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斯坦福大学

Stanford University

  • 美国, 加利福尼亚州
  • 私立大学
  • $ 43683

    一年学费
  • 6%

    录取比例
  • 7063

    学生人数
  • 12%

    城市华人

学校信息

学校介绍
由美国人自己建立的第一所大学,硅谷的发动机

想到斯坦福大学,我们最先联想到的可能是美国硅谷。斯坦福大学造就了硅谷,而硅谷也让斯坦福大学的发展进入了崭新阶段。有人说如果哈佛大学与耶鲁大学代表着美国传统的人文精神,那么,斯坦福大学则是二十一世纪科技精神的象征。苹果、谷歌和惠普等企业的总部就在学校不远处。

斯坦福大学的学制分成四个季度,学生每段都要选不同的课,压力很大。斯坦福大学的本科生必须在九个领域完成必修课,其中包括文化与思想,自然科学、科技与实用科学、文学和艺术、哲学、社会科学和宗教思想。除此之外,学生的写作和外语也必须达到一定标准。

斯坦福大学的商学院和哈佛大学商学院一直并驾齐驱,但特色各有不同:哈佛商学院代表比较传统的经营管理培训,培养的是“西装革履式”的大企业管理人才;而斯坦福商学院则更强调创新型科技新企业的“小企业精神”。

斯坦福大学也有提前申请,申请类型是REA。

这里一年之中有十个月阳光灿烂,如果你足够优秀,那就赶紧准备申请吧!

地理位置

本科项目申请

申请材料
材料名称 必交 选交 材料说明
申请费用 $90
高中成绩 提交高中成绩单,学校概况(School Profile)和学校报告(School Report)
推荐信 提交2封任课教师推荐信,任课教师科目为英语、数学、自然科学、外语、历史和社会研究
作品集 申请艺术、音乐、舞蹈、戏剧专业的学生,提交作品集
GPA 建议提交GPA成绩
ACT 提交SAT或ACT成绩,如果两项考试都参加则需提交两项考试成绩,SAT送分代码为4704,ACT送分代码为0434
SAT 提交SAT或ACT成绩,如果两项考试都参加则需提交两项考试成绩,SAT送分代码为4704,ACT送分代码为0434
SAT II 建议提交至少2门SAT2科目成绩,SAT送分代码为4704
TOEFL 建议提交托福成绩,无最低分数要求,托福送分代码为4704
申请时间表

01/01

常规录取截止日

04/01

常规录取通知日

11/01

早录取截止日

05/01

决定是否接受 Offer

毕业后职业发展

5

排名

$62900

毕业起薪

$126400

中期薪资

28%

STEM学位比例

学校信息概览

统计数据
基本信息
联系我们
Stanford University 450 Serra Mall Stanford, CA 94305 United States (650) 723-2300 www.stanford.edu
概况
创立时间: 1891-01-01
男女同校: 1
学校性质: Private Non-Profit
所在城市: Suburban
校历: Quarter
哲学与宗教: None
宗教信仰: None
费用
州内学生学费: $43683
外州及国际学生学费: $43683
食宿费: $13166
书本费: $1500
学生分布
全部研究生: 7063
全日制本科生: 7003
在职本科生: 60
男生: 3674
女生: 3389
Total Grad Students: 11456
全日制研究生: 8474
在职研究生: 2982
助学金
概况
助学金截止时间: February 15 (priority)
学费保障计划: Not Available
预付学费计划: Not Available
学费分期付款计划: Not Available
州内学生学费: $43683
外州及国际学生学费: $43683
联系财务部门
电话: (650) 723-3058
邮件: financialaid@stanford.edu
网址: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/finaid
资助/贷款 联邦资助 机构资助 州资助 学生贷款 总计
平均数值 $4388 $36389 $9708 $6589 $33108
% 学生得到的 16% 55% 6% 11% 70%
评分
  • A+ 学术能力
  • A+ 体育
  • A+ 校内饮食
  • A+ 校内住宿
  • A+ 校园品质
  • A+ 多样性
  • B+ 校园规模
  • C 保守程度
  • A- 自由程度
  • C 毒品安全
  • A- 希腊生活
  • A+ 姑娘和小伙儿
  • B+ 姑娘们的吸引力
  • A 小伙儿的吸引力
  • C+ 健康和安全
  • C 当地环境
  • A 校外饮食
  • D- 校外住宿
  • C+ 停车场
  • B- 聚会
  • A+ 技术支持
  • A- 交通便捷
最好 & 最坏
事实 & 统计
  • 快乐的学生
    98% of students return after their first year.
  • 可验证的成功
    95% of students will complete their education and graduate with a degree.
  • Easy Financial Aid Process
    62% of students surveyed told us that the financial aid process went smoothly and they received the financial aid they needed.
  • 学识渊博的教授
    100% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
  • 低课业压力
    64% of students surveyed rated the manageability of work as above average.
  • 大的寝室
    87% of students surveyed felt that dorms were more spacious than average.
  • 接纳校园社区
    86% of students surveyed said that the campus community as a whole is very accepting of members of minority groups.
  • Safe Campus
    63% of students surveyed said that they feel extremely safe and secure on campus.
  • 校园自豪感
    67% of students surveyed said that they love everything about the school and have a lot of campus pride.
  • Highly Satisfied Students
    96% of students surveyed would make the same school choice if they could do it all over again.
  • 帮助找工作和实习
    80% of students surveyed said that the career center is very helpful and provides services to students beyond help landing a job.
  • 强力的校友纽带
    73% of students surveyed said the alumni network is very strong and involved in activities on campus.
  • Genders Equally Represented
    A male-to-female ratio of 53/47 means there's a pretty even balance of students on campus.
  • 向最棒的人学习
    98% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
  • 个人关注
    You can expect personal attention with 70% of classes having less than 20 students.
  • 帮助成功
    The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
  • 获得AP学分
    If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
  • Work Part-Time During School
    Employment services are available for students.
  • 帮助被雇佣
    Placement services are available to graduates.
  • 极端的多样性
    One of the most racially diverse campuses-64% of students are minorities.
  • 昂贵的
    Tuition is a steep $42,225, one of the most expensive rates in the country.
  • Expensive to Just Get By
    60% of students surveyed felt that the amount it costs to live while at school was worse than average.
  • 贵的住宿费
    Living on campus doesn't come cheap, with an average housing price tag of $6,700.
Best Of
  • 1
    Beautiful campus/beautiful weather
  • 2
    Getting a job
  • 3
    Great athletics/extracurricular activity options
  • 4
    San Francisco
  • 5
    Talented, compassionate professors
  • 6
    Wireless Internet
  • 7
    Housing and dining hall options
  • 8
    Overseas program
  • 9
    Diversity
  • 10
    Freedom-if you have an idea, you can get money to fund it.
Worst Of
  • 1
    Cost of living
  • 2
    "The Stanford Bubble"
  • 3
    Competitive
  • 4
    Large campus
  • 5
    The quarter system
  • 6
    Bike accidents
  • 7
    Palo Alto
  • 8
    Program in Writing and Rhetoric (PWR)
  • 9
    Introduction to the Humanities (IHUM)
  • 10
    Pretentious/rich, annoying "legacy" kids

学校信息

学术
事实 & 统计
  • 师生比例
    12:1
  • 全职师资
    1,575
  • 兼职师资
    222
  • 全职教员
    3,249
  • 终极学位的教员
    98%
  • 平均工资
    $131,504
  • 全职保留比率
    98%
  • 毕业率
    95%
  • 可提供的项目/专业
    120
  • 学术/职业咨询
    Yes
  • 治疗服务
    No
  • 班级规模
    • Fewer than 20 students: 70%
    • 20 to 49 students: 17%
    • 50 or more students: 13%
  • 教育项目
    Occupational: No
    Academic: Yes
    Continuing Professional: No
    Recreational/Avocational: No
    Adult Basic Remedial: No
    Secondary (High School): No
  • 特殊证书机会
    Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
    Dual Credit: No
    Life Experience Credits: No
  • 本科院校/部门
    • School of Earth Sciences
    • School of Education
    • School of Engineering
    • School of Humanities & Sciences
    • School of Medicine
  • 授予学位
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Doctorate - Professional practice
    • Doctorate - Research/scholarship
    • Master's degree
    • Post-master's certificate
  • 最受欢迎的专业
    • Business Administration and Management: 4%
    • Computer Science: 3%
    • Electrical and Electronics Engineering: 3%
    • Engineering/Industrial Management: 3%
  • Graduation Requirements
    • English (including composition)
    • Foreign language
    • Humanities
    • Mathematics
    • Sciences (biological or physical)
    • Social science
  • 特殊的学习选项
    • Study abroad
    • Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
  • Other Academic Offerings
    • Double major
    • Exchange student program (domestic)
    • Honors program
    • Independent study
    • Internships
    • Student-designed major
  • Online Courses
    There are some online classes in certain departments and programs, but mostly students participate in on-campus classes.
  • 学校的最好的地方
    • Bender Room
    • The CoHo (coffeehouse)
    • Green Library Stacks
    • The History Corner
    • Law Library
  • 成功小贴士
    • Actually go to class.
    • Find a good study group.
    • Get out and go to parties.
    • Go to office hours.
    • Join a student group, but don't join too many.
    • Live in a different dorm every year-get to know people, learn from everybody, and get to know a new environment.
    • Pick classes you actually like.
    • Use courserank.stanford.edu when deciding classes. It is an online class review site that lists every class offered as well as comments from former students.
  • 你知道吗
    • Stanford is on the quarter system. Students typically attend three quarters each year: autumn, winter, and spring. Courses are measured in units, where each unit roughly corresponds to three hours of work per week. It takes 180 units to graduate, and on average, students enroll in 15 units per quarter.
    • Every quarter during the week before finals (called Dead Week), students gather at midnight to partake in a tradition called the "Primal Scream," where students scream to alleviate stress.
    • You can create your own major. If you do not find a major that fits your academic passion, you can create your own major with the help of advisers. Just present a proposal, find professors that are also interested in your subject, and go for it. The possibilities are endless.
学生投票

你对以下的陈述是同意还是不同意? 基于 69 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 我的大类教育要求是有价值和有意义的
  • 可以轻松选到自己想上的课程
  • 学术导师乐于助人
  • 打分是公平和公正的
  • 有很多种有趣的课程可以选择
  • 学生被鼓励去探索大范围的课程和话题
  • 课业压力可以轻松管理
  • 线上也有很多好的课程可选
  • 助教是有效的
  • 课程安排/注册过程是有效和学生友好的
  • 教室/实验室是最新的且新技术有效的

你经常做什么 基于 30 个问卷回复

从来没有
总是这样
  • 上课(讲座和讲座)
  • 做所有的家庭作业
  • 做所有被分配的阅读
  • 充分的学习
  • 有效利用研讨小组和课后答疑时间
  • 记笔记

这所学校在你申请时处于什么位置? 基于 29 个问卷回复

  • 72% 这是我的女神校
  • 28% 这是我的最想去的学校之一
  • 0% 这是我的保底学校
入学政策
入学数据
全面入学数据
全部的申请者: 38828
男性申请者: 20464
女性申请者: 18364
全部: 2208
男性接纳度: 1147
女性接纳度: 1061
录取比率: 6%
拒绝率: 76%
联系我们
电话: (650) 723-4291
邮件: admission@stanford.edu
网址: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/uga
申请信息
开放入学: No
一般申请: Yes
Application Fee: $90
申请网站: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/uga/application/freshman/apply.html
需要知道的重要日期 截止日期 注意事项
最早申请日期 11-01 12-15
一般时间 01-01 04-01
必须申请 05-01
入学政策
Consideration
必须 建议 非强制性
学分绩
高中学校排名
高中成绩单
大学预科课程
推荐信
面试/作品集
SAT/ACT
TOEFL
注册新生数据
全部注册新生: 1677
全日制注册男生: 904
全日制注册女生: 773
兼职注册男性: 0
兼职注册女性: 0
候补名单数据
申请者放置: ? 1424
接受申请者: ? 1002
注册的学生: ? 0
转换数据
接受的申请者: 1180
接纳的申请者: 25
Students EnrolledF: 22
标准化考试数据
标准化考试分数 Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of)
SAT分数的中位数 680 - 780 700 - 790 690 - 780 2070 - 2350 (2400)
ACT分数的中位数 32 - 35 31 - 35 29 - 32 31 - 34 (36)
总体数据
高中班级的top10%: 92%
需要的SAT/ACT: either
提交SAT的学生: 39%
提交ACT的学生: 86%
SAT单项测试的要求
没有报告的
事实 & 统计
  • Tips for Getting In
    • Be unique; don't follow the regular high school crowd. Do you!
    • Be yourself.
    • Have awesome essays.
    • Take challenging high school classes.
    • Talk about your passions in the application.
  • 在去学校之前应该知道的事情
    • For most classes, you can collaborate with others on problem sets and assignments.
    • Friends don't always make the best roommates.
    • Get a bike! Stanford is the second largest campus in the world; you need something to get around.
    • Prerequisites for classes are not enforced; take whatever you want, if you can handle the work.
    • Stanford is on the quarter system. You will have three final periods, one every 10 weeks.
    • You will skip 9 a.m. classes.
  • 访谈与信息会话
    Call the Office of Undergraduate Admission to make a reservation, at (650) 723-2091. Stanford does not do interviews of any sort for undergraduate admission.
  • 校园旅行
    Free tours are available twice a day, seven days a week. Tours depart from the Stanford Visitor Center in Memorial Auditorium at 11 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. Tours are offered year-round, except during the winter holiday break and certain holidays. For more information, call (650) 723-2560 or e-mail visitorinfo@stanford.edu.
  • 探视
    Stanford does not provide formal overnight visits for prospective applicants, except in the case of athletic or diversity recruitment (if you have friends or family who attend the University, you can definitely come and visit them to get a sense of the school). However, if you are admitted to Stanford, you can, and should, come to Admit Weekend in mid-April. About 800 prospective freshmen (ProFros) come to Admit Weekend to check out Stanford and stay in the dorms from Thursday to Sunday. Keep in mind: this is Stanford's way to convince you to come to the school, and most people will be trying hard to make the place seem perfect. Still, you will have a great time and get a good feel of the campus in order to make your final college decision.
  • Campus Map
  • 校园全景
工作 & 实习
事实 & 统计
  • 职业中心
  • 雇用服务
    Yes
  • 安置服务
    Yes
  • Other Career Services
    • Cardinal Recruiting, on-campus interview program
    • Career counseling
    • Career fairs
    • Letter of Recommendation service
    • Recruiting resources
    • Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM)
  • Best Student Jobs On Campus
    • Tutor
    • Campus tour guide
    • Call center
  • Worst Student Jobs On Campus
    • Call center
    • Food service
    • Library at night
  • Best Places to Work Off Campus
    • Google
    • Mozilla
    • Trader Joe's
    • Stanford Shopping Center
    • Facebook
  • 找工作或者实习的建议
    • Become a member of the Stanford Alumni Network as soon as you get to campus. This online database can help you find alumni in specific cities and in specific career areas.
    • Check out the CDC (Career Development Center), and get there early-the first quarter of your freshman year is a great time to start. Once you've gotten into the system and figured out how everything works, it'll be a lot easier to take advantage of all the services CDC offers. Unlike some other schools, Stanford's Career Services can be a busy place; there are a lot of motivated students looking for jobs and internships, so it's important to make a name for yourself early on.
    • Get involved with the Stanford Alumni Mentoring program (SAM). This program allows you to make a profile online, view the profiles of perspective mentors (Stanford alumni), and then choose what mentor you would like. These mentors can help you figure out the next steps post-graduation, find internships, and maybe even refer you for your first job.
    • Network, network, network!
    • Stanford has multiple career fairs throughout the year, and there are always top companies and organizations that participate. Stop by career fairs, talk to recruiters, and make sure to bring your resume.
    • Talk to faculty and staff. All of the faculty and staff have been in your situation before and know many people. Look for faculty/staff that have similar interests as you, and talk to them about career and internship options.
    • You can also use the CDC to find jobs on campus. On-campus jobs usually pay between $10 and $15 an hour and range from easy jobs that allow you to do your homework on site to jobs that may interest your career path.
  • 最常雇佣毕业生的公司
    • Bain
    • Goldman Sachs
    • Google
    • Microsoft
    • Oracle
  • 进入工作市场的毕业生
    Within six months: 81%
学生投票

职业中心在学生找实习和找工作提供的帮助 基于 53 个问卷回复

  • 77% 很有帮助。他们帮助你寻找工作和实习且提供工具和工作坊。
  • 21% 有一些帮助。职业中心给学生提供了资源但并不是针对个人的。
  • 2% 有些没有用。这里有一些资源但是并不是针对个人的。
  • 0% 完全没有用。他们几乎没有帮助学生找工作和实习。

学校校友纽带的强力程度 基于 55 个问卷回复

  • 71% 很强力。校友参与了很多活动且做了很多校园招聘。
  • 25% 比较强力。这里有些活动且你可以和你需要的校友联系。
  • 4% 有些弱。几乎没有校友活动且和校友没有真正的联系。
  • 0% 几乎没有。毕业之后,校友和学校之间没有联系。
开设专业
MajorCertificateAssociateBachelor'sMaster'sDoctoral
Agriculture 0 0
Food Science and Technology 0 0
Food Science 0 0
Arts 46 34 9
Art History 7 1 3
Art Studies 0 0 0
Design and Applied Arts 5
Industrial and Product Design 5
Film, Video, and Photography 7 8
Cinematography and Video Production 8
Film and Video Studies 7
Fine Arts 8 5
Studio Arts 8 5
Music 14 15 4
Music History and Literature 14 15 0
Music Theory and Composition 4
Performing Arts 10 0 2
Drama and Theatre Production 10 0 2
Biological Sciences 177 24 65
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2 9
Biology 177 4 4
Biological and Physical Sciences 0
Biology and Biological Sciences 177 2 4
Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine 2
Cellular Biology 0 3
Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology 8 0
Epidemiology 8 0
Genetics 8 12
Microbiology 1 13
Neuroscience and Neurobiology 0 11
Neuroscience 0 11
Pharmacology and Toxicology 0 0
Pharmacology 0 0
Physiology and Pathology 1 13
Physiology 1 13
Business 70
Business Management 70
Business Administration and Management 70
Communications 29 33 7
Communication and Media Studies 29 33 7
Computer and Information Sciences 144 161 30
Computer Science 144 161 30
Education 207 32
Education Studies and Research 121 32
Foundations of Education 121 32
Teaching 86
Elementary Education 23
English and Speech Teacher Education 17
Foreign Language Teacher Education 6
History Teacher Education 0
Mathematics Teacher Education 13
Science Teacher Education 14
Social Science Teacher Education 13
Engineering 8 337 938 266
Aerospace Engineering 2 55 17
Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering 2 55 17
Agricultural and Environmental Engineering 10
Environmental Engineering 10
Biological Engineering 23 15
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 23 15
Chemical Engineering 0 23 26 17
Civil and Surveying Engineering 5 15 172 21
Civil Engineering 5 15 172 21
Electrical and Communications Engineering 1 39 223 87
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1 39 223 87
Engineering Studies 0 106 13 6
Industrial Engineering and Technology 0 69 201 20
Industrial and Engineering Management 69 201 20
Industrial Engineering 0 0 0 0
Mechanical Engineering and Technology 0 50 170 52
Mechanical Engineering 0 50 170 52
Mineral and Petroleum Engineering 0 0 13 4
Petroleum Engineering 0 0 13 4
Plastics and Materials Engineering 0 25 42 27
Materials Engineering 0 25 42 27
Systems Engineering 0 0 0
Environmental Sciences 24 5
Conservation and Environmental Studies 24 5
Natural Resources Conservation 24 5
Health Care 29 85
Health and Medical Administrative Services 11
Health Care Management 11
Medicine and Medical Studies 18 85
Health Service Preparatory Studies 18 10
Medicine 75
Languages and Literature 124 24 26
English 69 7 6
English Language Studies 69 7 6
Language Studies and Linguistics 22 8 7
Comparative Literature 8 0 3
Foreign Languages and Literatures 1
Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation 13 8 4
Regional Language and Literature Studies 21 7 9
Chinese Language and Literature 2 1 1
German Language and Literature 2 1 1
Japanese Language and Literature 1 3 1
Latin and Ancient Greek Studies 15 2 6
Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature 1 0 0
Romance Languages 12 2 4
French Language and Literature 4 0 1
Italian Language and Literature 3 0 1
Romance Languages and Literatures 0 0
Spanish Language and Literature 5 2 2
Law 0 241
Advanced Legal Studies 0 61
Advanced Legal Research 0 61
Law and Legal Studies 180
Law Studies 180
Mathematics & Statistics 60 75 33
Computational and Applied Mathematics 17 44 11
Mathematics 43 1 15
Statistics 30 7
Philosophy and Religion 20 2 6
Philosophy Studies 17 2 6
Philosophy 17 2 6
Religion 3
Religious Studies 3
Physical Sciences 0 56 31 98
Chemistry and Chemical Technology 29 12 34
Chemistry 29 12 34
Earth Sciences 0 6 11 16
Geology and Earth Science 0 6 11 16
Physics 21 8 48
Psychology & Counseling 94 14 11
Psychology 94 14 11
Social Sciences & Liberal Arts 517 160 64
Area and Ethnic Studies 44 41
African American Studies 1
African Studies 5
Asian Studies 6 18
Hispanic American Studies 1
Latin American Studies 0 12
Minority and Group Studies 19
North American Studies 15
Regional and Area Studies 6
Women's Studies 2
Economics 103 23 15
Economics and Econometrics 103 23 15
History 67 13 12
Human Development 21 11
Cognitive Science 21 11
International Studies and Government 168 27 14
International Relations and National Security Studies 96 22
Political Science and Government 72 5 14
Liberal Arts and Humanities 0 10 5
Social Sciences 114 35 18
Anthropology and Archaeology 22 14 11
Sociology 71 21 7
Urban Studies and Affairs 21
Social Services 25 10
Public Policy, Administration, and Social Work 25 10
Public Policy Analysis 25 10
奖学金
学生投票

哪一个陈述更好地描述了你在学校的财务资助经历? 基于 128 个问卷回复

  • 57% 很顺畅,并且我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 12% 过程有点儿苦难,但是我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 1% 完全是令人头疼的一件事情,并且使用了各种方式来接受补助。
  • 7% 是一个开放的过程并且我正在解决它。
  • 23% 我没有申请财务资助。

学生情况

校友和毕业生
事实 & 统计
  • 校友办公室
    Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
    326 Galvez St., Stanford
    Phone: (650) 724-0888
    www.stanfordalumni.org
  • 校友服务
    • Ability to host events at the Alumni Center
    • Lifetime e-mail address
    • Lifetime subscription to Stanford Magazine
  • 校友出版物
    Stanford Magazine comes out six times a year and distributes to all current students, undergrad parents, and a vast network of alumni. Subscriptions are $24 per year.
  • 主要校友活动
    Each October, Stanford has Homecoming weekend. There is a football game, class reunions, and a lecture series for alumni. Other events are held across the country during the year. See the alumni Web site for more information: www.stanfordalumni.org/erc.
  • 著名校友
    • Steve Ballmer - CEO Microsoft
    • Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page - Founders of Google
    • Joe Coulombe - Founder of Trader Joe's
    • John Elway - NFL quarterback
    • Carleton Fiorina - CEO Hewlett Packard
    • Herbert Hoover - President of the United States
    • Ted Koppel - Nightline anchor
    • The Lopez Twins (Brook and Robin) - NBA basketball players
    • Sandra Day O'Connor - Supreme Court Justice
    • Sally Ride - Astronaut
    • Joel Stein - Humorist/columnist for the LA Times
    • Sigourney Weaver - Actress
    • Candice Wiggins - WNBA basketball player
    • Tiger Woods - Professional golfer
    • Chih-Yuan "Jerry" Yang and David Filo - Founders of Yahoo!
  • 你知道吗
    The Stanford Alumni Web site offers contact information to all alums. If you send them an email, alums are happy to meet with you and speak to you about your career goals and their career advice.
多样性
事实 & 统计
  • 非洲裔美国人
    6%
  • 亚洲人
    18%
  • 西班牙人
    15%
  • 国际的
    13%
  • 本土美国人
    1%
  • 白人
    36%
  • 未知
    2%
  • 历史上是否是黑人大学
    No
  • 民族学院
    No
  • 州外学生
    62%
  • 一般住处
    • Foreign countries
    • Illinois
    • New York
    • Texas
    • Washington
  • 学生年龄细分
    Under 18: 0%
    18-19: 19%
    20-21: 21%
    22-24: 22%
    25+: 37%
  • 女教员
    34%
  • 男教员
    66%
  • 教员多样性
    African American: 2%
    Asian American: 16%
    Hispanic: 3%
    International: 0%
    Native American: 0%
    White: 63%
    Unknown: 16%
  • 同志骄傲大游行
    The campus and surrounding communities are highly accepting of gay students. There are support groups on campus, such as QSA (Queer Straight Alliance), and the gay community is relatively visible within Stanford. There are gay parties, and one co-op unofficially serves as a center for gay students who want to live together.
  • 政治活动
    Most students identify as left/liberal or apathetic. There are relatively few protests, though a few professors and students will put together occasional rallies for or against various political issues. Despite the overwhelming liberal tendencies, there is actually an active pocket of budding young Republicans who get moral support from the Hoover Institution-a conservative academic group on campus.
  • 经济地位
    Stanford certainly makes an effort to diversify, not only in racial and ethnic terms, but also in regards to economic status. There are some very poor students here, but also some extremely rich ones. Your average Stanford student is upper-middle class, but you will find a range of financial levels. Your roommate could be first generation college and your classmate could be royalty.
  • 最寻常的地区
    Christianity (Protestant and Catholic), Judaism, Islam
  • 校园内的少数俱乐部
    Most minorities at Stanford have some form of a community center and many associated clubs. There are ethnic political groups and organizations (MEChA, NAACP), and there are also many ethnic Greek, business, and religious organizations.
学生投票

学生在以下领域的多样性是怎样的? 基于 66 个问卷回复

非常同质化
差异性很大
  • 经济地位
  • 道德声望
  • 国际学生
  • 政治关系
  • 宗教背景
  • 性取向

How would you best describe your personal political beliefs? 基于 53 个问卷回复

  • 15% 激进的/自由的
  • 28% 自由的
  • 34% 中度的
  • 9% 保守的
  • 0% 非常保守
  • 6% 自由人
  • 8% 不是很确定

How would you best describe the political beliefs of campus as a whole? 基于 66 个问卷回复

  • 21% 激进的/自由的
  • 50% 自由的
  • 20% 中度的
  • 2% 保守的
  • 0% 非常保守
  • 0% 自由人
  • 8% 不是很确定

你加入了哪一个政党 基于 25 个问卷回复

  • 16% 共和党
  • 60% 民主党
  • 16% 无党派
  • 0% 其他没有提及的党派
  • 8% 我不关心政治

校园对于同性恋、双性人的接纳度 基于 26 个问卷回复

  • 62% 接纳度很高。这些学生被视作是正常学生。
  • 38% 接纳,他们被公平对待,但是仍然有一些人不认可。
  • 0% 有一些接受,但是这些学生可能是群体外部的,并且是害怕被孤立的。
  • 0% 不接受的,他们经常保持沉默。

学校整体对于少数群体的接纳程度? 基于 53 个问卷回复

  • 83% 非常接受的。
  • 15% 大多数学生是很接纳的,只有少数案例是不接受的
  • 2% 校园接纳度是分散的,不是所有的少数群体都是可以被接纳的
  • 0% 作为少数群体在这里是非常痛苦的
毒品安全
事实 & 统计
  • 与酒精相关的案件
    0
  • 与酒精相关的逮捕
    0
  • 毒品相关的提供
    0
  • 毒品有关大逮捕
    0
  • 最受欢迎的毒品
    • Alcohol
    • Marijuana
  • 毒品咨询项目
    Stanford Faculty and Staff Help Center (FSHC)
    Mariposa House, second floor, 585 Capistrano Way
    Stanford
    (650) 723-4577
    Students can get help for substance abuse and codependency, as well as other drug-related and non-drug-related issues.
学生投票

说出校园里最受欢迎的毒品 基于 58 个问卷回复

  • 41% 酒精
  • 35% 大麻
  • 10% 处方研究药物
  • 5% 没有
  • 2% 可卡因
  • 2% 迷幻剂
  • 2% 迷幻药
  • 1% 海洛因
  • 1% 处方止疼药(安定剂)
  • 1% 类固醇
  • 0% 甲基苯丙胺
  • 0% 其他处方药

你将如何描述校园里的毒品使用状况 基于 58 个问卷回复

  • 5% 毒品没有在校园里使用,是真的
  • 36% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 50% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 7% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 2% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

你将如何描述学校里的群体性醉酒现象? 基于 58 个问卷回复

  • 0% 学生几乎不在校园里喝酒
  • 2% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 24% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 53% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 21% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

低龄儿童如何接触到酒精 基于 58 个问卷回复

  • 5% 不限制
  • 2% 有点限制
  • 47% 不太限制
  • 47% 开放的

个人的压力如何影响学生摄入酒精和毒品? 基于 58 个问卷回复

  • 40% 你可以有足够的社会生活可以免除毒品和酒精
  • 55% 很多人以某种形式参加,如果你不参加会被区别对待
  • 3% 如果你不喝酒会觉得有点尴尬
  • 2% 如果不参与就会被排挤
希腊生活
事实 & 统计
  • 兄弟会的人数
    16
  • 姐妹会的人数
    12
  • 兄弟会
    • Alpha Epsilon Pi
    • Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Delta Kappa Epsilon
    • Delta Tau Delta
    • Gamma Zeta Alpha
    • Kappa Alpha
    • Kappa Sigma
    • Lambda Phi Epsilon
    • Omega Psi Phi
    • Phi Beta Sigma
    • Phi Kappa Psi
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    • Sigma Chi
    • Sigma Nu
    • Sigma Phi Epsilon
    • Theta Delta Chi
  • 姐妹会
    • Alpha Epsilon Phi
    • Alpha Kappa Alpha
    • Alpha Kappa Delta Phi  
    • Chi Omega
    • Delta Delta Delta
    • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Kappa Alpha Theta
    • Kappa Kappa Gamma
    • Lambda Theta Nu
    • Pi Beta Phi
    • Sigma Psi Zeta
    • Sigma Theta Psi
  • Multicultural Colonies
    • Alpha Kappa Alpha
    • Alpha Kappa Delta Phi
    • Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Gamma Zeta Alpha
    • Lambda Phi Epsilon
    • Lambda Theta Nu
    • Omega Psi Phi
    • Phi Beta Sigma
    • Sigma Psi Zeta
    • Sigma Theta Psi
  • 其他希腊组织
    • African American Fraternal and Sororal Association (AAFSA)
    • Greek Council
    • Interfraternity Council (IFC)
    • Intersorority Council (ISC)
    • Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
学生投票

在校园场景里希腊生活的角色 基于 76 个问卷回复

  • 12% 兄弟会很大,你不必加入社团去享受,但是你可能会考虑加入
  • 70% 希腊生活是平均的,如果你不加入没有人会区别对待你。
  • 0% 希腊生活很大,如果你不是希腊人,你就什么都不是
  • 14% 在社会生活中希腊生活是不重要且没有什么影响的
  • 4% 我们没有希腊生活

非组织人对于组织人的总体态度 基于 76 个问卷回复

  • 9% 很多不是会的人认为希腊会员做了很多对社团有益的事情
  • 70% 大多说非会员对于会员很冷漠。
  • 17% 非会员认为希腊人只对她们加入的党派有好处。
  • 4% 非会员认为他们是势力而且排外的。

进入兄弟会或者姐妹会的难度 基于 74 个问卷回复

  • 9% 很容易
  • 49% 有些容易
  • 41% 有些困难
  • 1% 很困难
姑娘们 & 小伙儿
事实 & 统计
  • 女生
    48%
  • 男生
    52%
  • 计划生育
    Yes
    Birth control pills are subsidized by Vaden, the student health center. The SHPRC (Sexual Health Peer Resource Center) sells a wide array of contraceptives and offers students the chance to speak with a peer counselor to discuss options.
  • 与学生碰面最好的地方
    1. Parties
    2. Extracurricular activities
    3. Sports/intramurals
    4. Classes
  • Best Places to Hook Up
    1. Parties on the Row
    2. Frat and sorority parties
    3. Building roofs
  • 社会科学
    The social scene has as much variety as the range of people on campus. Academic students who spend a lot of time studying don't make much of an effort to date. Many students bemoan the lack of dating at Stanford and simultaneously spend the majority of their time in the library studying. The social students often join fraternities or sororities because they want a steady supply of parties and other gatherings. But even outside of Greek life, the Stanford residential system is quite conducive to meeting people because there are always group activities that get people out of their rooms. What people choose to make of these opportunities is really just a matter of personal priority.
  • 同盟或者恋爱关系
    Stanford tends to have a good deal of hookups, but probably no more than at other colleges or universities. Hookups are more common than casual dating, for the most part, because of students' busy schedules and workloads. Most people at Stanford either hook up or, as students call it, "get married." Hooking up implies having some physical attraction and action with a person for a short period of time-nothing serious. "Getting married" implies that two people are in a very serious relationship and can't do anything without the other person. Unfortunately, these relationships sometimes end in seclusion because both people begin to ignore their other platonic friendships and lean on their significant other for everything.
  • 着装礼仪
    The dress standard is very casual. For most of the year, students wear flip-flops and T-shirts. Students wake up and go right to class, wearing whatever. If you hang out with the co-op crowd, people might not even bother to wear shoes at all. However, Stanford students can look nice from time to time. If there's an official dance or formal social event, students will wear nice clothes for a refreshing change.
学生投票

我会说学校里的女生是 基于 51 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

我会说学校里的男生是 基于 52 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

在学校最好的交友方式是? 基于 23 个问卷回复

  • 41% Freshman dorm, extracurriculars
  • 16% Greek life
  • 16% Student groups
  • 12% Co-ops
  • 10% Varsity sports
  • 4% Getting involved in things that matter to you
  • 2% Other dorm communities

你如何排名学校的社会现象? 基于 69 个问卷回复

  • 45% 非常有生气的,每天都有许多流行活动
  • 51% 活跃的,有一些流行活动
  • 3% 安静的,只有一些流行的活动和机会来遇见新的人
  • 1% 缺乏,几乎,没有有趣的或者流行的活动

校园信息

校园管理
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最有可能因为...被抓住
    • Biking drunk
    • Biking with an unregistered bike
    • Biking without a headlight
    • Breaking the honor code
    • Parking illegally
  • Visitation Policies
    Stanford encourages visitors, and there is no official policy for their length of stay. Invite your family members and friends to come and see your college life. You are granted five guest meals per quarter for the dining halls, too. Make sure you also tell your roommate in advance if someone is coming to visit and staying in your room; you don't want to surprise them with that news.
  • Did You Know?
    Stanford is a very relaxed environment, but you need to remember that the rest of the world is not. Sometimes students leave campus and forget that certain rules (i.e., alcohol rules) apply in the real world. Be careful!
学生投票

行政策略对于以下话题的排名严厉程度 基于 97 个问卷回复

很严格
非常宽容
  • 寝室酒精的使用
  • 出席率
  • 创建新的学生组织
  • 毒品使用
  • 荣誉守则
  • 噪音干扰
  • 停车
  • 游行示威
  • 未达到法定年龄喝酒
  • 寝室探视

校园警察或安保如何影响你的校园经历 基于 119 个问卷回复

  • 38% Very positively. Officers are kind and helpful.
  • 59% 比较好的,如果你尊重他们会很好相处。
  • 2% 有点不好,他们只对破坏感兴趣。
  • 2% 非常不好,他们把每个人都当成罪犯来对待。
体育
事实 & 统计
  • 体育协会
    • NAA
    • NCAA
  • 体育部门
    NCAA Division I-A
  • 体育会议
    Football: Pacific-10 Conference
    Basketball: Pacific-10 Conference
  • 校色
    Cardinal red and white
  • 学校昵称
    Stanford's official mascot is Cardinal-not the bird, but the color. And the color is represented by the highly-touted and nationally renowned "Tree."
  • 参与大学体育的男生
    460 - 13%
  • 参与大学体育的女生
    393 - 12%
  • Students Receiving Athletic Financial Aid
    Football: 101
    Basketball: 25
    Baseball: 31
    Cross Country/Track: 83
    Other Sports: 403
  • Graduation Rates of Athletic Financial Aid Recipients
    Football: 80%
    Basketball: 86%
    Baseball: 100%
    Cross Country/Track: 50%
    Other Sports: 100%
  • 大学男生的体育运动
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Football
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Rowing
    • Sailing
    • Soccer
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
    • Wrestling
  • 大学女生体育运动
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Field hockey
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Lacrosse
    • Other sports
    • Rowing
    • Sailing
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Swimming and diving
    • Synchronized swimming
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
  • 体育俱乐部
    • Archery
    • Badminton
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Competitive cheer
    • Cricket
    • Cycling
    • Equestrian
    • Hurling
    • Ice hockey
    • Judo
    • Lacrosse (men's and women's)
    • Polo
    • Racquetball
    • Rugby (men's and women's)
    • Running
    • Skiing
    • Soccer
    • Squash (men's)
    • Table tennis
    • Taekwondo
    • Tennis
    • Triathlon
    • Ultimate Frisbee (men's and women's)
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
  • 校内
    • Badminton
    • Basketball
    • Billiards
    • Flag football
    • Foosball
    • Golf
    • Racquetball
    • Soccer (indoor and outdoor)
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Table tennis
    • Team tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Volleyball (sand and court)
    • Wallyball
  • 体育场地和工具
    • Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation
    • Arrillaga Family Sports Center
    • Avery Aquatic Center
    • Boyd & Jill Smith Family Stadium
    • Burnham Pavilion & Ford Center
    • Cobb Track at Angell Field
    • Klien Field at Sunken Diamond
    • Laird Q. Cagan Stadium at Maloney Field
    • Maples Pavilion
    • Red Barn
    • Roble Field
    • Siebel Varsity Golf Training Complex
    • Stanford Campus Recreation Association
    • Stanford Golf Course
    • Stanford Rowing & Sailing Center
    • Stanford Stadium
    • Steuber Rugby Stadium & Doyle Family Clubhouse
    • Taube Family Tennis Center
    • Tresidder Fitness Center
    • Varsity Field Hockey Turf
  • 大多数受欢迎的运动
    Men's basketball and football, and women's basketball are the most popular sports, by far. Students seem to really enjoy volleyball games, as well as attending track and field meets.
  • Most Overlooked Teams
    Men's and women's swim teams, women's soccer, women's rugby, men's and women's tennis, women's basketball
  • 学校精神
    Stanford students are walking advertisements. It is common to receive free T-shirts, hats, and other kinds of clothing at events on campus. Stanford students love their school and will tell everyone about it. Most students participate in sports events in some capacity; however, compared to other schools, Stanford students are lacking in sports pride. Football games are never sold out.
  • 获得门票
    Tickets are generally easy to get if you are a student. For the big sports like basketball or football, you'll have to buy season passes, but they are usually very reasonable-around $50. Less popular sports, like volleyball, have very cheap tickets, and some sports, including gymnastics and lacrosse, tend to be free for Stanford students.
  • 散步的最好地点
    Arboretum Road is a nice place to take a walk, and it runs straight through most of Stanford's athletic facilities.
学生投票

体育运动在校园的流行度 基于 92 个问卷回复

  • 2% 几乎所有的事情都围绕体育运动展开
  • 50% 体育运动是大学生活的很大一部分
  • 47% 会参与体育运动,但是并不是校园生活的很大一部分
  • 1% 没有人关注体育运动

校内和俱乐部运动流行吗? 基于 92 个问卷回复

  • 16% 他们和大学生体育运动一样流行
  • 35% 他们没有那么大学生体育那么流行,但是仍然是校园生活的很大一部分。
  • 49% 有一些人参加,但是并不是校园生活的主流。
  • 0% 几乎没有人参加他们

你如何描述体育器材 基于 93 个问卷回复

  • 62% 体育器材是国内最好的
  • 29% 体育是重要的,并且器材的质量是给专业和非专业的都能用的
  • 9% 对于运动员比较好用,对于一般人而言就那样
  • 0% 体育器材是在需求标准之下的
校园饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 平均伙食花费
    $5516 per year
  • 新生伙食预算
    Yes
    Residents of specially designated University residence halls must participate in a meal plan.
  • Student Favorites: Campus Dining Hall
    Ricker Dining
  • Student Favorites: Campus Restaurant/Vendor
    • Ike's Place (Call in your order because the line is always an hour or more.)
    • The Treehouse
  • Student Favorites: Breakfast Food on Campus
    Make-your-own-omelet bar
  • Student Favorites: Lunch/Dinner Entrée on Campus
    • Chicken Caesar wrap
    • Pad Thai
  • Student Favorites: Late-night Snack on Campus
    "Tri-Plate" from Lakeside Dining includes chicken fingers, fries, and cheese sticks for $6.
  • 24小时伙食提供
    None
  • 校园外使用的钱
    None
  • 特殊的选择
    During lunch hours, a truck parks behind the student union. For $5 you can fill a container with as much pan-Asian food as possible. It’s enough food to split with someone.
  • Did You Know?
    • Many places on campus are open late at night to fulfill your study-hunger needs. Most of these places are open until 2 a.m. and have multiple options, such as milkshakes, smoothies, fruit, chicken fingers-you name it, they have it. And if not, they will find a way to make it.
    • Ask for the "Breakfast Sandwich" at The Axe & Palm Café at Old Union. It's not on the menu, but it's heavenly and really cheap.
    • The lunch sugar cookies at Ricker Dining are phenomenal.
    • There are no words for the weekend brunch cinnamon rolls at Lakeside Dining-delicious!
    • Thursday panini days are the best!
    • The best chicken and lamb gyros on campus are at Olives@Bldg.160.
    • Stop by The Café at the Arrillaga Alumni Center and get a homemade ice cream shake. They have many gourmet ice cream flavors like caramel pistachio, cookies and cream, and mint chocolate chip.
    • Stanford, like the entire state of California, is basically smoke-free. You cannot smoke inside any restaurant or even in bars.
Dining Halls & Campus Restaurants
  • Arbuckle Café
    Location: Graduate School of Business
    Food: Global dishes, grab 'n' go items, sandwiches, smoothies, soup and salad bar, sushi
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Arrillaga Family Dining Commons
    Location: Escondido Road and Arguello Way
    Food: Healthy
  • The Axe & Palm Café
    Location: Old Union
    Food: Burgers, fries, salads, sandwiches, shakes
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-2 a.m., Saturday 12 p.m.-2 a.m., Sunday 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
  • Beckman Bistro
    Location: Beckman Center, basement
    Food: Breakfast, burrito bar, chili, hot dogs, sandwiches, snacks
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Branner Dining
    Location: Branner Hall
    Food: All-you-can-eat, bistro, dessert, grill, pasta, salad bar, soup, vegan and vegetarian options
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Bytes Café
    Location: Packard Electrical Engineering Building
    Food: Breakfast, burgers, pizza, salads, sandwiches, soup
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • The Café at LKSC
    Location: Li Ka Shing Center, School of Medicine
    Food: Breakfast pastries, hot lunches, salads, sandwiches, soups, Starbucks coffee
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • The Café California Bistro & Wine Bar
    Location: Arrillaga Alumni Center
    Food: Bistro, grill, sandwiches, soup, sushi, wine bar
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • CoHo
    Location: Tresidder Union
    Food: Coffee, paninis, pastries, tea, and full menu
    Hours: Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-12 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-12 a.m.
  • Cool Café
    Location: Cantor Arts Center
    Food: Salads, sandwiches, soups, sweets; also serves alcoholic beverages
    Hours: Wednesday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday-Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Coupa Café @ Green Library
    Location: 571 Escondido Mall
    Food: Breakfast foods, coffee and hot chocolate, crepes, paninis, quesadillas, salads, soups, wraps
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Coupa Café @ Y2E2
    Location: 473 Via Ortega
    Food: Breakfast foods, coffee and hot chocolate, crepes, paninis, quesadillas, salads, soups, wraps
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
  • Cubberley Café
    Location: Cubberley Education Building
    Food: Salads, sandwiches, other hot lunch items
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • The Dish at Stern Dining
    Location: Stern Hall
    Food: Deli, paninis, pizza, salads, sandwiches, snacks
    Hours: Daily 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
  • Express Lunch
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Grab 'n' go items, Peet's coffee and tea, salads, sandwiches, soups
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Florence Moore Dining
    Location: Florence Moore Hall
    Food: American, breakfast, Doner kebobs, Italian, salad bar, vegan, vegetarian
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-10 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • Fraiche Yogurt
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Fresh and frozen European-style yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 12 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
  • Ike's Place
    Location: Huang Building
    Food: Sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Jamba Juice
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Smoothies, snacks
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Jimmy V's Sports Café
    Location: Arrillaga Family Sports Center
    Food: Breakfast and lunch
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Lakeside Dining
    Location: Lagunita Hall
    Food: Breakfast, entrées, grill, late-night snacks, pasta, pizza
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Latenite at Lakeside
    Location: Lagunita Court
    Food: Asian, hamburgers, milkshakes, pizza, quesadillas, salads
    Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
  • The Law School Café
    Location: Crown Quadrangle
    Food: Breakfast pastries, coffee, salads, sandwiches, snacks, soups
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Manzanita Dining
    Location: Manzanita Dining Commons
    Food: Barbeque, entrées, grill, pizza, salads, vegan, vegetarian
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • The Market at Munger
    Location: Munger Graduate Residence, Building 5
    Food: Baked goods, coffee, gelato bar, grab 'n' go items, groceries, produce
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Nexus
    Location: James H. Clark Center, South Wing
    Food: Breakfast, entrées, salads, sandwiches, snacks
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Olives@Bldg. 160
    Location: Wallenberg Hall
    Food: California, Indian, Mediterranean, and Thai cuisines
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Peet's Coffee & Tea
    Location: Clark Center
    Food: Coffee and tea
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Ray's Grill
    Location: Graduate Community Center
    Food: Appetizers, burgers, entrées, salads, sandwiches
    Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday 8 a.m.-12 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • Ricker Dining
    Location: Ricker Hall
    Food: Grill, peanut-sensitive options, salads, soups, vegan, vegetarian
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Russo Café
    Location: Munger Graduate Residence, Building 4
    Food: Deli, organic, pizza, salads, soups, Starbucks coffee
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Stanford Bookstore Café
    Location: Stanford Bookstore, Upper Level
    Food: Baked goods, coffee, smoothies
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Stanford Farm Stand
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Fresh produce
    Hours: Friday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Stern Dining
    Location: Stern Hall
    Food: Breakfast, grill, Latin American, pizza, salad bar, salsa bar
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-10 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Subway
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Breakfast, salads, sandwiches, soups
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Thai Café
    Location: Jordan Hall
    Food: Thai
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
  • The Treehouse
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Burgers, pizza, Tex-Mex, vegetarian
    Hours: Daily 10 a.m.-12 a.m.
  • Union Square
    Location: Tresidder Memorial Union
    Food: Asian, barbecue, grill, pizza, salads, sandwiches, sushi
    Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • Wilbur Dining
    Location: Wilbur Hall
    Food: Asian, breakfast, pasta, pizza, vegan, vegetarian
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 5:15 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Yost, Murray, and EAST
    Location: Yost, Murray, and EAST halls
    Food: Deli, entrees, salad bar, vegan and vegetarian options
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Sunday 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m., 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校园建筑打分 基于 92 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 便捷的时间
  • 少数的选择
  • 健康/有机的选择
  • 半夜的选择
  • 质量
  • 价值
  • 选择的多样性
  • 素食主义者的选择

校园里最棒的食物选择是什么 基于 44 个问卷回复

  • 21% Axe & Palm, Subway, Jamba Juice, Treehouse, CoHo
  • 15% FloMo Dining
  • 12% Coupa
  • 10% Ricker Dining
  • 8% Stern
  • 8% Wilbur Dining
  • 6% Olives Cafe
  • 4% Arrillaga dining
  • 4% Manzinita Dining
  • 4% Axe&Palm
  • 3% Heirlooms!!
  • 1% Thai Cafe
  • 1% Basils
  • 1% Middle Earth
  • 1% Roble Late Nite
  • 1% Late Night at Lagunita
  • 1% Lag Late Night
校园住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 校园住宿是否可得
    Yes
  • 校园住宿容纳能力
    10,980
  • 平均住宿费用
    $7,650
  • Types of Housing Offered
    • Apartments for married students
    • Apartments for single students
    • Coed dorms
    • Cooperative housing
    • Fraternity/sorority housing
    • Special housing for disabled students
    • Women's dorms
  • 新生被要求住在学校里
    Yes
  • 住在校园里的学生
    91%
  • Freshmen Living On Campus
    100%
  • 宿舍的数量
    12
  • Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
    2
  • Best Freshman Dorms
    Stern Hall
  • Best Upperclassman Dorms
    Anywhere on the Row
  • Worst Freshman Dorms
    Sterling Quad - FroSoCo (Adams and Schiff)
  • Worst Upperclassman Dorms
    Wilbur Hall
  • 你可以得到什么
    • Bed
    • Bookshelf
    • Closet or wardrobe
    • Desk and chair
    • Dresser
    • Ethernet connection
    • Window coverings
  • Also Available
    Students can also opt to live in "The Row" or small group houses with themes and programs. The types of houses include self-operated houses, cooperative houses, and Greek houses. There are also theme and focus houses, including language/culture/academic houses and ethnic/cross-cultural houses.
  • 可以租住的
    Fridge, microwave, water dispenser
  • 你知道吗
    Stanford, like the entire state of California, is basically smoke-free. You cannot smoke inside any restaurant, or even in bars.
Dormitories
  • Branner Hall
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 100-249
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Courtyard, common area, computer cluster, conference room, dining room, in-room sinks, library, on-site dining, seminar room, student lounge; public service theme house
  • Crothers Hall
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Computer clusters, game room, gender-neutral restrooms, indoor and outdoor common areas, lawn with barbecue, laundry facilities, music room, on-site dining, outdoor bocce ball court, seminar room, student lounges, TV room; global citizenship theme house
  • Florence Moore Hall (Alondra, Cardenal, Faisan, Gavilan, Loro, Mirlo, and Paloma houses)
    Floors: 3 in each of seven buildings
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, and triples
    Special Features: On-site dining, student lounges and common areas; houses named after Spanish words for birds
  • Governor's Corner Houses (EAST, Murray, and Yost)
    Floors: 3 in each of three buildings
    Number of Occupants: 100-249
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Balconies, community kitchens, computer clusters, decks, dining rooms, laundry facilities, lobby, outdoor barbecue grill, student lounges; home to Education and Society, Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, and Spanish Language theme houses
  • Governor's Corner Suites (Anderson, Griffin, Jenkins, and Marx houses)
    Floors: 2 in each of four buildings
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Four-, six-, and eight-bedroom suites (singles)
    Special Features: Community kitchenette, laundry facilities, living room in each unit; residents required to join one of four Dining Societies.
  • Lagunita Court (Adelfa, Eucalipto, Granada, Naranja, and Ujamaa)
    Floors: 2-3
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, and triples
    Special Features: Central courtyard, community kitchenettes, computer clusters, student lounges and common areas; grassy field across the street, nearby dining at Lakeside, outdoor trail around Lake Lagunita
  • Manzanita Park (Castaño, Kimball, and Lantana halls)
    Floors: 3 in each of three buildings
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, quads
    Special Features: Balconies (Kimball), computer clusters, elevator (Kimball), Handicap accessible, on-site dining, outdoor gathering spaces, student lounges, study rooms; Kimball is the performing arts-themed dorm; there is also a recording studio in the dorm for residents to use.
  • Roble Hall
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, quads
    Special Features: Computer cluster, game lounge, laundry facilities, library, music room, seminar room, student lounge, study lounge, theatre; adjacent to Lakeside Dining
  • Sterling Quad (Adams and Schiff halls, Potter and Robinson houses)
    Floors: 3-4 in each of four buildings
    Number of Occupants: 250-499
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Common areas, community kitchenettes, computer rooms, laundry facilities, outdoor recreation areas, study rooms; Freshman/Sophomore College (FroSoCo), East-Asian Studies, Spanish Language/Academic, and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CSRE) theme programs
  • Stern Hall (Burbank, Casa Zapata, Donner, Larkin, Serra, and Twain houses)
    Floors: 2
    Number of Occupants: 500-749
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, some upperclassmen (Casa Zapata only)
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, triples
    Special Features: Common areas, dining rooms, student lounges; adjacent to Stern Dining, home to Chicano/Latino theme house
  • Toyon Hall
    Floors: 2
    Number of Occupants: 100-249
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Computer cluster, courtyard, library, lobby, seminar room, student lounges; adjacent to new Arrillaga Family Dining Commons
  • Wilbur Hall (Arroyo, Cedro, Junipero, Okada, Otero, Rinconada, Soto, and Trancos houses)
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 500-749
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, some upperclassmen (Okada house only)
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, triples
    Special Features: breezeways connecting houses, common areas, computer clusters, dining rooms, student lounges; adjacent to Wilbur dining, home to Asian American cross-cultural theme house (Okada)
  • Mirrielees House
    Floors: 4
    Number of Units: 100-249
    Bathrooms: Private
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Two- and three-bedroom apartments (singles)
    Special Features: Units include full kitchen and living room; building features balconies, common areas, computer clusters, laundry facilities, outdoor patio and barbecue area, student lounges
  • Oak Creek Apartments
    Floors: 2
    Number of Units: 50-99
    Bathrooms: Private
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Two-bedroom apartments (singles)
    Special Features: Units include air conditioning, balcony, carpet, furnished living areas; complex features biking and hiking trails, billiards room, clubhouse, movie theater, parking garage, sauna, swimming pool, tennis courts, weight room
学生投票

按下列主题给校园住宿打分 基于 111 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 总体建筑质量
  • 便利设施舒适度
  • 清洁度
  • 彩票系统
  • 是否临近教室
  • 居民社区
  • 社会氛围
  • 宽敞度
  • 规则执行的力度
  • 价值
校园质量
事实 & 统计
  • 服务性员工
    514
  • 校园规模
    8,180 acres
  • 学生中心
    • Old Union
    • Tresidder Memorial Union
  • 校园图书馆
    Yes
  • 主要图书馆
    • Green Library
    • Meyer Library
  • 凉快的地方
    • The CoHo
    • Community centers
    • Dorm lounges
    • The Oval
    • The Treehouse
    • Tresidder Memorial Union
  • 校园里的酒吧
    • The CoHo is Stanford's very own coffeehouse that serves wine and beer.
    • The Treehouse, an American/Mexican eatery on campus, serves beer.
  • 校内保龄球
    There is no bowling on campus; however, there are plenty of bowling facilities in the area of Palo Alto that students use on a regular basis.
  • 校内咖啡馆
    • Coupa Café
    • Peet's Coffee & Tea
    • The CoHo
  • 校内电影院
    None
  • "Green" Initiatives
    Every year, a group of students organize FutureFest, a festival dedicated to green initiatives with local food vendors and popular local artists. There are many student groups on campus that work on environmental projects and work hard to provide Stanford students with the resources to live a more environmentally-conscious lifestyle.

  • 学校俚语
    • "Dropping the S-Bomb": Saying the word "Stanford" in order to get jobs or internships
    • A3C: Asian and Asian American Center is a center that encourages Asian culture on campus; it's also known for its gorgeous "ballroom" that students use for dance parties and events.
    • The Black House: The Black Community Service Center-a cultural center that celebrates Black accomplishments throughout campus. It also hosts multiple events throughout the year. Students of every color are encouraged to stop by The House to hang out, study, watch television, and get free printing!
    • Centro: El Centro Chicano is the Hispanic Community Center on campus that hosts Latin and Latin American cultural events. Centro is known for its Sunday study nights where there are writing tutors, study groups, and food for students.
    • Chappie: The Stanford Chaparral, Stanford's nationally-recognized, award-winning humor magazine
    • CS: Computer Science
    • CSRE: Not to be confused with CS, CSRE stands for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.
    • Daily Dawg: Someone who works on the Daily, Stanford's weekly newspaper
    • Dormcest: Hooking up with someone in your own dorm
    • The Draw: The lottery process that assigns you to housing after freshman year
    • FLiCKS: Several Sundays throughout the year, this group organizes showings of films currently in theaters.
    • FloMo: Florence Moore Hall
    • FroSoCo: Freshman/Sophomore College-a dorm on campus that's only for freshmen and sophomores
    • HoHo: A current student who helps with newly-admitted students during Admit Weekend
    • HumBio: Human Biology
    • IHUM: Introduction to the Humanities-a required sequence for freshmen
    • JRo: Junipero, a freshman dorm on campus
    • LSJUMB: Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band-truly a band like no other and known for the unconventional school spirit
    • MemAud: Memorial Auditorium-the main auditorium on campus that hosts many New Student Orientation events, concerts, and graduation events.
    • MemChu: Memorial Church-MemChu has church services every Sunday for Stanford students; it is also a popular wedding location in the Palo Alto area. It is very common to pass by wedding parties on the weekends. Be careful not to bike through a wedding picture.
    • The Oval: The grassy strip in front of the quad. On sunny days, it is common to see students studying, playing volleyball, or just hanging out on the lawn.
    • ProFro: Prospective Freshmen, in particular the ones who visit during Admit Weekend in April
    • Progressive: A dorm party where each room hosts a different mixed drink. Usually, these parties have fun themes such as cartoons, '90s music, and animals.
    • PWR (Power): Program in Writing and Rhetoric-also required for freshmen and sophomores
    • The quad: The red stone plaza where most classes are held
    • SLE: Structured Liberal Education-an all-year residential/academic option for freshmen
    • Su.market: An online newsgroup for buying and selling just about anything
    • TresEx: Tresidder Express, an overpriced convenience store on campus that carries snacks, food, chips, ice cream, etc.
  • 传统
    • Band Run: On the night of your first day at Stanford, the band comes to every freshman dorm and gathers all of the new freshmen at the football stadium.
    • Big Game: During fall quarter, toward the end of the football season, Stanford and Berkeley play each other in the annual Big Game. Each year, the venue alternates between the two campuses. The week leading up to the event is filled with rallies and pranks. The winner of Big Game gets to keep the highly coveted Axe for the following year. At one point, Stanford held the Axe for seven seasons in a row, but finally had to give it up after a particularly pathetic loss to Cal.
    • Exotic Erotic: The most infamous party of the year
    • Fountain Hopping: Put on some old clothes and/or your swimsuit and hop from fountain to fountain around campus. Especially fun at night with a big group of friends.
    • Full Moon on the Quad: On the night of the first full moon in fall quarter, tradition has it that freshman females and senior males come out onto the quad and kiss at midnight. Over the years, the tradition has degenerated into all freshmen and seniors making out, often under the influence of alcohol. Residents from the co-ops usually come and streak the event. Sophomores, juniors, and even grad-students may show up, too. The administration is trying to do away with this tradition.
    • Mausoleum Party: This is the annual Halloween party that is located in front of the tomb of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford. With multiple DJs, lights in the trees, and a dance floor, this Halloween party is a party to remember.
    • Su.market: Su.market is a newsgroup that anyone on campus can access using a standard newsreader. Students, faculty, and staff post items for sale or items they want to buy. It includes everything from concert tickets to cars. Check it out for some great deals.
    • Wacky Walk: A favorite Stanford tradition, Wacky Walk is the procession of the seniors at graduation. Every senior is encouraged to dress up in wacky costumes such as crayons, celebrities, athletes, etc.
  • 校园传说
    • Computer science professor Eric Roberts was responsible for failing Bill Gates out of Harvard.
    • Stanford was started by Leland and Jane Stanford after they attempted to donate money to Harvard but were treated rudely because of their dirty clothes.
    • The Old Chemistry Building (OldChem) is haunted.
    • There are underground steam tunnels that you can explore.
    • Thousands of dead horses are buried under the quad from when Stanford was a stock farm.
  • 最喜欢做的事情
    You can work out, go swimming, grab a DVD from the library, get a sandwich or some Mexican food at Tresidder, or just lie around in the sun. FLiCKS (student movie service) is also a popular diversion on a Sunday evening when you should be doing your homework. A couple thousand people cram into Memorial Auditorium and have a rowdy paper fight before the show. If that's not your scene, you can check out just about any DVD that exists from Green Library for free. Watch it in your dorm, or on one of the many publicly available projection screens on campus.
  • 学生组织网站
  • Student Newspaper
    The Stanford Daily
    daily.stanford.edu
  • 校内组织
    All of the organizations are active, but there are some more popular ones than others. Talisman is an internationally-known a capella group that travels to South Africa every year. The women's rugby club team is nationally ranked year after year, as well. Stanford Concert Network (SCN) helps with the planning of major concerts on campus, and the AXE Committee helps with student spirit at all major sports events.
  • 提供的学生活动
    • Campus ministries
    • Choral groups
    • Concert band
    • Dance
    • Dance/theater
    • International student organizations
    • Jazz band
    • Literary magazine
    • Marching band
    • Model United National
    • Music ensembles
    • Musical theater
    • Opera
    • Pep band
    • Radio station
    • Student government
    • Student-run film society
    • Symphony orchestra
    • Television station
    • Yearbook
  • 后备军官训练队
    Air Force ROTC: No
    Navy ROTC: No
    Army ROTC: Yes
  • 你知道吗
    • Stanford has more than 800 student organizations on campus, offering many different interests including politics, culture/ethnicity, performing arts, community service, visual arts, and fashion.
    • Stanford is home to one of the most beautiful churches in California, and each year, there are hundreds of wedding ceremonies. This does not include the number of people who come to campus just to take engagement, wedding, prom, and quinceañera pictures. So as you bike to your next class, watch out! It's possible that you might be the surprise in the next photo shoot.
    • There are more than 20 libraries on campus. While Green Library and Meyer Library are the main libraries, it is very common for students to study in smaller libraries. The art and law libraries are very popular during finals week because of their convenient locations and atmospheres.
    • Each group on campus receives funding every year from the University. You can use this funding for food for group meetings, events, T-shirts-it's all up to you. If you need more money, you can request funding, find sponsorships, and/or ask other organizations to help out with your financials.
    • If you and your friends cannot find what you are looking for, start a group! There are processes put in place for this purpose. Just inquire, and it will get done.
    • Stanford has an office with a professional staff to help with all student organization inquiries, from money to signing contracts for honorarium to internal group issues. The Student Activities and Leadership Office (SAL) is here to serve your organization's needs!
学生投票

在以下领域给校园设施打分 基于 73 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 娱乐
  • 教室
  • 计算机房
  • 食堂
  • 学校总体建筑
  • 绿色建筑
  • 住宅
  • 绿化地带
  • 图书馆
  • 建筑的现代性
  • 表演艺术
  • 科学实验室
  • 学生中心
  • 学生景点
  • 视觉艺术

你最喜欢的校园活动和传统是什么 基于 18 个问卷回复

  • 21% Big Game
  • 19% Fountain Hopping
  • 16% Band Run
  • 11% Full Moon on the Quad
  • 7% Wacky Walk
  • 7% Nomad
  • 4% Exotic Erotic
  • 4% Steam Tunneling
  • 2% Mausoleum Party
  • 2% Linner
  • 2% Stealing golf carts
  • 2% Southern Fried
  • 2% Roofing
  • 2% Skinny dipping in Lake Lag after rain
  • 2% Football game traditions (jingling keys, jump)
  • 0% Su.market

你最喜欢在学校做的事情是什么 基于 18 个问卷回复

  • 18% Football games
  • 16% Lie in the sun and do homework/talk with friends
  • 14% Parties on the Row
  • 12% Hike the dish
  • 12% Catch up with friends at Coupa
  • 7% Go for a run
  • 5% Various events on campus (academic or otherwise)
  • 4% Frisbee on Wilbur Field with friends
  • 4% Long bike rides
  • 4% See a show at Bing
  • 2% Student musicians at co-op parties
  • 2% Writing outside while people-watching

对于身体残疾的学生学校是否友好? 基于 21 个问卷回复

  • 33% 非常友好,学校会竭尽所能来满足他们的所有需求。
  • 52% 很友好,他们的大部分需求都能够满足
  • 14% 挺友好的,学校采取了一些措施但是并不足够。
  • 0% 不友好,残疾学生被忽视了。

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community? 基于 63 个问卷回复

  • 63% 我很热爱我的学校并且为他骄傲。
  • 37% 我喜欢学校里的几乎每一样东西,但是我仍然希望这里有所变化。
  • 0% 学校很好,我们只是在这里接受教育而已。
  • 0% 我讨厌我的学校并且没有学校精神。
安全 & 健康
事实 & 统计
  • 校园犯罪
    • Aggravated Assault: 0
    • Arson: 0
    • Burglary: 0
    • Murder/Manslaughter: 0
    • Robbery: 0
    • Sex Offenses: 0
    • Vehicle Theft: 0
  • 保卫处
    Department of Public Safety
    711 Serra St.
    (650) 723-9633
    www.stanford.edu/group/SUDPS
  • 安全服务
    • 5-SURE Escort Service
    • Bike safety programs
    • Citizen complaint procedure
    • Emergency phones
    • Live scan services at Stanford
    • Lost and Found
    • Ride-along program
    • Security presentations
    • Stanford Community Emergency Response Team (SCERT)
    • University emergency notification system (AlertSU)
  • 健康中心
    Vaden Health Center
    866 Campus Dr.
    (650) 498-2336
    vaden.stanford.edu
    Monday-Thursday 8:15 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Friday 8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • 健康服务
    • Allergy, immunization and injection clinic
    • Basic medical services
    • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
    • Dental care
    • Emergency contraception
    • Laboratory
    • Pharmacy
    • Physical examinations
    • Physical therapy
    • Referrals
    • Routine appointments
    • STI screening
    • Travel clinic
    • Wellness and Health Promotion Services (HPS)
    • Women's health
    • YWCA Sexual Assault Center
  • 托育服务
    Yes
  • Did You Know?
    If you ever feel unsafe or uncomfortable, you can call 911 from one of the multiple public phones around campus. These phones, in bright blue containers, can connect you to Stanford Police and the Stanford Hospital. You just give them the number on the phone, and someone will be there to help you within five minutes.
学生投票

你对下面归于校园内性侵的说法是否同意? 基于 27 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 酒精在校园内性侵扮演了重要角色。
  • 校园行政人员给性侵提供了好的环境。
  • 校园行政人员努力工作来防止性侵。
  • 朋友、同学或者自己曾经是校园或者校园附近受到过性侵。
  • 我们学校有解决性骚扰的快捷途径。
  • 校园性侵是一个很严重的问题。
  • 学生严肃看待校园性侵。

关于安全你关心什么? 基于 57 个问卷回复

  • 26% 没有
  • 20% 抢劫或者偷窃
  • 15% 学校里没有学生
  • 7% 醉酒
  • 6% 性侵
  • 5% 黑暗的小路
  • 5% 独自一人走路
  • 4% 毒品
  • 3% 寝室安全
  • 3% 校园附近的犯罪
  • 2% 没有急救电话
  • 2% 没有强大的安保
  • 2% 学生间的暴力
  • 1% 没有安全护送服务
  • 1% 团伙暴力

校园内的警察是否可见 基于 57 个问卷回复

  • 5% 经常看到并且愿意帮助学生。
  • 68% 在需要帮助的时候出现。
  • 12% 只是负责监管停车或者分发停车券
  • 12% 不是经常见到
  • 2% 我们有校园警察吗

你在学校里感到安全吗? 基于 64 个问卷回复

  • 64% 校园里非常安全
  • 33% 总体上是安全且舒适的,独自行走的时候
  • 3% 一群人在一起更安全
  • 0% 相对不是很安全。
停车场
事实 & 统计
  • 学生经常停车
    Yes
    Parking is available for students, but sometimes it gets difficult. Every place on campus has a certain type of permit. Usually, students buy a permit that fits the parking lot next to their dorm. After 6 p.m., almost all of the parking on campus is free and requires no permit.
  • 新生是可以停车的?
    No
    Freshman are not allowed to have cars.
  • 大致的停车费用
    • $242.50 per academic year for resident students
    • $622.50 per academic year for commuter students
  • 普通的停车券
    • Permit violation: $45
    • Illegally parking in a disabled space: $348
  • 获得停车许可
    Parking permits are available to all undergrads except freshmen. Residents can purchase permits for the lot closest to their residence hall; commuters cannot get residence hall permits, but they have a lot more options in other campus lots.
  • 停车服务
    Parking and Transporation Services
    340 Bonair Siding
    (650) 723-9362
    transportation@stanford.edu
    transportation.stanford.edu
  • Did You Know?
    While many students have cars on campus, Stanford is mostly a biking campus. Sometimes it is more convenient to bike around campus than to drive. Parking is always crowded, and it is hard to find parking spaces.
学生投票

按照下列话题给校园停车打分 基于 88 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 距离班级的距离
  • 到宿舍的距离
  • 找到停车点的容易程度
  • 强制停车
  • 许可证费用

离开学校停车的便利程度 基于 95 个问卷回复

  • 13% 免费的,并且经常有很多停车点。
  • 24% 免费的,但是很快就停满。
  • 7% 费用合理,并且经常有很多停车点
  • 41% 费用合理,但是很快就停满
  • 11% 价格合理,很容易找到停车点。
  • 4% 价格离谱,并且没有开放的停车点。
Technology
事实 & 统计
  • 无线连接
    Yes
    Available campus-wide
  • 24小时的实验室
    Yes
    Meyer Library and Tresidder Lair
  • 打印是否需要付费?
    Yes
    10 cents per page
  • 特殊的软件和硬件折扣
    Adobe CS, Final Cut, iLife, Microsoft Office, FileMaker, Snow Leopard, Quickbook Pro
  • 你知道吗
    SUN Microsystems, which was started by Stanford graduate students, originally stood for Stanford University Network.
学生投票

根据以下主题来给电脑打分 基于 104 个问卷回复

很弱
非常棒
  • 电脑实验室的可得性
  • 校园技术支持
  • 免费/打折的软件
  • 计算机实验室的数量
  • 打印的价格限制
  • 网络的可靠性
  • 网络速度
  • 教室和实验室的技术
  • 无线的可得性

带自己的电脑是否有必要? 基于 90 个问卷回复

  • 7% 不要浪费钱,校园里有足够的可以使用的电脑
  • 32% 对于学校里的功课是没有必要的,但是对于社交和娱乐很重要。
  • 61% 非常重要,尤其是在学期中实验室特别拥挤的时候。
  • 0% 学校给每个学生都提供了电脑
周边交通
事实 & 统计
  • 在城镇游玩的最好方式
    • Bicycle
    • Car
    • A friend with a car
    • Marguerite Shuttle
  • Best Ways to Get to the Airport
    • Drive north from campus on Route 101 and get off at the SFO exit. Or take Route 280 North, then follow Route 380 over to the airport. It takes 30 to 60 minutes, depending on traffic.
    • Take a shuttle and be picked up and dropped off right at the airport (costs $25).
    • Take Caltrain from Palo Alto to Millbrae ($5), then take the free shuttle in Millbrae to the airport. It takes about an hour if you time it correctly. Take a shuttle (South and East Bay Airport Shuttle is the cheapest) and be picked up and dropped off right at the airport. It takes about an hour and costs $30.
    • Take Caltrain from Palo Alto to Santa Clara ($5), then take the free shuttle to the airport. Takes about an hour if you time it correctly.
  • 你知道吗
    The Caltrain runs right next to campus. If you want to go to the city, you can take the train; it runs on the hour and is very cheap and convenient if you do not have access to a car.
Safety Escort Services
  • 5-SURE (Students United for Risk Elimination)
    (650) 725-7873
    Daily 9 p.m.-1:45 a.m.
  • Marguerite Shuttle

    This shuttle runs around the perimeter of the Stanford campus, and it also travels out to the shopping mall, the medical park, and other popular areas. Most lines run from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the week. Additional lines run 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. all week, and as late as 2:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. It is free to Stanford students and the general public.

    (650) 736-1619

    (650) 724-4309 (Lost and Found)

    Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-8 p.m.

    Saturday-Sunday 6 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

  • Santa Clara Valley Transport Authority (VTA)

    Buses serve the entire Silicon Valley area.

    (408) 321-2300

    (800) 894-9908

    (408) 321-2330 (TTY)

    3331 N. First St., San Jose

    www.vta.org

  • Caltrain

    Train services run along the peninsula from San Jose up to San Francisco.

    (650) 508-6200

    (650) 508-6448 (TTY)

    (510) 817-1717 (information from all other area codes)

    1250 San Carlos Ave., San Carlos

    www.caltrain.com

  • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

    Subways serving San Francisco, Berkeley, and the East Bay areas.

    (510) 464-7134 (comments and complaints)

    (650) 992-2278 (South San Francisco/San Bruno/San Mateo area phone)

    (510) 464-7090 (Lost & Found)

    www.bart.gov

  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

    SFO is located 22 miles north of Stanford.

    (650) 821-8211

    www.flysfo.com

  • Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

    SJC is located about 17 miles south of Stanford. Drive south from campus on Route 101 or 280, and take the exit for Route 87. Follow Route 87 to the airport. Takes 30 to 60 minutes, depending on traffic.

    1701 Airport Blvd., San Jose

    (408) 392-3600

    www.flysanjose.com

  • Greyhound

    San Jose is about 30 minutes from Stanford.

    70 S. Almaden Ave., San Jose

    (408) 295-4151

    www.greyhound.com

  • Amtrak

    The nearest station is located in Santa Clara at the Great America station, about 15 miles south of Stanford.

    5099 Stars and Stripes Dr., Santa Clara

    (800) 872-7245

    www.amtrak.com

学生投票

给下列交通打分 基于 39 个问卷回复

不适用
自由
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列交通的便利程度打分 基于 39 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列长途从家到学校的交通工具打分 基于 38 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 飞机
  • 长途汽车
  • 长途火车
  • 共乘

学校提供的交通工具的便利程度 基于 83 个问卷回复

  • 52% 非常易得,列数多且有很多停靠点
  • 33% 比较方便的,时间通常与上课时间对上
  • 10% 有点不好用,接的次数和停靠点不是很方便
  • 4% 很难使用,一点也不可靠也不便捷
  • 2% 没有

在学校里有自己的车是否是必要的 基于 82 个问卷回复

  • 5% 校园很大,所以学生需要依赖一辆汽车
  • 10% 公交总是不可靠,所以需要一辆车
  • 67% 学生通常步行或乘公交,但是汽车对于外出很棒
  • 13% 汽车毫无存在价值,你可以在步行距离内完成所有的事情
  • 5% 你不能有车

去周边城镇是否方便 基于 82 个问卷回复

  • 27% 很容易
  • 48% 相对容易
  • 23% 相对困难
  • 2% 很困难

环境 & 氛围

当地
事实 & 统计
  • 有趣的当地逸事
    1. Stanford's campus is a whopping 8,180 acres, only a third of which is heavily developed.
    2. Prior to becoming a university, Stanford's land was a stock farm used for breeding horses; hence Stanford's nickname, "The Farm."
    3. In addition to 25,000 trees, a lake, and 670 buildings, Stanford's campus is also home to its very own 49-megawatt power plant.
    4. Stanford contains a winding network of underground steam tunnels. Most of the openings have been sealed off, but it is a popular undergrad pastime to find the few unsealed manholes and explore the system illegally at night.
    5. Stanford's land contains SLAC, a two-mile, linear accelerator operated by Stanford for the U.S. Department of Energy.
  • 当地名人
    • Robert Frost - American poet
    • Sidney Howard - American playwright, screenwriter
    • Jerry Garcia - American musician, Grateful Dead
    • Allen Ginsberg - American poet
    • Teri Hatcher - Actress from "Desperate Housewives"
    • William Randolph Hearst - American newspaper magnate
    • Steve Jobs - Co-founder and CFO of Apple, Inc.
    • Ken Kesey - American author
    • Jack London - American author, "Call of the Wild"
    • George Lucas - "Star Wars" creator, producer, screenwriter
    • Alicia Silverstone - Actress known for "Clueless"
    • John Steinbeck - American writer; "The Grapes of Wrath," "East of Eden"
    • Jerry Yang - Co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo!
  • 当地俚语
    • Frisco: A shortened word for San Francisco; locals neither say, nor approve of this phrase
    • Hella: "Very" or "really," as in, "These pants are hella tight."
  • 名胜古迹
    • Arastradero Preserve
    • Cantor Arts Center
    • Castro Street
    • Digital DNA
    • Half Moon Bay
    • HP Garage
    • Matadero Creek
    • Palo Alto Art Center
    • Palo Alto City Hall
    • Santa Cruz boardwalk
  • 购物中心
    • Hillsdale Shopping Center
    • San Antonio Shopping Center
    • Stanford Shopping Center
    • Westfield Valley Fair Shopping Mall
  • 电影院
    CineArts @ Palo Alto Square
    3000 El Camino Real Bldg #6 at Page Mill Rd.
    Palo Alto
    (650) 493-0128
  • 主要体育队伍
    • Golden State Warriors: NBA
    • Oakland Athleticss: MLB
    • Oakland Raiders: NFL
    • San Francisco 49ers: NFL
    • San Francisco Giants: MLB
    • San Jose Earthquakes: Major League Soccer
    • San Jose Sharks: NHL
  • 距离主要城市的路程
    • Los Angeles: : 6 hours
    • San Francisco: : 1 hour
    • San Jose, Calif.: : 30 minutes
学生投票

根据以下话题给当地氛围打分 基于 70 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 生活成本
  • 食堂
  • 当地人对学生的友好程度
  • 博物馆的吸引程度
  • 夜生活
  • 停车
  • 娱乐
  • 职业运动
  • 安全
  • 景色
  • 购物
  • 交通

你们学校的当地氛围如何 基于 65 个问卷回复

  • 8% 城市生活很棒,这里经常有很多有趣的事情发生。
  • 20% 多样性的城镇,没有大城市,但是有足够多的与校园不相关的活动。
  • 25% 很有魅力的小镇。
  • 45% 在大城市附近,但是离开学校没啥好玩的。
  • 3% 挺偏僻的

与其他大学靠近吗?之间有交流吗? 基于 65 个问卷回复

  • 20% 这附近有很多经常交流的学校和学生
  • 52% 附近有学校,但是学生不交流
  • 28% 附近没啥学校

你觉得自己毕业之后会留下来吗? 基于 65 个问卷回复

  • 46% 完全会
  • 49% 如果我找到好工作就留下来
  • 5% 完全不可能
周边饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 24小时餐馆
    • Denny's
    • Happy Donuts
    • Jack in the Box
  • 最佳亚洲餐馆
    • Fresh Taste Golden Wok
    • Hunan Garden Chinese Restaurant
  • 最佳早餐
    Hobee's California Restaurants
  • Best Coffee
    Starbucks
  • Best Dessert
    • The Cheesecake Factory
    • Kara's Cupcakes
    • L'Amour Frozen Yogurt Café
    • Sprinkles Cupcakes
  • Best Healthy
    • Pluto's
    • Sprout Café
    • Trader Joe's
    • Whole Foods Market
  • Best Late-Night
    Jack in the Box
  • Best Mexican
    • Palo Alto Sol
    • Sancho's Taqueria
  • 最佳披萨
    • Patxi's Pizza
    • Pizza Chicago
    • Pizza My Heart
    • Spot A Pizza Place
  • 最佳翅膀
    • The Old Pro
    • Wingstop
  • Best Place to Take a Date
    • Buca di Beppo
    • Gordon Biersch Restaurant and Brewery
  • 和父母一起的最佳选择
    • The Cheesecake Factory
    • Darbar Indian Cuisine
    • Nola
  • 其他值得去的地方
    • Back A Yard Grill
    • Bistro Elan
    • Café Borrone
    • Caffé del Doge
    • California Pizza Kitchen
    • Chipotle Mexican Grill
    • Cold Stone Creamery
    • The Counter
    • Coupa Café
    • Crepevine
    • Don Giovanni Ristorante
    • Dutch Goose
    • Ewia Estiatorio
    • Fresh Choice
    • Garden Fresh Chinese Vegan Cuisine
    • Il Fornaio
    • In-N-Out Burger
    • Jing-Jing Szechwan Hunan
    • Joanie's Café
    • Joya Restaurant & Lounge
    • La Strada Italian Restaurant
    • Loving Hut
    • Maruichi Japanese Noodle House
    • McDonald's
    • Mediterranean Wraps
    • The Oasis Beer Garden
    • Oaxacan Kitchen
    • P.F. Chang's
    • Peet's Coffee & Tea
    • Philz Coffee
    • Pinkberry
    • Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits
    • Red Mango
    • Red Rock
    • Reposado
    • Satura Cakes
    • Siam Royal Authentic Thai
    • Slider Bar Café
    • So Gong Dong Tofu House
    • Stacks
    • Sundance Steakhouse
    • Sushi Tomo
    • Taco Bell
    • Tandoori Oven
    • Taqueria El Grullense
    • Taqueria Tres Hermanos
    • Thaiphoon Restaurant
    • University Coffee Café
    • Village Cheese House
    • Zao Noodle Bar
  • Did You Know?
    Every Stanford student receives a book full of coupons at the beginning of each year that has specials and discounts for many off-campus restaurants. The book also features discounts for boutiques, spas/nail salons, and convenience stores, for all of your college wants and needs.
Grocery Stores
  • JJ & F Food Store
    520 College Ave.
    (650) 857-0901
    Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Safeway
    325 S. Sharon Park Dr., Menlo Park
    (650) 854-3056
    www.safeway.com
    Daily 24 hours
  • Trader Joe's
    855 El Camino Real, Palo Alto
    (650) 327-7018
    www.traderjoes.com
    Daily 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Whole Foods Market
    774 Emerson St., Palo Alto
    (650) 326-8676
    www.wholefoodsmarket.com
    Daily 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
  • Bella Luna
    Food: Italian
    233 University Ave.
    (650) 322-1846
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Massive portions, family-style dining
  • Buca di Beppo
    Food: Italian
    643 Emerson St., Palo Alto
    (650) 329-0665
    www.bucadibeppo.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • 起司蛋糕工厂
    Food: American
    375 University Ave., Palo Alto
    (650) 473-9622
    www.thecheesecakefactory.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • Darbar Indian Cuisine
    Food: Indian/Pakistani
    129 Lytton Ave.
    (650) 321-6688
    www.darbarcuisine.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Lunch buffets for $7
  • Denny's
    Food: American
    1201 Broadway, Redwood City
    (415) 364-4545
    www.dennys.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Open 24 hours
  • The Fish Market
    Food: Seafood
    3150 El Camino Real
    (650) 493-8862
    www.thefishmarket.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Amazing sourdough bread, fresh fish
  • Frankie Johnnie & Luigi Too
    Food: Italian
    939 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View
    (650) 967-5384
    fjlmountainview.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Coupons and student discounts
  • Fresh Taste Golden Wok
    Food: Asian
    2111 El Camino Real
    (650) 324-8749
    www.freshtastegoldenwok.com
    Price: $2-$7
    Cool Features: Student specials
  • Gelato Classico
    Food: Italian ice cream
    435 Emerson St.
    (650) 327-1317
    Price: $1-$5
    Cool Features: Unique flavors, like pumpkin and pear
  • Gordon Biersch Restaurant and Brewery
    Food: American
    640 Emerson St.
    (650) 323-7723
    www.gordonbiersch.com
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Also features a brewery!
  • Happy Donuts
    Food: Donuts, pastries
    3916 El Camino Real
    (650) 843-0658
    happydonutspaloalto.tripod.com/
    Price: Cool Features: Donuts are made fresh overnight.
  • Hobee's California Restaurants
    Food: California breakfast
    4224 El Camino Real
    (650) 856-6124
    www.hobees.com/paloalto.html
    Price: $2-$7
  • Hunan Garden Chinese Restaurant
    Food: Chinese
    3345 El Camino Real
    (650) 565-8868
    Price: $5-$10
  • Jack in the Box
    Food: Fast food
    2280 El Camino Real, Palo Alto
    (650) 856-0350
    www.jackinthebox.com
    Price: $3-$8
    Cool Features: Open 24 hours
  • Janta Indian Cuisine
    Food: Indian
    369 Lytton Ave.
    (650) 462-5903
    www.jantaindianrestaurant.com/
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Many special meals for two
  • Kara's Cupcakes
    Food: Cupcakes
    855 El Camino Real, Suite 50
    (650) 326-2253
    www.karascupcakes.com
    Price: $10
  • Krung Siam Thai Cuisine
    Food: Thai
    423 University Ave.
    (650) 322-5900
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Pineapple fried rice
  • La Fondue
    Food: Varied fondue dishes
    14550 Big Basin Way, Saratoga
    (408) 867-3332
    www.lafondue.com
    Price: $20-$60
    Cool Features: Alligator, ostritch, boar
  • L'Amour Frozen Yogurt Café
    Food: Frozen yogurt
    276 University Ave.
    (650) 853-1328
    Price: $10
  • Mango Café
    Food: Jamaican
    435 Hamilton Ave.
    (650) 324-9443
    mangocaribbean.com/
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Goat, jerk chicken
  • Max's Opera Café
    Food: Deli
    711 Stanford Shopping Center
    (650) 323-6297
    www.maxsworld.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Great sandwiches, `50s atmosphere
  • Minokichi Restaurant
    Food: Japanese
    150 University Ave.
    (650) 324-9536
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: All-you-can-eat sushi
  • Miyake
    Food: Sushi
    140 University Ave.
    (650) 323-9449
    www.gardencourt.com
    Price: $10-$25
    Cool Features: Techno music, strobe lights (at night only)
  • Nola
    Food: New Orleans-flavored food
    535 Ramona St.
    (650) 328-2722
    www.nolas.com
    Price: $20
  • The Old Pro
    Food: American
    541 Ramona St.
    (650) 326-1446
    www.oldpropa.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • Osteria
    Food: Italian
    247 Hamilton Ave.
    (650) 328-5700
    Price: $10-$25
    Cool Features: Excellent, authentic Tuscan cuisine
  • Palo Alto Sol Cocina Mexicana
    Food: Mexican
    408 S. California Ave., Palo Alto
    (650) 328-8840
    www.paloaltosol.biz
    Price: $10-$20
  • Pasta
    Food: Italian
    326 University Ave.
    (650) 328-4585
    pastaq.com
    Price: $2-$8
  • Patxi's Chicago Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    441 Emerson St.
    (650) 473-9999
    patxispizza.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • Peninsula Fountain & Grill (The Creamery)
    Food: American diner
    566 Emerson St.
    (650) 323-3131
    paloaltocreamery.com/
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Great milkshakes (though pricey at $4.95) and grilled cheese sandwiches
  • Pizza Chicago
    Food: Deep-dish pizza, pasta
    4115 El Camino Real
    (650) 424-9400
    www.pizzachicago.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: There are Chicago-related names for a lot of the food offerings.
  • Pizza My Heart
    Food: Pizza
    220 University Ave.
    (650) 327-9400
    pizzamyheart.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • Pluto's
    Food: Salads, sandwiches
    482 University Ave.
    (650) 853-1556
    www.plutosfreshfood.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Yuppie dining at its best
  • Sancho's Taqueria
    Food: Mexican
    491 Lytton Ave., Palo Alto
    (650) 322-8226
    www.sanchostaqueria.com
    Price: $5-$15
  • Spot A Pizza Place
    Food: Pizza
    115 Hamilton Ave.
    (650) 324-3131
    www.spotpizza.com
    Price: $10-$20
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes
    Food: Cupcakes
    393 Stanford Shopping Center
    (650) 323-9300
    www.sprinkles.com
    Price: $10
  • Sprout Café
    Food: Healthy
    168 University Ave.
    (650) 323-7688
    cafesprout.com/
    Price: $10-$15
  • Starbucks
    Food: Coffee, tea
    79 Stanford Mall, Palo Alto
    (650) 330-0754
    www.starbucks.com
    Price: $3-$8
  • Wing Stop
    Food: Wings
    1135 Industrial Road, San Carlos
    (650) 592-9464
    www.wingstop.com
    Price: $5-$15
学生投票

按照下列主题给校外餐厅打分 基于 95 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 价格
  • 便利
  • 健康有机的选择
  • 深夜选择
  • 品质
  • 学生折扣
  • 选择的种类
  • 素食主义者

你如何给校外餐厅的多样性打分 基于 115 个问卷回复

  • 65% 当地特色很多样性
  • 28% 足够多的种类,不至于腻味
  • 4% 只要连锁餐厅和快餐
  • 3% 少数食物的无尽重复
周边住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 住在校外的学生
    9%
  • Freshmen Living Off Campus
    0%
  • 租房的最佳时间
    Spring! Look for housing at this time because many people are moving out. You will have more options.
  • 流行的地区
    • Mountain View
    • Portola Valley
    • Redwood City
    • San Francisco/Bay Area
    • Town & Country Village
  • 平均租金
    • Studio: $1,000
    • 1 BR: $1,200
    • 2 BR: $1,600
    • 3 BR: $3,000
  • Did You Know?
    If you are married and/or have children, the University provides housing options for you, as well, including multiple-room apartments and condos for families.
学生投票

按照下列主题来给校外住宿打分 基于 77 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 可得性
  • 成本
  • 获得的便利程度
  • 房东
  • 停车
  • 到学校的距离
  • 到公共交通的距离
  • 购物的距离
  • 质量
  • 安全
  • 多样性

校外附近住宿如何,值得吗? 基于 81 个问卷回复

  • 2% 完全值得,很容易就找到地方了,而且价格也是合理的。
  • 7% 价格和可得性不是很好,但是附加的自由还是很值得的。
  • 33% 高价或限制性的选择让很多学生住校。
  • 57% 不值得那么费事还有花费的代价,每个人都住在学校。

学校帮学生在校外找住宿是否有帮助? 基于 80 个问卷回复

  • 9% 非常有帮助。
  • 35% 有一些帮助。
  • 54% 不是很有帮助。
  • 2% 学校不允许学生住校外。
聚会场合
事实 & 统计
  • 主要有夜生活的地方
    • Castro Street in San Francisco
    • Downtown Palo Alto
    • The Haight in San Francisco
    • The Mission in San Francisco
    • SOMA in San Francisco
  • 其他检查的地方
    • B412
    • British Bankers Club
    • Club Illusions
    • Fanny & Alexander Restaurant
    • Island Grill
    • Joya Restaurant & Lounge
    • The Old Pro
    • Rose & Crown English Pub & Restaurant
    • The Rose and Crown English Pub & Restaurant
  • Local Specialties
    Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.: Sierra Nevada beer is brewed in Chico, Calif.
  • 最喜欢的喝酒游戏
    • Beer pong
    • Card games
    • Century club
    • Power hour
    • Quarters
  • 夜生活的主要资源
    unofficial.stanford.edu
  • 关门时间
    2 a.m.
  • 喝酒最便宜的地方
    Any major happy hour in Palo Alto
  • 组织聚会
    Frats and sororities throw a lot of parties on the weekends.
  • Did You Know?
    Every Thursday night is "Senior Night" at Stanford. The senior class picks an off-campus location and hosts a party for seniors only. Some weeks, these nights are at casual bars, while other weeks, seniors dress up and wine and dine at five-star restaurants in the city. The senior class also organizes and subsidizes bus rides to get to and from the event.
Club Listings
  • The Edge

    The Edge features hip-hop and house music and occasional live bands, which have included acts such as Alien Ant Farm. It's 21-and-over, except on Tuesdays.

    260 S. California Ave.

    Palo Alto

    (650) 321-6464

    theedge.club.net/info.html

  • Yoshi's Oakland

    Yoshi's features world-class, live jazz performances. Come early and eat some sushi at the adjoining Japanese restaurant.

    510 Embarcadero West

    Jack London Square, Oakland

    (510) 238-9200

    www.yoshis.com/oakland

  • 1015 Folsom

    A very popular nightclub with multiple levels and rooms, 1015 features celebrity DJs and is right in the middle of the SOMA (South of Market) club scene.

    1015 Folsom St.

    San Francisco

    (415) 431-1200

    www.1015.com

  • DNA Lounge

    One of SF's more colorful night scenes, DNA Lounge features electronic music, wild lights and visual displays, and fluorescent-costumed dancers.

    375 Eleventh St.

    San Francisco

    (415) 626-1409

    www.dnalounge.com

  • The Oasis Beer Garden

    The Oasis has cheap pitchers and features great food, like hamburgers and pizza.

    241 El Camino Real

    Menlo Park

    (650) 326-8896

    theoasisbeergarden.com/

  • Rudy's Pub

    The sign above the door reads, "Cheap food, warm beer, lousy service."

    117 University Ave.

    Palo Alto

    (650) 329-0922

  • Nola

    Nola serves South American and Pacific Rim-style food in addition to its bar area.

    535 Ramona St.

    Palo Alto

    (650) 328-2722

    www.nolas.com

  • Antonio's Nut House

    The Nut House is dark and somewhat dirty, with peanut shells all over the floor. It has pool and a jukebox, and serves decent Mexican food.

    321 California Ave.

    Palo Alto

    (650) 321-2550

    www.antoniosnuthouse.com

  • The Dutch Goose

    Another dimly-lit bar with the names of Stanford students carved into every table. Try the deviled eggs.

    3567 Alameda de las Pulgas

    Menlo Park

    (650) 854-3245

    www.dutchgoose.net/Dutch_Goose/Home.html

学生投票

按照下列主题给校外的酒吧打分 基于 74 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 去很方便
  • 费用不高
  • 到学校的距离
  • 喝酒的价格
  • 有趣
  • 选择的多样性

每年最大的聚会是什么? 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 46% Exotic Erotic, plus all of Spring Quarter
  • 38% All of Spring quarter
  • 4% Party at Parker Sedwick's House
  • 4% LINNER
  • 4% Las Vegas MBA invasion
  • 4% Frost/BaytoBreakers weekend

学校里的party是怎样的 基于 75 个问卷回复

  • 5% 每天都有不眠之夜的聚会
  • 37% 从周三到周六有很多选择
  • 48% 只有周末在一些比较正式的家庭聚会
  • 8% 好的聚会很少且遥远
  • 1% 聚会,那是什么
气候 & 天气
事实 & 统计
  • 平均温度
    Spring - High: 69 °F
    Spring - Low: 48 °F
    Summer - High: 78 °F
    Summer - Low: 56 °F
    Fall - High: 72 °F
    Fall - Low: 50 °F
    Winter - High: 59 °F
    Winter - Low: 41 °F
  • 平均降水
    Spring: 1.30 in./month
    Summer: 0.07 in./month
    Fall: 0.96 in./month
    Winter: 2.91 in./month
  • What to Pack
    • Flip-flops
    • Gloves (for those winter nights)
    • Jacket
    • Rain boots
    • Shorts
    • Swim suits
    • Umbrella
  • Did You Know?
    During winter quarter (January through March), it is rainy season, and therefore, campus can get very wet. Make sure to buy an umbrella and rain boots in order to get to class dry.
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