Fueling our

Ensuring the ability to sustain our success


The Stony Brook Annual Fund is a vital means of providing ongoing support to make the greatest immediate impact on our community. Annual Fund donors direct their charitable gifts to specific academic programs, departments and colleges in addition to scholarships, graduate research stipends and a wide range of campus priorities. Annual giving allows our deans, directors and other faculty to respond quickly to new opportunities and urgent needs not covered by tuition and endowment spending. This ensures that all members of our community enjoy an enriching, dynamic university experience.

But we face the same challenges as institutions across the country — less federal and state funding, skyrocketing costs (particularly for STEM education) and an increasingly competitive market for recruiting the best students. To keep recruiting the best young minds and future leaders from across the socioeconomic spectrum, we need your support.



  • Student Scholarship
  • Stony Brook Annual Fund for Excellence
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Business
  • School of Dental Medicine
  • College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • School of Health Technology and Management
  • School of Journalism
  • School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Professional Development
  • School of Social Welfare
  • Graduate School
  • Seawolves United
  • Student Scholarship
  • University Library
  • Student Life
  • Staller Center for the Arts
  • Stony Brook University Hospital
  • Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
  • The Cancer Center
  • The Heart Institute
  • The Neurosciences Institute
  • Provost Initiatives
  • Long Island State Veterans Home

unmet financial aid need per student


most selective of the public members of the AAU, a prestigious association of research universities


daily visitors to the new Hawry's Student Campus Center, a magnet for the entire campus community


student clubs and organizations