DoIT Student Technology Fee Advisory Board

DoIT's student technology fee advisory board provides student perspectives on the technology needs of the Stony Brook student body. This involves providing feedback on current DoIT services and policies and suggesting new services that would help students be successful learners.

Information technology goes beyond computers and printers and also includes networking, telephones, technical support, classroom technology, and technology workshops. Since all students, (undergraduate, graduate, commuters, residents, part-time, and full-time) utilize campus technology, it is important for DoIT to understand all of the different needs.


  • Commuter Students (CSA & CA)
  • Graduate Student Organization (GSO)
  • Residence Hall Association (RHA)
  • Service Organizations
  • Student Accessibility Support Services (SASC)
  • Undergraduate Student Government (USG)
  • General Student body:  Any student not part of the above organizations who wishes to participate 

Responsibilities of DoIT Student Technology Fee Advisory Board Members

  • Attend scheduled meetings
  • Inform their consitutents of information discussed at meetings
  • Voice their constituents' concerns, opinions, and questions about services and policies
  • Provide assistance in testing and implementing new technologies 
  • Review the performance of existing services and facilities
  • Provide feedback on existing policies and help create new policy when appropriate
  • Assist in educating/informing the campus  of services that are funded by the student technology fee

Meeting Summaries

The DoIT Student Tech Fee advisory board  Fall 2019 meeting minutes

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