports are 50 miles to the west.
Car ferries cross Long Island Sound at Bridgeport, Connecticut to Port Jefferson, Long Island. Take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road, the University entrances are the first 3 intersections you come to. From New London, Connecticut to Orient Point, Long Island, take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road, the University entrances are the first 3 intersections you come to.
Take the Long Island Railroad's Port Jefferson line from Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan to Stony Brook . The train station is at the border of the campus and bus service to the central campus is provided. Some trains require changing at Jamaica Station and some at Huntington Station.
See Suffolk County Transit