Residence Halls Students choose from a variety of different housing programs, room types, and living arrangements Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Housing Options Student residents welcome incoming freshmen to the Ujamaa house Rooms come in all shapes and sizes—and students are sure to make the space uniquely theirs A 360° view of a single bedroom in Mirrielees hall A 360° view of a one room double in Larkin house A 360° view of a one room double in Mars house Vibrant residence communities give students the opportunity to extend learning beyond the classroom Each residence dining hall serves delicious, healthy, hearty meals every day Dining Dining Dining Dining Dining Dining Dining Stanford's residence system is among the largest and most diverse in the nation Stanford Housing is not just a place to live—it is a fundamental part of the undergraduate experience Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Residential Education Jan Barker-Alexander talks about the benefits of Residential Education programs For information on housing and residential education.

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Freedom

See how freedom translates into our people, our place and our mission.

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Making a Stanford Education Affordable

Undergraduates describe the role of financial aid in their education and offer advice to applicants considering Stanford.

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Residence Hall Tour

Learn about Stanford residential life on this virtual tour of residences, dining halls and lounges.

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Self-Guided Tours

Explore the campus at your own pace. Download the official Visit Stanford App or Podcast Tour and learn more about Stanford’s rich history, distinctive architecture and notable landmarks.

Around the Quad

Around the Quad

Sample the diverse opportunities at Stanford from a snapshot of fellow students passing through the quad.

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Google Earth 3D Model

Stanford students created these models, and the project was one of the seven winners in Google's Build Your Campus in 3D Competition.