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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

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A Whole New World

The Graduate Life Office (GLO) is a division of the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and is guided by Our Most Important Work. We serve the entire graduate student population at Stanford and their families. GLO deans are a source of comprehensive, impartial guidance and information related to all aspects of your life as a graduate student.

Crisis Assistance

New Graduate Student Orientation attendees, Monika Decker and Olubunmi Eleoramo. Credit: Andrew Brodhead

New Graduate Student Orientation

Welcome to the Farm! NGSO begins 9/18 - 9/25. Our goal is to connect new graduate students with useful campus resources that will assist them during their time at Stanford.

 Students follow a trail during the Walk The Farm event. Grasses and oak trees at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.

Concerned About a Student?

Faculty, staff and friends are in a unique position to identify graduate students who might be having academic or personal problems.

Stanford Harmonics RadioROCK concert. Credit: Lambtron / Wikimedia Commons

OSE Upcoming Events

The Farm is a very special place indeed with connections occurring every day across our communities. We want our students to flourish and to find their space. Find out about upcoming events hosted through CardinalEngage and Stanford Events to see how you can expand your experience. 

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COVID-19 Guidance for Students

As we continue to live with COVID-19 and the many ways in which it impacts student life, we've set-up this section to share relevant information with Stanford's communities.

Have You Tested Positive for Covid-19? For more information on isolation and to request support during isolation, please visit Guidance for Isolation.

Resources for Our Communities

Student Affairs offers our communities support and we are continually seeking ways in which we can provide resources to those who may need it, whether on or off campus.