Future Alumni

Carol Gomes


"It's never too early to discover the benefits of being a Stony Brook alum. Please feel free to visit the Alumni Relations office on the first floor of the Melville Library. You can learn more about the Alumni Association and how to find an alumni mentor or internship opportunities with alums. We can tell you more about our student scholarship programs, how to become a Student Ambassador and other opportunities to further enrich your Stony Brook experience."

Carol Gomes, MS, FACHE, CPHQ '90, '97
President, Stony Brook Alumni Association


Alumni Association Scholarships

Are you a student who excels in academics, leadership or improving community life? Do you have financial need? Over the years, the Stony Brook Alumni Association has awarded more than $198,000 to 152 Stony Brook students. Scholarship winners are also recognized at the Undergraduate Recognition Awards Ceremony in April and the annual Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Classic dinner.

Unsure of Your Career Plans?

We are here to help you realize your success and ultimately become part of Stony Brook's engaged alumni community. So we partner with Career Services to bring alumni on campus to speak to classes and at special career-related events. And students are often invited to alumni events giving you more opportunities to meet alumni involved in a variety of fields.

Your soon-to-be fellow alums, across the country, around the world, in every imaginable career field, are willing to help you make the transition from the classroom to the workplace. Get advice on preparing for a career in your field, resume tips, and internship ideas. For more information on how to find, establish an introduction to, and work with a Stony Brook alumni mentor, contact Career Services.

Of course, the best place to start your career planning is by talking to advisors in Career Services and learning more about the Zebra Career Advising Network, a great online career planning tool just for Stony Brook students. 



Stony Brook Alumni Association Supports New "Serious About Safety" Campaign

The Stony Brook Alumni Association embraces campus safety in all areas and supports the University's new “Serious About Safety” Campaign. 

Since 2011, the Alumni Association has made a special effort to support roadway safety for both pedestrians and drivers. For pedestrian students and alumni, volunteers have shared free reflective bands throughout the academic year. For drivers, the Stony Brook Alumni Association has partnered with Liberty Mutual Insurance to offer discounted Defensive Driving classes.

For more information or to get your reflective band visit the William and Jane Knapp Alumni Center at E1315 Melville Library or see the Alumni Association at:

  • New Student Orientations  
  • Wolfstock: Long Island’s Biggest Backyard BBQ
  • Roth Pond Regatta in the Spring semester