The Stanford Arboretum Children's Center (SACC) is operated by Children's Creative Learning Centers (CCLC) and…More provides childcare and pre-school for children aged 2-month to 5-years-old.
This nationally accredited center serves the families of Stanford University and Stanford Hospital. Stanford alumni are not eligible.
The Stanford Store 459 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA94305 A solely student-run business since its opening in 1995, The Stanford Store is a division of Stanford Student…More Enterprises (SSE), an organization devoted to operating and supporting a collection of noteworthy on-campus businesses. Its unique business model provides its employees an opportunity to manage a retail business and generates funds for the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU). The Student Store benefits the entire student body by providing low priced, top-quality authentic Stanford apparel in exclusive designs and brands.
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.
Stanford Driving Range Junipero Serra Blvd & Campus Dr W, Stanford, CA94305 Located across the street from the Stanford University Golf Course, the Stanford Driving Range is open to the public.…More The range offers 50 driving stations, five target greens and a pro shop. Also featuring lights, the range is open for night driving.
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.
Blood Center Stanford University 800 Welch Rd, Palo Alto, CA94304 Blood Center Stanford University is a blood donation facility that services patients and givers in Palo Alto and the…More surrounding areas. It is affiliated with Stanford University. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
Stanford Federal Credit Union 525 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Located just outside of downtown on University Avenue, Stanford Federal Credit Union is a bank for the Stanford…More community—alumni, teachers, employees and students. The bank is well-lit and of a comfortable size with a welcome desk as well as several tellers.
Stanford University Department of Public Safety 711 Serra St, Stanford, CA94305 Located on the university campus, the Stanford Public Safety department is mere minutes from any incident. Blue-lighted…More emergency tower phones are placed all around campus in the event the police need to be contacted immediately. Though there is no fire department, the Stanford Department of Public Safety contracts the Palo Alto Fire Department, who can respond to any call.
Lane Medical Library of Stanford University 300 Pasteur Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Lane Medical Library and Knowledge Management Center is a division of Information Resources & Technology (IRT),…More which provides information technology, informatics, simulation, and knowledge management services in support of the Stanford School of Medicine's clinical, research, and educational missions. Lane is comprised of the following departments: Access Services, Knowledge Integration, Research & Instruction, and Resource Management.
The Oval 551 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA94305 From the very start, The Oval was intended to be the highlight Stanford's campus development plan. It was created at the…More turn of the twentieth century by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. At the bequest of the university's founder, Leland Stanford, Olmsted designed an intricate, purposeful plan with The Oval as the focal point. More than 100 yeas later, Olmsted's vision lives on as the spot on campus to picnic, play Frisbee and be seen.
Stanford Hospital Plastic Surgery Clinic 300 Pasteur Dr, Palo Alto, CA94304 The plastic surgery clinic is part of the Stanford Hospital and Clinics is a medical network in Palo Alto. Based in…More the Stanford University School of Medicine, it serves patients throughout the Santa Clara County, as well as nationally.
The Stanford Bookstore is as impressive as the rest of the university. With a courtyard-style entryway…More and an expansive selection of merchandise, the three-level store is like a small mall. In addition to books and supplies, there are tantalizing displays of fun and interesting gift items. On the upper tier, there is a cafe with plenty of seating, restrooms, a computer store and Stanford apparel and gifts.
Stanford Bookstore ships worldwide and offers a catalogue for long-distance shopping. It partners with Apple and HP for its computer store products. Purchase of Apple software is limited to Stanford ID holders, though anyone may buy accessories.
Stanford Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Laboratories 300 Pasteur Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Located in the Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Laboratories is a…More research institution which applies its scientific advances for the laboratory, diagnostic and transfusion services it provides for its customers. Dedicated to accurate and timely testing, all employees receive annual training in Code and Conduct, as well as training for Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines. The main clinic is open 24 hours a day.
Stanford Hospital and Clinics 300 Pasteur Dr, Palo Alto, CA94304 Stanford Hospital is a full-service hospital facility serving the Palo Alto area. It specializes in rare and complex…More conditions and is currently ranked as one of the top 15 hospitals in the U.S. Its close affiliation with both Lucille Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford University School of Medicine helps it to bring state-of-the-art techniques and technologies to help those under its care.
The Stanford Daily is Stanford University's newspaper that prints Monday through Friday during the academic year. Run…More primarily by Stanford undergrads, the paper has been part of the campus since the University was founded in 1892. It originated as The Daily Palo Alto and served the neighboring community as well.
Any registered student is welcome to join the Daily in any capacity; no experience is required. In keeping with journalism trends, The Stanford Daily launched an online site back in 1995 and also offers web-only content. Daily staff are also trying to bolster its multimedia section.
Special publications throughout the year include: The Orientation Issue, Big Game Cardinal Today, The Pre-Commencement Issue and The Commencement Issue. Every year, Stanford's humor magazine, The Chapparal, produces a fake Daily rife with false news to satirize the newspaper.
The newspaper is the primary holding of The Stanford Daily Publishing Corporation. Founded in 1973, The Corporation operates as a California non-profit corporation headed by the paper's editor in chief and business manager.
Ranked second among world universities by the Academic Ranking of World Universities and ranked fourth nationally…More according to the U.S. News & World Report, Stanford University features a renowned education that boasts some of the world's pre-eminent scholars and leaders, a distinguished arts programs and an athletic division that continues to flourish in the NCAA and Pac-10 Conference.
Back in 1891, railroad tycoon Leland Stanford and his wife, Jane Stanford, established the University to honor their only son, Leland Stanford, Jr., after he died in 1884. Formally named Leland Stanford Junior University, the institution is more commonly referred to as Stanford University. Sprawling over 8,100 acres, the University resides on the location of what used to be the Stanfords' horse farm, where the nickname "The Farm" still endures today. Dedicated to providing an education to all who wished to pursue it, tuition was absolutely free until the 1930s. Today, tuition without financial aid averages $37,380. Required fees are $501, and Room and Board costs $11,463. The motto of Stanford University, selected by President David Starr Jordan in the 1910s, is "Die Luft der Freiheit weht." The German quote from Ulrich von Hutten translates to, "The wind of freedom blows."
Stanford has seven schools: Humanities & Sciences, Engineering, Earth Sciences, Business, Education, Law and Medicine, of which the first three offer both undergraduate and graduate programs, and the last four offer just graduate programs.
With more than 650 student organizations from the Ramshead Theatrical Society to Japanese Taiko drumming to Students for a Sustainable Stanford, the University has a group for every student interest. The arts scene is pulsating with more than 1000 events each month.
Known for its athletic prowess, Stanford University has won the NACDA Director's Cup for the past 16 years, an award given to the top ranked collegiate athletic program. Stanford students compete in 35 varsity sports and 20 club sports and have won 99 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) team titles (second behind UCLA) and 421 individual NCAA championships (the most of any school) since its inception.
On the second largest campus in the world (behind the University of Moscow), Stanford is one of the few universities that offers a guaranteed four years of on-campus housing to undergraduates, plus ample housing to graduate students. By housing the majority of its students on campus, students feel connected to the campus and spend the majority of their day—from attending class to mealtimes to the night scene—on campus.
Stanford also considers itself part of the international community and offers the Bing Overseas Program. It currently offers programs in eleven locations around the world: Australia, Beijing, Berlin, Cape Town, Florence, Kyoto, Madrid, Moscow, Oxford, Paris and Santiago.
Its notable alumni include celebrities, professional athletes, 16 Nobel Prize laureates and founders of companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Yahoo!, Google, Nike and Gap.
Located within walking distance of Stanford University, the Stanford First Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of…More Latter-day Saints serves the University community as well as any interested visitors. The Stanford Latter-day Saint Student Association is a University-based organization affiliated with the Church.
The Church offers several services, including a recreational room that holds a full basketball court. Various events and dances can be held there as well.
The second story of the Church contains meeting rooms for a wide range of functions.