Undergrad

Academic advisors offer guidance to undergrads for winter quarter planning

Among those at Stanford who have been integral in helping students navigate the academic and personal challenges brought about by the pandemic is the talented team of academic advisors in VPUE’s Office of Academic Advising. Since the start of January, these professional advisors have held more than 1,000 virtual appointments with undergraduates—and a number of those sessions have been prompted by the changing circumstances of Winter Quarter academic planning.

Academic Advising Director Melissa Stevenson and her colleagues within the Office of Academic Advising have held more than 1,000 virtual appointments with students since the start of January to discuss Winter Quarter planning and issues around wellbeing. (Image credit: Courtesy VPUE)


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
     

Explore the Advising Resource Toolkit

 

Undergrad Events and Deadlines
Mar 4

A Panel on Race and Media

You're invited to join Stanford in New York in partnership with Stanford Women's Network - New York as we welcome award-winning journalists and media powerhouses Tracy Jan (BA ‘98 MA ‘99) of the Washington Post, Emily Ramshaw of The 19th...
Mar 4

From Brahms to Berghain: A Virtual Tour of Berlin’s Music Scenes

Berlin is a city with multiple soundtracks. From rich techno, jazz and experimental music, three major opera houses, seven professional symphony orchestras, and more — in Berlin you can explore all genres in performances of expert quality. What’s more: music...
Mar 5

International Perspectives on Studying During A Pandemic

Learn what is unique and what is universal for undergraduate students during this difficult year. Minha Khan (BOSP Oxford alumna) Lily Nilipour (BOSP Oxford Alumna) Jack Whitehead (Brasenose College undergraduate and SoCo student) Phillip Olney (Corpus Christi...

BOSP. Experiences. Everywhere.

Please join us for a series of virtual events, hosted by BOSP global centers. Meet our dedicated staff, learn to cook with an Italian master chef, attend a guided virtual visit to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, explore the reinvention of bookstores and cooking classes in France, and more!

Events are open to students, faculty, staff, and other members of the broader Stanford community.

Stanford in New York

Being in New York City has helped me grow professionally and personally in a way I wasn’t able to do on Stanford’s campus...Through Stanford in New York, I’ve been able to explore what it means to be a public service worker in the city, inspiring and being inspired by the girls I was lucky to work with!
Meley Gebresellassie
Photo by Sam Hollenshead
Meley Gebresellassie. Photo by Sam Hollenshead

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