Co-ops and Self-ops
Residents of co-ops and self-ops share the responsibilities of daily living within their communities. This may include cooking meals, cleaning, or other activities agreed upon by the co-op's members.
Each theme house has educational and social activities related to its theme, including in-house classes, film and lecture series, group discussions, drama productions, music recitals, and readings by noted authors. Themes fall into four categories; language and culture, ethnic, academic and special programs.
Most students on campus live in housing that is not themed, Greek, or a co-op. Traditional residences vary by room type, availability to particular classes, and other factors.
Fraternity and Sorority Houses (FSL)
Stanford University is home to several nationally known greek organizations. While the university is host to both housed and unhoused organzations, all play a vital role in student life on campus and within the surrounding community.