Stanford Faculty Club 439 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA94305 This restaurant/club/hotel is a place for members of the Stanford University staff and faculty to meet and socialize.…More While the Stanford Faculty Club is for members only, the public may rent it for wedding receptions and bar and bat mitzvahs, as well as corporate events; the club can provide many different types of menus.
Kathleen Eldredge, Ph.D. 441 S California Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 Kathleen Eldredge, Ph.D., is a psychologist practicing in Palo Alto. She is also a member of the Palo Alto University…More faculty as well as provides supervision for post-doctoral fellows at Stanford. Call the listed number for more information.
Roble Field and Pool 351 Santa Teresa St, Stanford, CA94305 Roble Field and Pool is open to all Stanford students, faculty and staff, as well as their guests. It features a large…More field that is popular for soccer and volleyball. The 25-meter-long pool has variable depths and a 3-foot shallow end.
Stanford Memorial Auditorium 551 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA94305 As its name suggests, Memorial Auditorium was dedicated in 1937 to the Stanford students and faculty that lost their…More lives in World War I. The 1,700 seat facility is known for its grand entrance way and exquisite acoustics. In 2005, both the Dalai Lama and Al Gore addressed rapt audiences from its stage.
Barbara Almond, M.D. 1520 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 This is the office of Dr. Barbara Almond, who is a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst currently treating patients…More in the Palo Alto area. A graduate of Yale Medical School, she is currently a faculty member at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call the listed number.
West Campus Tennis Courts 100 Electioneer Rd, Stanford, CA94305 The West Campus Tennis Courts share a picturesque location with the golf course and equestrian center. Reserved solely…More for the use of Stanford faculty and staff, the courts tend to remain full until late at night. However, the court's lights are turned on from dusk until 10 pm for nighttime matches.
Olives@Bldg.160 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA94305 The lunch crowd at this Stanford University eatery are able to enjoy a variety of Greek, Thai, Indian and…More California-inspired cuisine prepared by the talented chefs of Olives. Among their menu items are burgers, salads, gyros and falafel plates as well as soups and some grab-and-go items, prepackaged for convenient, speedy meals. Olives also serves juices, bagels, muffins and fruit cups as a healthy breakfast option for hungry students, faculty and staff members.
Stanford Women's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 In March 2010 Stanford's women's fencing team was represented at the West Regional Champions and placed ninth at the…More 2010 NCAA Championships. The team was led by Francesca Bassa who placed eighth in the épée. Bassa was the lone Cardinal female to be honored as All-American. The Fencing Center, home to Stanford's Fencing team, is located in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, a 75,000 square foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff, which opened in February 2006.
Jimmy V's Sports Café 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Founded in 1994, Jimmy V's Sports Cafe is located on the Campus Drive-facing side of the Arrillaga Family Sports Center.…More Open daily for hungry students, faculty and staff, this budget-pleasing cafe features all-you-can-drink fountain soda refills for $1 and a selection of hamburgers and sandwiches. Ample seating is available both inside the sports-themed restaurant and outside under shade-covered tables.
Stanford Men's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Stanford men's and women's fencing teams won the West Regional Championships for the fifth year in a row in March…More 2010. The men's team also had an individual winner, Max Murphy, who won by outfencing his opponent in the sabre competition. The Stanford Fencing Salle is on the bottom floor of the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation. It is a 75,000-square-foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff that opened in February 2006.
The Stanford News Service is the media relations department for Stanford University and serves as the liaison between…More media organizations and Stanford's faculty, scholars and researchers. The site also provides general facts and information about the university. A complete archive of stories dating back to 1997 is also available on the site.
The News Service originally produced a paper News Report but has since shited to online-only publication. Interested parties may receive daily email newsletters.
Tresidder Fitness Center 459 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Named after the campus union it is located inside of, Tresidder Fitness is a compact-size gym complete with all the…More exercise necessities. Stanford students, faculty, staff and their guests may use Tresidder's various bicycles, Stairmasters, treadmills and weight machines free of charge. In addition, the university offers an assortment of fitness & wellness services to help individuals establish an exercise plan and goals.
Stanford Campus Recreation Association 875 Bowdoin Ln, Stanford, CA94305 The Stanford Campus Recreation Association (SCRA) is the veritable community center for the university's faculty, the…More senior staff and their families. The SCRA's swim program is offered year-round, providing private lessons and sessions for the USS swim team for children. Both private and group tennis lessons are open to children and adults throughout the year, as well. To find out more about the facility, visit the Campus Recreation Association's Web site.
Ivy Tutor Center 2390 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Ivy Tutor Center provides test preparation courses for college and high school admissions. The center focuses primarily…More on SAT, SAT subject tests, ACT and PSAT, as well as high school admission exams. Ivy focuses on customized academic planning, small classes, faculty feedback, and having parental involvement. Ivy Tutor Center offers courses at home, online and in the learning center.
Starbucks Coffee 2000 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Stanford students and faculty are regular customers at this Starbucks location because of its proximity to the campus…More and comfortable lounge area that includes two cozy chairs in front of the fireplace. The large seating area has a nice mix of options for groups and singles to study or socialize while they get their daily caffeine fix and there are several outdoor tables as well. Menu items include Starbucks staples like prepared sandwiches and salads, baked goods and a wide variety of coffee and tea beverages, both hot and cold.
Part of Stanford University's Athletics Department, the Stanford Climbing Gym is located in the Arrillaga Sports…More & Recreation Center - Forman Family Atrium. It offers private lessons, as well as classes in the evening. It is open to students, staff, faculty, and to the public. The climbing wall brings in 1,000 unique visitors every year.
If you're looking to throw your child an exciting unique birthday party, just call and reserve the gym for a private party that will be unforgettable. It also has a disco ball that is sure to turn climbing for exercise into a fun night out with friends.
The J. Hugh Jackson Library is in the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) complex at Stanford campus. It…More mainly serves the Stanford student, faculty and alumni communities, but is open for public use. A non-Stanford-affiliated visitor may have free access to the library for up to seven one-day uses per year. Additional use of the library is available for a fee. Non-Stanford affiliates must register for access privileges.
The library shares the building with GSB classrooms, an auditorium, offices and Arbuckle Cafe, which is open to the public with outdoor seating.
The Robert Crown Law Library, located in the Stanford Law School building, supports the students and faculty of…More Stanford campus as well as other students of law or lawyers. This is a coordinate library that is a bit different and less accessible to the public than some other libraries at Stanford.
There is a $60 fee for students studying for the Bar Exam or for one month for attorneys (access only, no borrowing privileges). It is possible for attorneys to purchase yearly access plus borrowing privileges for several hundred dollars. There are discounts for Stanford alumni, and alumni of Stanford Law School have free access.
Cobb Track and Angell Field 295 Galvez St, Stanford, CA94305 Named in honor of the Charles Cobb Family, and the one-time head of the university's Faculty Athletic Committee, Dr.…More Frank Angell, Cobb Track and Angell Field is home to both the men's and women's track and field teams. The 400-meter, nine-lane, all-weather track was completed in 1996 and was later resurfaced in 2003 with the state-of-the-art Tartan Dual-Durometer 13 mm Embedded System. Additional features include multi-direction runways for pole vault, long jump and triple jump, and the Otis Chandler Infield, the venue for all field event competitions (except the hammer throw). The gates of the 1,772-guest capacity facility open one hour prior to the start of scheduled meets; otherwise, it is open every day for the recreational use of students and staff.