Welcome to Stanford Undergrad
Stanford Undergrad is your guide to academics and educational opportunities offered through the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and our campus partners.
LSP students Caio, Airin, George, and Mia share a bit about themselves and offer written reflections and insights into their unique experiences, within LSP and at Stanford.
"LSP was a huge factor and point of support during this transition. Being exposed to college-level classwork and rigor was especially helpful coming from an under-resourced community and school that didn’t prepare me. I was able to cultivate a sense of community and belonging in this new place I now call home." — Airin Brittany Valdez-Monroy
The Advising Resource Toolkit
These advising tools may be used cooperatively during an advising conversation or you may use them on your own, to help you prepare for a conversation with your academic advisor. They are intended to:
- help frame your reflections throughout your time at Stanford
- guide your strategic thinking if you face challenges or difficulty
- facilitate your academic planning and intellectual development
- support you as you consider post-undergraduate education
What is Arts Intensive?
Arts Intensive offers students time to focus on a single, project-based arts class with campus faculty and guest artists. The courses provide the unique opportunity to create in small class sizes outside of the pressures of the regular academic year.What is Arts Intensive?
The Hume Center for Writing and Speaking works with all Stanford students to help them develop rich and varied abilities in every aspect of writing and oral communication. Find out what to expect when you see a tutor and how to schedule an appointment.What to Expect
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