Resources By Category
Academic Resources | Accessibility Support | Career Support | Children and Families | Community Standards | Dispute Resolution and Legal Issues | Financial and Administrative Support and Assistance | Health and Counseling Resources | Housing | Immigration Policy | International Students | Office for Military-Affiliated Communities | Safety | Student Communities and Groups
Stanford is committed to supporting students’ well-being and offers a broad variety of resources on campus. If you don’t find what you need here, contact us (650-736-7078).
- Academic Calendar
- Stanford Bulletin: a list of courses and degree requirements.
- Graduate Academic Policies (GAP)
- Graduate Admissions
- Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE): administers programs and funds, sponsors interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and offers leadership and professional development opportunities.
- Registrar’s office: central resource for academic policies and related information.
- Forms for graduate students related to admissions, reinstatement, enrollment, tuition, degree candidacy and dissertations
- Stanford University Libraries
- Schwab Learning Center: offers free learning strategy support and content tutoring to graduate students who have diagnosed learner variability (dyslexia, ADHD/ADD or other learning differences) or the characteristics of learner variability (assessed during the initial meeting with a learning specialist)
- The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) is committed to providing support and services that enable students with disabilities to take full advantage of the rich opportunities Stanford has to offer.
- WorkLife Office: helps students, faculty, and staff reach a comfortable balance in their work, study, personal and family lives. Their resources for graduate students focus on child care, elder care, parent education and work/life issues.
- Stanford Parent-Net Mailing List: As a member of this mailing list, you can post or receive information about child care, parenting advice and tips, playgroups, items for sale and family events and outings.
- Escondido Village Family Fund: The Escondido Family Fund was established in 1988 by a gift from anonymous donors to provide rent subsidies to graduate student families with two or more children living in Escondido Village. Since funds are limited, families with the greatest need will be funded first and preference is given to Ph.D. students who will be in the final years of their academic program.
- Graduate Family Grant: The Graduate Family Grant will provide up to $20,000 per year per family to eligible graduate students with dependent children. Funds may be used flexibly as needed to cover expenses such as childcare, healthcare and rent. Awards will be disbursed via the student’s account and are considered taxable income.
- The Office of Community Standards is responsible for the student judicial process at Stanford. The office adjudicates cases related to possible student violations of Stanford’s community standards, including the Honor Code and the Fundamental Standard.
- Ombuds Office: a confidential resource for students, faculty and staff who need help resolving questions, concerns, disputes or complaints. The Ombuds is a neutral, impartial and independent office responsible for protecting the interests and rights of members of the Stanford community.
- Legal Counseling Office (LCO): provides free, confidential legal advice and consultation to students at no cost. The LCO gives preliminary advice so that students may be better able to understand the law and seek counseling if necessary.
- The Bridge Peer Counseling Center offers confidential counseling 24 hours/day by phone or in person. Counselors are trained students and services are free and completely confidential.
- Stanford Health Library is free, open to the public and offers consumer health information designed to help you make informed decisions about health and health care.
- Stanford University Emergency Medical Team (StEMS) is a group of certified EMT-basics who are available to provide standby emergency medical assistance at campus events.
- Vaden Health Center, located on campus, has medical services, a pharmacy and a counseling center open to students.
- Vaden also maintains a list of health insurance resources.
- Wellness and Health Promotion Services sponsors wellness classes, workshops and seminars, as well as individual consultations, focused on helping students enjoy a healthy quality of life.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) counsels students with personal, academic and relationship concerns through short-term individual or group sessions (including couples counseling).
- Notalone.stanford.edu provides resources related to sexual assault.
Student Housing manages all on campus graduate housing.
For information about individual residences check these websites:
- Escondido Village (EV)
- Includes EV Buildings 1 - 144, Abrams, Barnes, Blackwelder, Hoskins, Holme, McFarland, Quillen, and EV Studios 1 – 6
- Lyman Hall
- Munger Graduate Residences
- Off Campus Housing
- Rains Houses
- Schwab Residential Center
- Stanford University welcomes students and scholars from all over the world and will continue support students with immigration issues with updated information at immigration.stanford.edu. The Dean of Students Office can assist international students navigate their unique complex circumstances and connect students to campus resources. As well, the Bechtel International Center will continue to offer community support.
Undocumented Student Resources and Support
- Stanford University welcomes students and scholars from all over the world and will continue to support students with immigration issues with updated information at undocumented.stanford.edu. The Dean of Students Office can assist undocumented and DACA students navigate their unique complex circumstances and connect students to campus resources. As well, the VPSA’s Centers for Equity, Community and Leadership (community centers), will continue to offer community support.
- The Bechtel International Center offers a variety of services and programs dedicated to enhancing the lives of Stanford’s graduate student population and easing the transition to what may be a new and different culture for students and their families.
- The Office for Military-Affiliated Communities (OMAC) focuses on the administration and management of VA financial benefits, coordinates and supports educational opportunities for military-affiliated communities, and conducts outreach to faculty regarding engagement and support for faculty grants or other funding specifically identified for military and veteran communities.
- Stanford’s Department of Public Safety provides law enforcement, security, safety, crime prevention and emergency services 24 hours a day from its office on campus.
- In case of emergency or to report suspicious activity call 9-1-1
- SHARE stands for Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education. The new office merges the Title IX Office, the Sexual Harassment Policy Office (SHPO) and the Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse Education and Response Office (SARA).
- Asian American Activities Center
- Black Community Services Center
- Diversity and First-Gen Office
- El Centro Chicano y Latino
- The Markaz: Resource Center
- Native American Cultural Center
- Office for Religious Life
- Queer Student Resources
- Office of Student Engagement (OSE)
- Student Groups at Stanford
- Women’s Community Center (WCC)