Stony Brook University student housing
The State University of New York at Stony Brook is the largest residential campus in the SUNY system, with approximately 54.5% of undergraduate students living on campus. To provide the appropriate services to the 9,000 students that need housing, Stony Brook Campus Residences uses 26 residence halls, split up between six quads on campus. Placement of students into residence halls is typically done by campus residences, based on the student's residential undergraduate college.
In addition to quad housing, juniors, seniors and graduate students also have access to housing in on-campus apartment complexes
Quad Housing 
There are six quads that make up the residential areas for undergraduate students at Stony Brook. These quads are:
- Eleanor Roosevelt Quad
- H Quad
- Kelly Quad
- Mendelsohn Quad
- Roth Quad
- Tabler Quad
There are two types of housing in quad housing: suite style and corridor style
Corridor style housing involves rooms of 1 to 3 people lined down corridor of rooms of the same gender. Room size in corridor style rooms is around 180 sq ft. Residents in corridor style housing share a bathroom with other people in the corridor.
Suite style housing involves residents living in suites of around 6 people in 3 double rooms. Each suite has its own bathroom for residents to share, and a common room equipped with two couches. Bedrooms in suite style housing are smaller than corridor rooms, with a size of around 130 sq ft.
Eleanor Roosevelt Quad 
Eleanor Roosevelt quad is adjacent to Kelly quad. It contains 5 residence halls: Greeley, Keller, Stimson, Wagner and C.N. Yang Hall. All of these halls, with the exception of C.N. Yang hall, have a corridor style floor plan with single rooms and double rooms (CN Yang is suite style, with 4 to 6 residents in a suite). Singles are 10 ft x 11 ft. Doubles are 16 ft x 11 ft. Residents placed in Roosevelt quad are also part of the Global Studies undergraduate college (GLS), making the quad color orange. The computing center is located in the quads' undergraduate college center: The Center for Human Development and Global Studies
The quad fitness center is located in Greeley college.
The Keller mailroom is located in Keller college.
Stimson College is "Quiet Lifestyle".
Wagner college is 24-hour quiet.
Yang Hall is part of the Nobel Halls.
H Quad 
H Quad is adjacent to Mendelsohn quad. It is home to 3 buildings: Benedict, James and Langmuir. The floor plan in all three buildings is Corridor style composed of doubles. All doubles are 13 ft x 14 ft. Residents placed in H quad belong to the Leadership and Service undergraduate college (LDS), making the quad color green.
The computing center is located in the basement of Benedict College.
James college is a cooking building, and offers winter and summer housing.
Langmuir is a 24-hour quiet building.
The closest mailroom is the Irving College mailroom, in Mendelsohn quad.
Living Learning Centers (LLC) 
H quad is also home to two Living and Learning centers: the Community Service LLC in James college, and the Leadership Development LLC in Langmuir college, sticking to the UGC theme of leadership and service.
The Community Service LLC combines academics with community service. A minor in community service learning is available through this LLC. The goal of the community service LLC is to build on research and methods of community service and involvement.
The Leadership Development LLC combines academics with leadership strategies. A minor in Leadership development is also available. The goal of this LLC is to create students who are grounded academically, and who know enough about leadership strategies to motivate the work of others in meaningful ways
Kelly Quad 
Kelly Quad is adjacent to Roosevelt quad. It has six buildings: Baruch, Dewey, Eisenhower, Hamilton, Schick and Lauterbur. All buildings have a suite style floor plan composed of double rooms. Each double room is 16 ft x 10 ft. The computing center is located in the ground floor of Baruch college. The Undergraduate college connected with Kelly quad is the Human Development UGC (HDV) making the quad color purple. Kelly quad is also home to Kelly dining center.
The fitness center is located in Baruch college
The nearest mailroom is the Keller mailroom, located in Roosevelt quad.
Living Learning Centers (LLC) 
The LLC in Kelly quad is the Health and Wellness LLC, in Schick college. This pertains to the theme of the undergraduate college of human development. The health and wellness LLC is meant to provide students with a foundation in the concepts of healthy living, and help those looking for a career in the health professions. A minor is available through the health and wellness LLC
Mendelsohn Quad 
Mendelsohn Quad is adjacent to H quad and surrounds Mendelsohn Pit. Mendelsohn has 4 buildings: Ammann, Gray, Irving and O'Neil. All buildings have a Corridor style foor plan composed of doubles that are 13 ft x 14 ft. Mendelsohn quad residents belong to the undergraduate college of information technology studies (ITS) making the quad color yellow.
O'Neil college has the computing center and the fitness center. F and G wings of O'Neil are quiet lifestyle.
Gray college C wing and Irving college B wing are also quiet lifestyle.
Irving mailroom is located in Irving college.
Irving college ia cooking building and offers winter/summer housing
The Red Dragon Labyrinth 
The Red Dragon labyrinth is located just south of Gray college. It is a seven-tier circular labyrinth, around 30 ft in radius, made of grass and red tree bark. It was donated to the university in 2004 by the United University Professions, the Protestant Campus Ministry, Radiation Protection Services, and University Hospital’s Department of Nuclear Medicine. It's goal is to help students achieve perspective and balance.
Roth Quad 
Roth quad is nearest to Tabler quad and surrounds Roth pond. Roth has 5 buildings: Cardozo, Gershwin, Hendrix, Mount and Whitman. All buildings have a suite style floor plan composed of singles, doubles and triples. Doubles are 8 ft x 17 ft. Residents in Roth are part of the science and society undergraduate college (SSO), making the quad color blue. The Computing center is in Cardozo college and the nearest dining center is the Roth Café, located in the quad. The buildings in Roth quad are the only residential buildings that have air conditioning.
The quad fitness center is located in Mount
Gershwin is 24-hour quiet
The closest mailroom is Keller mailroom.
Living Learning Center (LLC) 
The living learning center in Roth quad is the Environmental Studies LLC. IT is located in Hendrix College and the goal of the environmental studies LLC is to unite the disciplines that involve environmental studies (including ecology, meteorology and oceanography) in order to understand human impact on the environment. A minor is available in environmental studies through this LLC.
The Roth Pond Regatta 
The Roth Pond Regatta is an annual boat race held in Roth Pond since 1989. It is typically held during the last Friday of April, and the goal of the race is to get from one side of Roth pond to the other in a boat made of only cardboard, duct tape and paint. The event is judged by the Roth Pond Yacht club, and is funded by the Undergraduate Student Government. A fan of the event is Samuel L. Stanley, the university president.
Tabler Quad 
Tabler quad is nearest to Roth quad, and surrounds a meadow. Tabler has 5 Buildings: Douglass, Dreiser, Hand, Sanger and Toscanini. All buildings have a suite style floor plan composed of doubles. Doubles are 13 ft x 12 ft. Residents in Tabler are part of the undergraduate college of Arts, Culture and Humanities (ACH), making the quad color red.
The Quad fitness center is located in Dreiser College
The computing centers are located in Douglass college, and the Tabler center for Arts, Culture and Humanities.
Dreiser is 24-hour quiet
Hand college is a cooking building, and offers winter and summer housing. It also offers gender-neutral housing through an interview process.
The closest mailroom is keller mailroom, and the closest dining center is in the Tabler center.
Living Learning Centers (LLC) 
The Media arts LLC is located in tabler quad's Douglass college. The goal of this LLC is to help students better understand the types of media available in today's world and how art can be expressed through them. The media Participation in this LLC involves working with the types of media available on campus, like SBUTV and WUSB.
Tabler Center for the Arts, Culture and Humanities 
The Tabler center has an art gallery that displays works created by alumni and current students on campus. The tabler center also hosts many events, like open mic night, Mr.Tabler, Karaoke, and Tapple fest. It also has a Dunkin' Donuts.
West Apartments 
The West apartment complex is a group of 9 buildings, comprising a total of 230 apartments. In order to get into the west apartments, students must apply through campus residences. Those eligible for housing in west apartments are those who are in U3 or U4 standing (junior or senior standing), have a GPA of 3.0 and be in good judicial standing.
West apartments provide larger rooms than quad style housing. All apartments have full size kitchens with refrigerators, microwaves and electric ranges. They also have larger living rooms than the common rooms in quite style housing, and bedrooms in west apartments may be composed of only singles or doubles. Apartments also have dining rooms and two bathrooms. West apartments also have air conditioning.
Buildings B, H and I are 24-hour quiet
The computing and fitness centers are located in West E
Graduate Housing 
Graduate students, or students of the Health Sciences Center, may request on-campus housing. Graduates who are granted housing live in Chapin apartments or the Schomburg apartments.
Chapin Apartments 
Chapin apartments are designed for single graduate students, married students, and health sciences center students. It is located near the university health center. There are a variety of floor plans across the 12 Chapin apartment buildings. There are 1-bedroom apartments for couples and families, 2-bedroom apartments for 4 graduate students of the same gender, 3-bedroom apartments for 6 graduate or health sciences students of the same gender, and 4-bedroom apartments for 4 graduate or health sciences students of the same gender.
Chapin apartments, like the West Apartments, have a dining room, full-sized kitchen, living room, and air conditioning
The Chapin apartments also have playgrounds, child care facilities, and school bus stops around the complex for families of students living in Chapin.
Schomburg Apartments 
There are 72 apartments in the Schomburg apartment complex. These apartments are designed for graduates and undergraduate married couples. There are two floor styles: 1-bedroom apartments for married couples and domestic partnerships, and 4-bedroom apartments for 4 single graduate and health sciences students. They come equipped with have a dining room, full-sized kitchen, living room, and air conditioning.
Mids in building B are quiet lifestyle
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