Approaching Stanford Guide

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Browse through the posts below or use the drop down menu, starting with “Approaching Stanford Forms”. Everything you need to know about preparing for Stanford is in this guide including all of the information in the Approaching Stanford Handbook and more!   

Federal regulations prohibit Stanford University from releasing student information...Read More
Located in the heart of campus, Old Union and Tresidder Memorial Union offer...Read More
The Stanford Bulletin is Stanford University’s official catalog of courses, degrees...Read More
As a matriculated student, your Stanford email account is now active. You are...Read More
Students often approach advisors to find out whether they can get credit for work...Read More
The Founding of the University Stanford University is a living memorial to Leland...Read More
All Stanford students are required to complete one year of college-level study, or...Read More
Freshman Introductory Seminars (IntroSems) offer you the opportunity to interact and...Read More
Stanford values the transition process as the foundation for thriving both...Read More
It is the policy of Stanford University that smoking (including vapor cigarettes) in...Read More
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (gender...Read More
Stanford is committed to providing a place of work and study free of sexual...Read More
The Office of Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA...Read More
The Confidential Sexual Assault Counseling (CSAC) Office offers emotional support,...Read More
Dining with your housemates is an integral part of the Residential Education program...Read More
The Financial Aid Office (FAO) administers federal and institutional financial aid...Read More
You may want to consider opening a personal checking account when you arrive at...Read More
Stanford takes emergency preparation very seriously. The University has an “all...Read More
Stanford has one of the most extensive and diverse campus computing environments in...Read More
A maximum of 45 units of Advanced Placement (AP) , transfer work , and/or other...Read More