SBU Reporting

Stony Brook University Reporting is a data warehouse of student, course and financial data compiled from PeopleSoft. This information is copied from the PeopleSoft database the previous day.

SBU Reporting User Accounts & Roles

Depending on the level of access assigned, users of this system may enter specific report parameters and then download a report to Excel so that they can work with the information. For instance, academic departments can get a report of all students in a major. Account managers can access State, SBF and FSA finance reports all in one place. Administrators can have important admissions statistics at their fingertips.

*You must access SBU Reporting from the on-campus network (or VPN), and using a wired (not wireless) connection is best. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get access to SBU Reporting?

Each area has a designated Data Custodian responsible for granting access to a specific group of reports. If your job requires that you use the Stony Brook University Reporting system you must request access by emailing the appropriate Data Custodian.

Area of Responsibility (Data Custodian)

Undergraduate Admissions -  Dave Taiclet

Graduate Admissions -  Melissa Jordan

HSC Admissions -  Richard MacDonald

Student Records/Enrollment -  Michael Mooney

Finance -  Sara LehmannMike Danielson

Accessing Stony Brook University Reporting Using Terminal Server

The Data Custodian will send you an email to confirm that you have been granted access to specific report libraries in SBU Reporting. You access SBU Reporting via a remote desktop connection to a terminal server using an on-campus network (internet connection) or VPN.

The following instructions tell you how to install the software that you need to connect to the terminal server and how to log on/off. You must have administrative rights to install software on your computer. If you don't please contact your local IT support technician or Customer Engagement & Support at (631) 632-9800.

How do I generate a report from SBU Reporting?

Retrieving Your Reports

All reports are saved in your MySBfiles folder by default. After you log off of the terminal server, click My Computer and you will see MySBfiles listed as one of your Network Drives.


If you have a problem installing the software or accessing the terminal server, call Customer Engagement & Support. If you need help generating reports, contact the appropriate data custodian.


I'm off campus. Why can't I access SBU Reporting?

You must access SBU Reporting from the on-campus network (or VPN), and using a wired (not wireless) connection is best. 

Additional Information

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Getting Help

The Division of Information Technology provides support on all of our services. If you require assistance please submit a support ticket through the IT Service Management system.

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