Stony Brook Academic Services

Goldstein Center Dedication Photos

Stony Brook's office of Academic Support Services offers academic advising, tutoring, career advisement, counseling and programming through the NCAA Champs Life Skills. The staff will be available to help create a working balance between your sport, your school work and your role in the community.

The Goldstein Family Student-Athlete Development Center opened in October 2006. The 6,000-square foot facility is located off Pritchard Gymnasium, adjacent to the Indoor Sports Complex atrium, and accommodates over 400 student-athletes in a space that features a state-of-the-art computer lab, a study hall/multipurpose function room, a career resource/library area and a private tutor room. The Center also includes administrative offices for the academic advising staff.

"The Department of Athletics is striving to instill a sports culture at Stony Brook that values and espouses family, team, a winning attitude, class, pride, high expectations and high accountability," said Director of Atheltics Jim Fiore. "The Center will be the first step toward providing a positive, meaningful educational experience for all Stony Brook student-athletes."


Courtney Rickard
Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development

(631) 632-4952

Clare Faurote
Academic Advisor

(631) 632-7327

Kim Wodiska
Academic Advisor

(631) 632-4759

Joseph Robinson
Academic Advisor

(631) 632-7178

Laura Matuza
Assistant Academic Advisor for Football
(631) 632-4759

Heather Dixon
Assistant Academic Advisor for Men's & Women's Basketball
(631) 632-4952