All counseling is available to Stony Brook students free of charge
We provide outreach programming to students, faculty, and staff on gender related issues highlighting growth, well-being, and healthy development. We are also available to train residential hall employees, staff, and campus groups on a variety of topics. Possible topics for outreach presentations include relationships, gender identity and expression, sexual assault, domestic violence, and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues. Please call us if you are interested in having us provide an outreach program.
The Wo/Men's and Gender Resource Center houses a lending library with a growing collection of books on topics ranging from health and wellness, to feminist studies, and fiction. Additionally, the library features brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, and other reference materials pertaining to gender. To access the WGRC Library please stop at the Center for Prevention and Outreach Office in the Union room 214.
Regular Operating Hours
Monday through Thursday 10am - 6 pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
Hours vary during intercessions and breaks.
Your contact with the Wo/Men's Center is confidential and is not part of your academic record. The Wo/Men's Center operates within professional guidelines and laws designed to protect the privacy of your records.
Counseling and Psychological Services (2nd Floor Student Health Services Building)
Counseling services are available through the Counseling and Psychological Services located on the second floor of the Student Health Services building. They can also be reached by phone (631) 632-6720